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Son of Samurai

Congratulations to Our March 2018 Kendo Master!

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Son of Samurai

Our March 2018 Kendo Master is (drum roll, please) . . . @Lighthouse!

Wow, what a strong showing from him! With 524 points, not only is he far and away the winner, but he even blew right past the Samurai's point total for this month (not an easy task!). Great work, Lighthouse, and thanks for sharing your knowledge with us! We'll be slipping you a crisp hundred under the table shortly.

Remember: any tech member of the site can become a Kendo Master. Every time you post a reply to a forum topic, you earn points. As the new month begins, it may look like some people already have a lead, but that's just because that leaderboard is looking back at all the points earned over the last 30 days. By the time the end of the month rolls around, all that matters is how many points you earned during the month, so everyone is on the same footing. Whoever earns the most point each month wins an Amazon gift card for $100!

Here we go into April -- you could be the next Kendo Master!

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Congrats, Brother @Lighthouse! And thanks for helping so many of the Brethren. :cheers:

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Lighthouse

Thanks,

Try to help when I can. It helps me improve my knowledge when I do.

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man
28 minutes ago, Lighthouse said:

Thanks,

Try to help when I can. It helps me improve my knowledge when I do.

Yep- helping other techs is a great way to sharpen our own skills. 

I’ll PM your $100 Amazon gift certificate to you later today. 

Kanpai! :samurai:

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16345Ed

Hooray!!!!

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AccApp

Congratulations, a true beacon to us all.

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Lighthouse

Nice pun, I try to be

Thanks

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john63

Helping a lot of skippers navigate the dense fog of the appliance trade...

Congrats, bud:)

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Lighthouse

My first licensed job in the marine world was as Captain. Got bored with that after a few years since I had to just sit in a seat and drive most of the time. Engineering was more my speed so I switched my career to the mechanical side and worked my way up to Chief Engineer of the ship. We had a saying "The engineer runs the ship, he just lets the captain drive it"

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