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Anyone got a digital photo of lrmoore or stevenlewis, jeff, geoff or any of the other experts here? mike, joe or the banned Otta? Or even the one that will not give his name?

I know it's blowing your own trumpet to submit your pic to info@experts-exchange.com and network engineers generally sit in the background and make things work instead of shouting about it but I'd really like to see what the rest of you look like. EE needs you...

Will increase points if I see one of you in the frame.  
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by:stevenlewis
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Andy, here are some older ones of me
http://www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Marina/6359/pics2.html
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I know it's blowing your own trumpet to submit your pic to info@experts-exchange.com and network engineers
generally sit in the background and make things work instead of shouting about it
That and I really don't want to become fodder for the lounge lizards LOL
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by:andyalder
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I see what you mean, we're really ripping dbalanski to bits in the current EOTW thread, he only has 150,000 points after all...

Same with yourself, you're not a pretender to the throne with one or two questions answered and I'm dammed sure you can stand up for yourself against the odd insult from a no point lizard in the lounge.

Anyway, I've submitted one of your pics to EE pretending it's me. wonder if they notice the difference?
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LOL, they will probably reject the pic as not appropriate for general audiences
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by:andyalder
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Steve, did you get an email notif for http://www.experts-exchange.com/Miscellaneous/Lounge/Q_20350589.html ?

I apologise for using your user ID for the test but this was the only open question I had to get the ID from for the test. I will of course delete your ID from my notepad.
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Yes I did, how did you do that? I didn't comment in that Q
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<Edited> - WesLennon  

Admin are now aware of the problem but weren't aware when I did the test yesterday. Sorry to confuse.

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Hi Andy, sorry to do that.  We have put in the fix where you can no longer answer your own question. And this bug is being fixed today, as Ken and I did a test on it yesterday noon.

Thanks,
Wes Lennon
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weslennon@experts-exchange.com
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