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Thank you! This works perfectly on Newest Nodes, Recent Threads and Worst Nodes for all his posts! but I still see his threads on both Recent Threads and Worst Nodes (which he's dominated for over a week now).

However Not having any of those threads or replies on newest nodes, recent threads or worst nodes is definitely worth a beer or two. So if we're ever in each other's area - I'm buying :-)

  • UPDATE: Looks like I misspoke in my excitement. This works solely with his posts but not replies to his posts from other monks. My offer, however, remains the same ;-)
  • UPDATE (2011 July 30th, Wednesday 9:37AM): WOOOOO-HOOOOOOO!!!! It all works perfectly now! ++MidLifeXis

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