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Dave George
Retried in April 2018 after 40 years as sports columnist at Palm Beach Post. No time to type more. Early-bird dinner hour starts soon.
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Dave George May 23
Sorry I missed your farewell cake ceremony, Mateo, but was out of town. Congrats on landing your dream job. It's been fun watching you grow in the biz. Folks at PB Post will miss your numbers and we'll all miss your creativity. I'll be watching for you on the interwebs.
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Dave George May 13
Returned from trip to find a terrific retirement gift from . I'm gone but they keep on giving. So grateful.
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Dave George Apr 29
Hey, Mike, you travel more than anybody so I'm especially glad to hear that you have your own one-in-a-million. Couldn't do it without them.
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Dave George Apr 28
Also deep thanks to communications staff for sending a beautiful jewelry gift to my wife on the occasion of my retirement. In any long career that involves heavy travel it's the spouse who is the real hero for keeping it all running smoothly at home. Classy move, Fins.
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Dave George Apr 28
That ball is not deflated. Just my poor Twitter skills getting in the way of a sincere thanks to for a sweet retirement gift.
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Dave George Apr 22
Thanks, boss, for the constant encouragement and support. Your staff is top notch. Keep that family together and all will be well.
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Dave George Apr 22
Thanks, Darin. Glad to hear you're still in the biz. Tampa is a great sports town. Plenty to keep you busy.
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Dave George Apr 22
Wow, I used to think I was a big deal because Taye Daggs follows me on Twitter and now this, a really smart math and physics wizard who does the really nice thing of showing how to find all 20 of those columns in one easy click. Many thanks, New Leibniz.
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Dave George Apr 22
I'm betting you read that thing on the Post's website, Jonathan. Plenty of great content to come right there, from some hard-working and talented friends of mine. And thanks for looking for me there even when it took a little searching.
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Dave George Apr 22
To Mamachelle and Team Moms everywhere I say thank you for bringing all those juice boxes and orange slices to practice for the boys. I don't know for certain if that description fits you, but it sure feels like it. And thanks for the overly kind words.
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Dave George Apr 22
Way to go, Joe. You've made me smile on a rainy day.
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Dave George Apr 22
Thanks, Jess. Seems like you're pretty good at spreading the good vibes yourself. Can't ever have too much of that.
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Dave George Apr 22
Thanks, Steve, for taking the time to write such a nice note, and I especially liked the little photos you chose of a golfer and a palm tree. Thinking you might be onto something there, since I'm usually the golfer whose ball smacks the palm tree dead on.
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Dave George Apr 21
Thanks, Jim. I'm one of the few people who knows how old you actually are and how long you've been at the paper, because you sure don't look it.
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Dave George Apr 20
Thanks, Ronen, and I'm glad we're not talking about buried treasure. Not just yet.
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Dave George Apr 20
Appreciate that, Phil. Anything good that's ever happened to me in this biz has been in concert with the good people at the Post, and you were one of them.
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Dave George Apr 20
Keep up the good work, DolphinsTalk staff. And thanks for the nice comments.
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Dave George Apr 20
You've always been a faithful follower, Nathan, and I appreciate you sticking with me. Dave
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Dave George Apr 20
I get your point, Clark. And if you ever decide to tell Udonis about this, please give me a 48-hour notice so I can get out of the country.
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Dave George Apr 20
Thanks, Greg, and God bless the East Boynton Boys all over again for giving you the chance to shine. Readers all over the nation have benefited from the Greg A. Bedard career arc. If you can make Little League baseball sing, you can do anything, and both have been true for you.
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