So, as many of you know, today (*sniff* *sniff*) is my last day at HubPages, which made me do a double-take at this license plate that I saw on my way into work:
Is this some kind of freaky, HubPages coincidence?
I thought I should share to get all of your thoughts on this interesting and very timely occurrence.
You will be missed, Ryan. Good luck with your new job!
The plate is too ironic, a true hubincidence.
All the best. Lots of changes for you in 2009, huh?
It's saying bust out another Hub, and make it an even 50 before you leave. Either that or get a cool personalized HubPages license plate. How about USE2HUB.
We’ll all be sorry to see you go. Best wishes in your new job.
Will you continue to be part of the hubpages community?
A sad day..... but you can be a part time writer once more.
In fact, its about time you did a 30 in 30 isn't it?
Now that is too cool!!!! We will miss you Ryan but please stop by and say hi!!!!
We will miss you hup!
By the way, I believe these sort of coincidences occur often when major changes happen in our lives.
Best of luck in all of your future endeavors, Ryan. Say goodbye to the Missus for us too. And come back and visit often.
we sure will miss you, best to you and your honey.
You will miss Hubpages
Take care...and all the best!
Keep in touch Ryan! You're always welcome back!
You will be missed!!!
Wait a minute...Maybe now you can let loose and hang with us
Good luck Ryan, and no good byes as you know where to find us! See you around soon!!! (Bizarre hubincidence!)
Good Luck Ryan and thanks for helping to make this such a great group!
Hubnomenal good luck to you and yours, Ryan. Remember there's really no such thing as hubincidence - and the plate on the Hupmobile should be 4EVRHUB
Hope you visit us often Ryan, (and good luck in the new job)
Sorry to see you go Ryan. I did not visit the forums much, but the few times I did, I enjoyed reading your posts. I wish you all the best. I hope you will continue to write hubs, and stop by the forums as usual.
Sorry to see you go, you were one of the very best and you will be missed, so much awesomeness will be leaving with you!
You will be missed.
Best wishes in your new Job.
Visit us sometime.
Does this mean you will stop also writing hubs? We will miss you.
HubPages is just a part of you Hup... and also taking over the world!
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