I've been off futures.io (formerly BMT) since yesterday 'cos I had some power supply challenges, and I've just resolved it. My first interaction on futures.io (formerly BMT) when I came back, has been with Andy on PM; I never read any other backlog of threads/posts except the "GOMVolumeLadder Additions ..." and on which Andy is a major contributor; I needed to post a reply to his last post on this thread; I never knew he was even in the hospital until a few private messaging we were having; and he later mentioned that he is in the hospital; and I sent him a "GET WELL" message. Andy is strong !!! Once again, GET WELL.
The following user says Thank You to lolu for this post:
Andy, I dont know you, but I read your threads and your strength is inspirational.
You have a lot of friends here that miss you, so you owe them another round of threads.
My prayers are with you brother.
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