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Friday, March 20, 2009

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Tonys conga adventures - Comments and Suggestions


Hey all,

Hope you are well,

Many have emailed in support of this blog and many have said they enjoy reading it, and find it entertaining. People from around the world check in, about 100 a day.

Thanks for the kind words, and the letters of support. I'll do my best to keep it rolling.

I would like to take it to the next step, and some time soon i'll be changing the format, so we can exchange ideas, information, comments, suggestions, etc. A more interactive format in general.

If any of you have suggestions about how you would like to experience this blog, or have ideas of how it should be developed, Im all ears.

Thanks to Toby Gaster for kicking me in the ars to step this up.

Tony

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3 comments:

  1. Tony it's nice to see that you are back, I would visit your blog periodically but could tell that there had been no recent activity to be honest with you I was afraid that maybe you had decided not to continue it any longer so I was blessed when I noticed the updates. I want to let you know that I have always enjoyed your blog as it is filled with great information. I know that maintaining a blog can be very time consuming so I would like to thank you for all of your efforts and I truly believe that I speak for many. Ok my Conga brother be blessed and !Que vivan los Tambores!

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  2. Wow Juan,

    That was really nice to hear, thank you very much. Sometimes it feels like this all goes out into space, never to be seen again.

    Thanks for the support. We are a brotherhood, and i feel the love!

    T

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Tony