03-03-2015 12:16 PM
Congratulations to @FriedEgg for achieving master level status in the community today.
You make a difference in the community. Your input and knowledge is very valuable. Thank you!
And thank you to all the other great new and long-time community members. You are what make Communities on SAS a valuable place.
I'm sure I have missed congratulations along the way - The community team recognizes your value every day.
03-08-2015 03:03 PM
Bless us with some of your brilliance and part of your brains, so that our jealousy will come down. :smileylaugh:Hmm, One life is prolly never enough to accomplish what you have Sir. Master Kastin. Thank you for all the help and personally for "Request for Efficient look up Solution" question of mine. I will never ever forget that as your priceless help came in at a time when I needed the most. Congratulations!
Thanks SAS Community Admin for recognizing such unique talent!
03-09-2015 10:25 PM
Your comments are too kind. I'm sure with time you can prove yourself to be a master of the language of SAS and it's many components. Participating here continues to still teach me as well.
03-08-2015 06:32 PM
03-08-2015 11:16 PM
Congratulations and very well deserved. You've responded directly to many of my questions. Also, I've gained a lot of knowledge by reading your responses to other users (the proc groovy headaches marathon thread is a perfect example). Thanks again for all your contributions.
PS. My son who's 9 wants to know how many eggs you eat per day? Evidently, he's concerned about your cholesterol levels.
03-09-2015 10:20 PM
This gave me a good laugh. You can tell your son not to worry, my cholesterol levels are good. I eat 1 or 2 most days for breakfast and usually make one for my son, who is 6, but prefers his egg as an omelet, usually.