What about 'Harold'?

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I've been pondering this for a while now. Should we keep Harold going in the Labs thread? We all know 'Harold' was Stuie's 'invention', but I kinda feel like I've inherited him and he should be a part of the Labs as long as the Labs exist. I also feel that keeping Harold in the Labs would be continuing tribute to Stuie. Now, I'd like to know what y'all think.:)

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Yes keep Harold, he is as

Yes keep Harold, he is as much as a part of the labs as we all are !!! Stuie would have wanted us to go on with all the silly nonsense of the labs & all that goes with it !!

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I agree

Good thought sheepster

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What's with

this silly nonsense. I read the 'History of labs' right through, then 'Winter Labs right through and came to the conclusion that these sensible sane people are my sort of folk and joined the Winter Lab where I was made very welcome, no mention of being an odden.
Harold is welcome to come with us on our trip to Canada. If it gets a bit crowded he can sit on top.
Sussexman

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Cool beans.

I reckon it's settled then. Long live Harold and the sBGt Labs!:)

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"Harold"

I agree. Keep Harold. Stu would have wanted it that way and it would keep him alive in the labs. I know that I was not part of the labs when it first began, but this would be super to keep it going. Thanks for doing that. :) Emily(Missy)

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