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Happy Anniversary To Hadit.com 14 Years Today


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Happy Anniversary everyone. Some of you have been with me for almost all 14 years and I thank you. I am humbled and honored that you for 14 years you, you have found hadit.com helpful to you and that so many, many of you stick with us to help our brother and sister veterans.

I salute you all.

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Happy Anniversary everyone. Some of you have been with me for almost all 14 years and I thank you. I am humbled and honored that you for 14 years you, you have found hadit.com helpful to you and that so many, many of you stick with us to help our brother and sister veterans.

I salute you all.

Happy anniversary Tbird

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And I salute YOU!!!!!!!

Tbird -what an accomplishment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THANK YOU!!!!

Lets all hope for many years more of hadit.

In a perfect world vets would not need the info they get here because the VA would not make the claims process so arbitrary and difficult.

But I think things at VA will get worse not better so I look forward to the next 14 years with hadit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Isn't it amazing that the percentage of people who actually have a great Idea and do not act on it. It is like 95 percent but no one really knows. Your Idea to start Hadit.com was a trememdous feat and what you and Hadit has acomplished in 14 years is amazing.

Hadit has envisioned so many people as it gave them the knowledge and strength to endure a battle of epic porportions. It was not an easy task to do but I as a person would be under the bus if it had not been for this wonderful site so full of information.

It is pretty cool to go from being under the bus to driving it.

Happy 14th anniversary Lady T. Thanks for renewing my purpose and scraping me off of the floor.

JBasser

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Well, here it is another year that Hadit has continued to survive and grow and support

VA claimants with all their issues.

Happy Anniversary my dear, sweet Tbird.

I have a huge announcement to make.

Today Jan 20,2011, to the exact date of Hadit.com's Anniversary,

the VA has made a payment to me for retroactive compensation

of over 50 K - yes that's over $50,000.00.

See all those wonderful zero's !

I am still in shock and disbelief - this is surreal.

Some of this retroactive compensation goes back to 1999 - 12 years back.

I still have some issues that are on remand.

I sure would like to thank the many Hadit members that have provided me help along my path.

Tbird - you my dear - are a little angel to all of us.

Thank you for the thousands of hours, fighting and working to help improve the lives of all veterans

that are lucky enough to enter your world of - Hadit.com

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Isn't it amazing that the percentage of people who actually have a great Idea and do not act on it. It is like 95 percent but no one really knows. Your Idea to start Hadit.com was a trememdous feat and what you and Hadit has acomplished in 14 years is amazing.

Hadit has envisioned so many people as it gave them the knowledge and strength to endure a battle of epic porportions. It was not an easy task to do but I as a person would be under the bus if it had not been for this wonderful site so full of information.

It is pretty cool to go from being under the bus to driving it.

Happy 14th anniversary Lady T. Thanks for renewing my purpose and scraping me off of the floor.

JBasser

Well said Basser.......then again I think there are many many Bass that have met their demise due to the work of Lady T.

Congrats to Lady T and Hadit for 14 years of unrelenting hard work.

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