Andrew's suggestion to post articles

Andrew's suggestion to post articles

Post by Aram H. Haroutuni » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00



I think Andrew has made a fine suggestion.  I, for one would love to
see Roxanne's treatise on EAC vs ANA grding standards here.  I tend to
think that youthful overexuberance and a signifyin' monkey combined to
create the tempest in a teapot.  I got the pieces from Roxanne, but
somehow missed the basal state thru about good grades.  I am not aware
of anything in the club that gives one person the authority to bar
anyone from joining.  What is prohibited is flaming someone there.
So, I suggest that  Andrew join simply by joining and reserve the rcc
for heated discussions.  They can, at times, be fun, IMHO.
Aram(Bustpoet).

 
 
 

Andrew's suggestion to post articles

Post by Al O'Bri » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00




Quote:
>I think Andrew has made a fine suggestion.  I, for one would love to
>see Roxanne's treatise on EAC vs ANA grding standards here.  I tend to
>think that youthful overexuberance and a signifyin' monkey combined to
>create the tempest in a teapot.  I got the pieces from Roxanne, but
>somehow missed the basal state thru about good grades.  I am not aware
>of anything in the club that gives one person the authority to bar
>anyone from joining.  What is prohibited is flaming someone there.
>So, I suggest that  Andrew join simply by joining and reserve the rcc
>for heated discussions.  They can, at times, be fun, IMHO.
>Aram(Bustpoet).

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Hi Aram,
        I know I had fun with the thread on grading standards.  It was a good
chance to explore the 'other' posibilities the grading services leave out for
us...the common collector/small dealer.  Bad flames, in my opion, are not
wanted.  After reading a few threads on CoinMasters vs r.c.c, I quit reading
that thread and have deleted every one except this one....because it was written
by you.
        I must also say, I like it when those collectors that get into a heated
coversation (and get a little angry) but they show professionalism, like you
have done and rationally explain their differences.  I do not believe anyone is
ignorant (those that ask the questions), but I do believe there are alot of
ignorant people (those who think every knows about this wonderful hobbie and
flames the heck out of the person with the question).

        Here is a good question for the YN's out there.   Which coins did the U.S.
mints make in 1922?  Which mints produced U.S. coins for that year?

        I know that was 2 questions, but it never hurts to learn something else.
Please let the ones who do not know answer these questions.

        Ya'll have fun
Al O'Brien