>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.
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
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