>years since you launched a rocket or participated. Im glad you are >at
>participating in rocketry on-line whether it is constructive or not.
>I talked to Alex the other day and he said I should ry and encourage >you
>come out and play!
You are toooooo cute. Trying to slam a Tripoli critic with the false
predicate accusation that the critic doesnt fly , leading to the false
(and not logically following) conclusion that the criticism cant be
valid. So predictable. So sad. So wrong. As usual, your purported
factual recitals are wrong. Looks like youve been talking to
Obergruppenfuhrer Sonny Thompson. Thats his usual tactic So & So doesnt
fly, so you cant listen to him.
If its any of your business, Ive flown a lot in recent years. I just
choose to fly at locations where knaves like you are not present. Also, real
groups, unlike you, fly monthly or more often. Sort of like the Seattle
group. But since your ignorance and arrogance -- along with one other
fool -- lost us the site in Aloha, we cant do that. Now that was a real
constructive thing you did for rocketry, helping lose us the weekend local
Unlike you, I do prefer to do and actually do constructive things with
rocketry. Its kind of why I taught your sister to fly high power, and
walked her through her first staged high power filght.
Speaking of doing constructive things for rocketry, have you ever given OREO
an accounting of the $ 900 in launch fees you collected that evaporated?
That is why Dave Connet posted here a month or so ago about setting up a
true non profit corp and about non profit accounting issues, wasnt it? As
of Thursday night last weekApril 8, 1999, folks are still wondering where
the club money is. Is it constructive for rocketry for you to walk off with
the local rocket clubs funds?
Speaking of doing constructive thimgs for rocketry, I heard from a guy
looking for you. Name of Dave RushingDr. Rocketwanted to find you to talk
about a bill. Something about casings shipped to your company but not
paid for.....you know anything about that? Is it constructive for rocketry
for you to stiff suppliers and distributors?
Heard from a few other folks looking for you, too. Something about
product ordered and paid for in advance and they were still waiting for
delivery... you know anything about that? Is it constructive for rocketry
for you to stiff customers?
Also heard about a 29 mm motor you decided was yours and you confiscated
from someone elses rocket....you know anything about that? Is it
constructive for rocketry for you to try to steal other hobbyistsequipment?
Also heard about you needing product to fill orders, but you had none, so
you borrowed stuff from folks on the promise that youd replace it as
soon as the order comes in. The folks who hepled you out waited more than
a year for replacements. Someyhing about no product shipped to you ....
payment issues or something....you know anything about that? Is it
constructive for rocketry for you to borrow and not return product?
And hey, talked to the Secretary of States office in Salem today... they
are still waiting for the registration papers on Red Glare Rocket Supply,
and hoping youll get legal. But heck, its only been what, 4 years??? Is it
constructive for the hobby for you to be operating outside local state law
in the state you are in?
Cant quite figure how you are a dealer without a legitimate corporate
existence... wait I know, you arent a dealer since you dont deliver paid
for product, and you dont pay for casings you order for other folks through
Tripoli ethics, hmmm. Cant expect much else from you, or Tripoli.
Have a nice day.
Jim McLaughlin These opinions are mine, mine, mine!
Portland, OR And not anybody elses. So there.
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