SIAR Web Page

SIAR Web Page

Post by starlor » Mon, 29 Jun 1998 04:00:00



  After some long years of being in-active, once more the SIAR is
  coming back to life. The SIAR web page is:

  http://www.ptw.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

  The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

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Post by Darren J. Longhor » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
>   After some long years of being in-active, once more the SIAR is
>   coming back to life. The SIAR web page is:

>   http://www.ptw.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

>   The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

Wow, what a fully featured and informative web site it is too. I can join your
'club' for free, get a news letter, and nothing to pay until 1st Jan 1999!
I can hardly resist, but I think I will.
--
Darren J. Longhorn
Unorthodox Engineer

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Post by jordan soldier valle » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
>>   http://www.ptw.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

>>   The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

>Wow, what a fully featured and informative web site it is too. I can join
your
>'club' for free, get a news letter, and nothing to pay until 1st Jan 1999!
>I can hardly resist, but I think I will.
>--

MR and skiffy sounds like a fun and potentially imaginative combination.
However, the current site is a snooze. And "Starlord" still reeks of
bicentennial fanboy....

-DGH-

 
 
 

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Post by Fred Shecte » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00


Perhaps it's time for a "GO-Lords" organization.  (I'll save people time
and explain this one-it's a "marionation" sketch from Saturday Night
Live, similar to the "Thunderbirds" but with gratuitous *** and
great amounts of humor)

-Shread Vector NRA #1 Paramount Leader (Folks can look throught the
archive for this one)

Quote:

> >>   http://www.FoundCollection.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

> >>   The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

> >Wow, what a fully featured and informative web site it is too. I can join
> your
> >'club' for free, get a news letter, and nothing to pay until 1st Jan 1999!
> >I can hardly resist, but I think I will.
> >--
> MR and skiffy sounds like a fun and potentially imaginative combination.
> However, the current site is a snooze. And "Starlord" still reeks of
> bicentennial fanboy....

> -DGH-

 
 
 

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Post by starlor » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
>>>   http://www.ptw.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

>>>   The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

>>Wow, what a fully featured and informative web site it is too. I can join
>your
>>'club' for free, get a news letter, and nothing to pay until 1st Jan 1999!
>>I can hardly resist, but I think I will.
>>--
>MR and skiffy sounds like a fun and potentially imaginative combination.
>However, the current site is a snooze. And "Starlord" still reeks of
>bicentennial fanboy....

>-DGH-

Skiffy? never heard of that, and yours is just ONE opion. And the
SIAR is 27 years old as a small group.

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Post by Darren J. Longhor » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00


If I remember correctly, 'Starlord' was the main character in a particularly
naff comic available in my youth. ( Late 70's v early 80's). It had a short
run.
--
Darren J. Longhorn
Unorthodox Engineer

http://www.FoundCollection.com/



Quote:
> Perhaps it's time for a "GO-Lords" organization.  (I'll save people time
> and explain this one-it's a "marionation" sketch from Saturday Night
> Live, similar to the "Thunderbirds" but with gratuitous *** and
> great amounts of humor)

> -Shread Vector NRA #1 Paramount Leader (Folks can look throught the
> archive for this one)


> > >>   http://www.FoundCollection.com/~starlord/starlord.htm

> > >>   The SIAR is a combo of Sci-Fi & Model Rocketry

> > >Wow, what a fully featured and informative web site it is too. I can join
> > your
> > >'club' for free, get a news letter, and nothing to pay until 1st Jan 1999!
> > >I can hardly resist, but I think I will.
> > >--
> > MR and skiffy sounds like a fun and potentially imaginative combination.
> > However, the current site is a snooze. And "Starlord" still reeks of
> > bicentennial fanboy....

> > -DGH-