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03/23/2007, 06:16 PM
This forum took off like a rocket for the first couple of days. Seems to have died down a little bit.
Maybe we could start a discussion that would generate some interest like, i don't know, maybe "commercial posts"
03/23/2007, 06:17 PM
I like the signature Lee Bay. KRAC. Good one!
03/23/2007, 06:19 PM
03/23/2007, 09:08 PM
Lee_Bay....you darn troublemaker!!! Remember, ole Bill Clinton is keeping an eye on your every keystroke. :lol:
Initial excitement is great, and if we can add a person a month to the mix, by the end of the year maybe we can have a frag swap. Even though it is a long haul, perhaps some people in other distant groups might want to participate too.
I'll never tell anyone what they can or can't say. That is RC's job and they police things pretty nicely IMO. BTW - I've never received a warning about a single post that I've ever made on here in the past two years. I intend to keep up the good work.
I'd hope that we can develop GREAT relationships with all groups (like cincy, columbus, chemical valley, and any others we can become acquainted with). I honestly mean that statement from the bottom of my heart.
Just a thought here. Apparently CORA has some killer meetings - and maybe one time we could get 3 or 4 "KRACheads" together and do a road trip. They learn how to build kalk reactors, mod maxi-jets to work like Tunze streams, and in my opinion seem like a cool bunch to boot. I've met one of them (username 'zeppelin' - real name Larry) and have been to his house twice. One of the nicest guys you would ever want to meet, and he has an UNREAL frag operation going in his garage. All kinds of weird stuff you never see. I'm talking 100+ varieties and hundreds of frags. His place alone is worth the trip!
03/23/2007, 10:08 PM
WOW. Sounds like they've got a great organization. I wouldn't mind going sometime.
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