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Old 03-10-2005, 06:05:33 PM
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Harry: After reading your post on how your Web site got started, I feel Happy and Sad. Happy, knowing that I am very proud to be apart of this huge undertaking you started by being one of your many sponcer's. In this day an age we take so many things for granted and we never realise the time and energy let alone the money that goes into a site like yours. And i know if this site was ever gone it would be a huge lose to hundreds and literly thousands of people like myself that use it every day. Thank you so much for bringing so many great people together in one place to share there beloved interest in Old Iron. ( Oh the new web chat room is Great and i am sure it will only get better as you refine it and more people use it.)
Now the Sad part. How in the heck to have any time to enjoy the hobby?
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Old 03-10-2005, 06:58:58 PM
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I really have to agree with Andrew on this. This site is unbelieveable with all the content it has. So many Knowlegeable people that arent afraid to share it with everyone that needs help. Nothing else comes close. I just wish I could do more to help. Thanks Harry for all you do!!

P.S. Just one question. Is Harry fine tuning the homepage? Every time I come in the format is changed a little. Just curious!

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Old 03-10-2005, 07:46:43 PM
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I remember when I discovered it in college and it was heaven on earth!!!!!!
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Old 03-10-2005, 09:29:54 PM
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Know I agree with all, If we all sent Harry, a dollar a month guess he could do o.k.
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Old 03-10-2005, 09:42:32 PM
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I've been fortunate to have met HARRY & BS with him, on several occasions. What a great guy!!! His wife is a real sweetheart, too! It just can't be said, enough times: THANKS HARRY!!!!!
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Old 03-11-2005, 12:40:45 AM
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I AGREE BIG HATS OFF TO Harry. for all the work he puts into the site but Harry you need to go out in the shop and work on a couple of engines so I can get all this new stuff figured out before ya change anything else! BobRR
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Harry Thanks for all you do ! Frank
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Old 03-11-2005, 10:05:07 AM
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I agree with Pat and my checks in the mail. Dick in central Pa.
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I've been viewing Harry’s message board for a few months now and have found it educational, inspirational, entertaining and even frustrating. Harry has created an invaluable tool for collectors and enthusiasts of old iron. That is why I just used paypal to make a contribution to Harry’s efforts.

Harry, keep up the great work.
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P.S. It would be great if there were a spell check when posting though. Maybe there is but I haven't found it.
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I've been viewing Harry’s message board for a few months now and have found it educational, inspirational, entertaining and even frustrating. Harry has created an invaluable tool for collectors and enthusiasts of old iron. That is why I just used paypal to make a contribution to Harry’s efforts.

Harry, keep up the great work.
Dan Donaldson

P.S. It would be great if there were a spell check when posting though. Maybe there is but I haven't found it.
Dan, prat of the fun is fgriunig out waht you gyus are syanig I use Follett Vest Pocket, 50,000 Words. I don't know where my wife got it but she says I need it. I could use a grammer book
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