Boogerman sent me this on the MM forum.
Since I doubt he'd have the balls to allow it to be posted there, and since so many MM members are now reading here, I'll post it here.
John Brown is a friggin control freak who sure doesn't seem to post a damn thing on Metal Meet related to anything beyond his desire for power. He fits in well with the other control freak who paid for a welder to get a seat at the Board of Directors table.
Your total disreguard for the rules and for making posts that are disruptive and abrasive you have been placed on "per-moderator" status. This means a moderator will have to read and approve your posts prior to their posting on this site. If your posts are on-topic and metalshaping related you may be removed from this status and moved to registered user. If you choose to instigate problems on this site you will be banned.....John Brown.......censor
When everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane. ""
Mr Brown, you really need to find a hobby beyond pretend prison guard. Then again sniffing around toilet bowls is the zenith of your ability.
Gee, I wonder if I'll be banned for posting this.
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Yep I knew that, I can say not all bod members are the same There are many good people, but when you only get one side of the story it impairs your thinking. Dr T can give you a much better answer than I. tt
Boy, I gotta say some people really don't have a clue about metalworking, I've been in it in some way shape or form since 1975 or was 74? showing my age now. A neat post of a fellow metalworker that is also Civil War historian. I enjoy reading / learning about History, but only one of my books goes back to 1850-60's and Sheet Metal isn't part of it, blacksmithing is. Now I have very nice 1888-9 books but these are gear more to the new machine age. Now I invited him to the Emmr/Jalopy Showdown at York Springs, Pa a "stones throw from Gettysburg, Mechanicsburg, and Dillsburg, Pa. some of the largest battles of the Civil War. Question, does anyone know of a Civil War era "village" like Colonial Williamsburg? If you have the chance check Williamsburg, Do it very interesting, very knowledgeble people that enjoy there craft and sharing it. Unlike those who recently fell off the peanut wagon and a couple of year are self proclaimed experts field. Well I vented enough for now, too bad there isn't a website for fixing "Stupid" I could get some pointers on how to make some major repairs to a limited few. Take care! tt
Fortunately OG ya wound up in the right place to ask for TRUE information about the War of Northern Agression.
May I suggest this site for some light reading on the reality of the event.http://www.scv674.org/SH-Table.htm