Man. This dude should go into the textbook business. He could make a
fortune selling this kind of stuff to Texas schools now that we are in the
process of dumbing down to the lowest common denominator.
On 8 Jul 2005 07:55:28 -0700, "Eric"
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Thanks for the help with the alternative site for the graphic.
I guess the owner of the orginal site got too many hits and shut down
or perhaps a visit from the Milwaukee Mafia threatening his kneecaps
with a pot metal big boy . ;-)
| I guess the owner of the orginal site got too many hits and shut down
| or perhaps a visit from the Milwaukee Mafia threatening his kneecaps
| with a pot metal big boy . ;-)
Well, the rest of the story. The missing site is me. I found the mag cover
on yet another group. It had no credits. I posted it on my little
unfinished site and gave the URL to a tiny Yahoo group. Since I had pirated
the image, I took it down in twenty four hours.
I took it down not knowing that it was making its way across the internet.
When I found that rmr was involved I went in search of the "real" posting.
No luck beyond the thread on the Railwire which I posted here. With Colin
't Hart's deconstruction with Tom Mann's site as the result, I think we now
know the credit.
It's darned funny.
The cover was really funny, and I was going to post and say so,
but I ended up reading the latest MR and it was really pretty good,
for the second month in a row, no less!
President, The Sparta Railroad.