<VV> (apologies for being long-winded) (humor?)

Louis C. Armer,Jr. carmerjr at mindspring.com
Thu Oct 13 17:40:50 EDT 2005

NOPE !!! Your website doesn't have enough pictures in it and it is 
partial to LM's !!! <GGG>

da Chuckster
Chuck Armer


At 04:51 PM 10/13/2005, you wrote:
>But wait!
>VV members went out and wrote a book to cover many questions.  Today 
>I hear people don't want to buy and read that book, even if it 
>answers the exact question asked - and maybe a bunch more the 
>questioner never asked.  Wasn't writing that book an effort on the 
>part of those writers?  Doesn't that count for something?  Nobody's 
>"handing them a book and saying learn from it" - the point is to 
>understand the subject up front to frame a good question, or be able 
>to understand the answer better.  What's wrong with that?  It's a 
>little hard for me to come to your house in Seattle, but I can tell 
>you where to find the info from here in Virginia.  I also helped 
>write one of those "books", and have a pretty large web site with 
>Corvair info on it.  That's not good enough?
>Bryan Blackwell bryan at skiblack.com
>   Corvairs: '61 Lakewood, '64 Greenbrier, '65 Corsa, '66 Corsa
>   '69 Road Runner, '97 Ford F-150, '99 Neon R/T
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