Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Owners Association
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Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Owners Association

Ken Baker wrote:

> I also understand that intellegent people
> can understand that a debate on the internet
> can be counter productive. So if anyone would
> like to ask me questions directly I will be
> happy to discuss any comment, questions, concerns
> or perceptions. Just email me your contact
> information and I will be happy to call you.

As a DML moderator I must agree with Mr. Baker's assertion that
internet debates can be counter-productive.  I love all the DML
subscribers, but already this week two of you have tried to re-hash
very old arguments that can never be resolved on the DML.

And it's only Tuesday.

Tonight I took Ken Baker up on his offer and contacted him privately.
 I believe that his desire to reshape the DOA is sincere.  I also
believe that he is in for a very difficult challenge, demanding
Koncelik-esque dedication.  I hope he can pull it off.

IMO this week's DML conversation about the DOA's name is very amusing.
 But personally, considering the serious nature of other issues DMLers
have brought forward in the last thirteen years, I hope that changing
the name is pretty low on Mr. Baker's priority list.

For those who doubt the value of a national / international club, I
suggest that you attend a major orphan or British Car show in your
region.  See what The Strudebaker Driver's Club, Austin Healey Club
USA, The North American Triumph Car Club, and other orphan car clubs
do for their marques.  Believe it or not, it is possible for the
members to love the club.

- Mike Substelny
  VIN 01280 for fifteen years


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