Re: [DML] Re: DOA, and car club politics.
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Re: [DML] Re: DOA, and car club politics.

Kevin Abato wrote:

> The topic is relevant to the Delorean community
> as a whole, and should not be moved OFF the DML
> to a separate forum owned and operated by the DOA
> (subject to their rules, interpretations, and
> moderation)

Kevin, as this week's DML moderator I am flattered at your confidence
in my editorial fairness.  But what would be wrong with having the
discussion under the rules, interpretation, and moderation of the DOA?

I agree that the DML is a reasonable place to to discuss the topic --
in fact I would *love* to see the DML get such a scoop!  But I
disagree that refusing to discuss it here is somehow shady.  The whole
purpose for having a club magazine and club website it to publish club

So I shall sit back and watch the DOA get the scoop on its own news. 
Any time something juicy is in DW I'm sure it will hit the DML within

- Mike Substelny

PS: In a previous post I mentioned that other classic automobile
marques find a national / international club valuable, and
subsequently someone questioned that.  Fair enough.  Perhaps clubs of
all types are less relevant that they were in pre-internet days.  But
that's a topic for another thread.


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