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  1. Em. said, on Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 10: 28 AM at 10:28 AM

    Hi, I recently found all zone VI newsletters from #1 to #83. Do you know of a site where I can try to sell these besides Ebay or Amazon? They were my father-in-laws and were collecting dust. They seem to be a rare but beloved collection. Is there anything of value you can tell me about them? Thank you so much for your time.

    • TeeJaw said, on Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 1: 17 PM at 1:17 PM

      Sorry, I don’t know. I have all of those myself…somewhere. I sold all of my Zone VI equipment on eBay years ago and most of it went to China. Shipping those newsletters overseas is fairly easy so I’d recommend eBay and offer to ship worldwide.

  2. Ken Spiker said, on Thursday, September 1, 2011, 10: 15 AM at 10:15 AM

    Ken, I came across this item while scanning my morning blogs. It has special meaning for us old guitar players but should be a warning to everybody–or Why We Fear Big Government:

    http://blogs.ajc.com/bob-barr-blog/2011/08/31/gibson-guitar-to-uncle-sam-–-“from-my-cold-dead-hands”/

    Ken Spiker

    • TeeJaw said, on Thursday, September 1, 2011, 8: 21 PM at 8:21 PM

      The real transgression of the Gibson Guitar company was not contributing heavily to Obama and Democrats. Can you imagine this raid taking place if Gibson had been one of Obama’s crony capitalists? The law the Justice Department relies on isn’t even a U.S. law, it’s a law of India that no one is really sure how to interpret. The modern tyranny of a democracy is worse than an absolute king ensconced in his castle miles away because except for his soldiers hassling you for some little bit of ransom every 5 years or so the king mostly left everyone alone.


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