aew at unh.edu
Thu Apr 12 14:15:39 EDT 2007
As a hobby business owner and day-job earner, I can wholeheartedly
sympathize with Barry's situation.
I agree with Michael. Barry is one of the good guys. I'm sure he
persisted well past the period in which the business impinged on his
personal comfort, to all of our benefits.
Hopefully at some point the new owners will pick up the reins, or if the
just intend to run the store as a generic hobby shop, they pass on the
manufacturing portion of the business to a well-intentioned
On Thu, 2007-04-12 at 14:34 +0000, Michael Kendix wrote:
> I think this is a fair characterization of the situation. There's nothing
> sinister or wrong with pulling out when you are unduly over-committed.
> I have met Barry several times and it would be difficult to meet a more
> personable fellow and it's a shame that his excellent products will not be
> readily available in the near future.
> >From: Tom Ruprecht <ruprecht at charter.net>
> >Reply-To: World War I Modeling Mailing List <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> >To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> >Subject: [WWI] Barry/Rosemont
> >Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 10:14:05 -0400
> >I recently heard through a third party that Barry sold Rosemont because of
> >pressures of his "day jobs". If that third party recognizes this message,
> >feel free to add to this thread :-) Rupe
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