[WWI] How and when

Allan Wright aew at unh.edu
Thu Mar 12 09:09:18 EDT 2020


My two WWI buttons are in the cork board within reach of my desk here
at work.
On Wed, 2020-03-11 at 22:58 +0000, Joseph Pezold wrote:
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> Diego is an instigator and I want to thank him for starting this
> "Topic".  I believe I first encountered "The List" sometime around
> 1998 or 1999 after I was transferred from the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY CV-
> 67.  I was heavily into WW1 1/72 scale modeling and I found this site
> on the "web".  I loved all the photos in the gallery that were posted
> and many of them were very inspirational to me.  It wasn't until
> after I had retired from the NAVY that physically joined "The List". 
> That was around 2001 or 2002.  Then the emails came along with the
> "characters" behind them.  I've got to meet many of them in person. 
> Ernest Thomas was easy since he was from my hometown of New Orleans
> and I would travel to there from time to time.  I HAVE AN
> ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE!  Ernie is NOT "The Anti-Christ"!  He is the
> "Heretic"!  Let's get that correct!  The majority of the members that
> I had personally met was in 2005 when the IPMS USA NATS was held in
> my current hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.  Andy Roberts and I
> basically had a section (table) in the Model Display Area to host the
> WW1 MODELING MAILING LIST.  I think for the most part it was
> successful.  I know Dame Karen took many photos and they are still
> accessible in the Photo Archive of "The List".  Great Times!  Yes,
> times have changed as far as what this format for modeling forums was
> all about, but it grew into the likes of the current social media
> outlets.  However, with the friends that I got acquainted with on
> "The List" have pretty much followed me.....or maybe I followed them
> to these other sites!  Alan Wright, thank you for keeping "The List"
> alive and available!  By the way I still have a few of the WW1
> Modeling Mailing List "Buttons" that John Huggins used to sell or
> give out!  Who else has some of those?
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> Buz
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> Oh my, has it
> really been over 20 years?  
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> I stumbled across the page trying to find info on a SPAD, I somehow
> hit an
> article on the SPAD 12 here in the files some where.
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> I loved having all of the folks who attended the 2000 IPMS nats in
> OKC over to
> my home.
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> Now back to deep lurk, AMS, non building mode
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> [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On Behalf
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> in January
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> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry for the Honor and Glory of
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Allan Wright - Manager of Software Development

Research Computing Center

University of New Hampshire

(603) 862-0084

aew at unh.edu






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