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Posted by Bob Sal on June 19, 2001 19:00:11 UTC

True, and as you pointed out, "Have Fun". That's why I come here. Weather relevant or not, who's to say. To me, fun is relevant. I find it unusual how many people are posting about building their own telescopes. Actually this pretty cool. It's unbelievable how much traffic this section gets. You know, this is the only Astronomy sight I found that had anything about Tim McViegh. I thought for sure I was looking in the right place. Maybe I should have gone to a Crime or Legal web sight of some kind. I thought for sure Astronomy was the place for the latest McVeigh info. Anyway, if you or anyone else gets out with a telescope and looks at something, I'd love to hear about it. There's a new forum here for people to talk about the things they saw with their telescopes and stuff. Now that may seem a little strange for an Astronomy sight, but you never know what's gonna come up. By the way, can you do that again where you put my quotes in > I liked that, real funny. Also, how many Astronomers does it take to change a light bulb? 1/2, no self respecting Astronomer would put a new light bulb back in. Clear Skies, or thoughts, which ever. Have Fun!
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