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Heavy Chevy 95
post May 2 2003, 01:28 AM
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For the computer guys that make the decisions on this forum if we have electronic space why not invite other close Northeast GM Impala ss and 9c1 car clubs onboard like our Neighboring clubs LISST and Tri-9?

LISST is 4 hours from UNYISSO home turf and I think the Tri-9 guys are only 2.5 hours from the Capitol District of New York over in Connecticut.

Paul Roswell could let who ever is in charge with them know about us and I hear Art Funk is communication with the other LISST officers about this forum.

Just thinking out loud again guys.


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post May 2 2003, 06:40 AM
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Good point. I didn't even realize that the CT guys and the LISST guys weren't on board. Is it a space issue? Or are those guys not interested in signing up for the board? Just curious I guess. This new forum kicks ass, and I couldn't see why they wouldn't want to join if they were invited.

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post May 2 2003, 09:25 AM
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QUOTE (Heavy Chevy 95 @ May 2 2003, 02:27 AM)
For the computer guys that make the decisions on this forum if we have electronic space why not invite other close Northeast GM Impala ss and 9c1 car clubs onboard like our Neighboring clubs LISST and Tri-9?

That's probably the direction that we're headed in, but I think we have to finish up some other primary objectives first guys. We still have a lot of work ahead of us migrating the info and pics etc. off of Yahoo and getting the yahoo stuff closed up.

Please be careful in the mean time not to set any expectations for anybody that we're going to be bringing other groups on in a matter of days or weeks when it's too soon to even put a time line to it.

We want to do this right and that means taking our time and making careful steps. This isn't to exclude anybody, it's just to make sure that our growth is planned and sustainable. We haven't even been through a week of public operations yet and we need to be sure that we don't bite off more than we can manage at a time.

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post May 7 2003, 08:19 AM
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Thanks DW for the response.

As you know the Sparkplug of UNYISSO is always firing off ideas for the gang.

Yes we want to have all the backroom computer stuff running fine before we hit the accelerator for a wide open Throttle run down the dragstrip to invite more clubs over on this forum that are in our geographic area of the Northeast.

DW and Dan our forum adminstrators have to be ready and fully in charge of this future powerfull Internet Northeast forum machine.

All the members can pour the high octane race fuel into the fuel cell and I know how to hit the ignition switch to get this Big Block Chevrolet Machine screaming with thunder when the gang is ready!

(AC-DC Rock Tunes Cranked right now ready to hit the switch!)

I have enjoyed doing this for many years.

UNYISSO's Sparkplug- Always loaded with ideas for the gang burnout.gif John Wutzer
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post Sep 13 2006, 07:14 PM
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I know I'm bringing up an old post, but has there been any resolution to this? I see that LISST is in. Most CT guys check this site out, and I personally would rather have a home somewhere instead talking on Yahoo all the time. Does anyone know exactly how many TRI-9 guys are on here?

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post Aug 1 2007, 06:54 PM
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Any update? There sure seems to be a "few" ct guys on today for some reason.
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post Aug 1 2007, 11:27 PM
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QUOTE(jselander @ Sep 13 2006, 08:13 PM) *
I know I'm bringing up an old post, but has there been any resolution to this? I see that LISST is in. Most CT guys check this site out, and I personally would rather have a home somewhere instead talking on Yahoo all the time. Does anyone know exactly how many TRI-9 guys are on here?


I was able to check out who has registered under the Tri-9 Club membership.

You can check for yourself if you like.

1) Click on "Members" up in the right hand corner of this page.
2) Next Page - Click the box -- "All Members"
3) This will bring a pull down box where you will find "Connecticutt Tri-9"
4) Hit Button "Go" and you will see who registered from Connecticutt

dW and Dan,
Set this up for in 2003 for Tri-9 and all the other clubs in the area.



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