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This may not be the best use for this thread, but general interest items, maybe face book posts?....

These guys are building a huge boat in their yard in Massachusetts, with no prior experience:

 

 

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Welcome to new member Tyler.

Tyler built an interesting animation for the assassination sequence. A link is in his bio:

2 hours ago, Mark Tyler said:

Hello Education Forum!

I am here to learn from people who have specialist knowledge of the JFK assassination, especially the Dealey Plaza crime scene.  I have created an animated reconstruction of the motorcade, which is here:

https://www.marktyler.org/mc63.html

I have been building and publishing computer software for over 15 years and this was an opportunity to use those skills to find out what did and did not happen during the assassination.
 

 

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Forum Member @Robert Harperhas passed away. I enjoyed some correspondence with him. 

31 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

Some of you may remember @Robert Harper . I have learned that he has passed away. His widow contacted me and informed of his death. She also informed me that he left his JFK library to me. I am quite touched by that gesture and would like to take possession of it. He resided in The Netherlands and that is where the library is. I am told it would cost around 2000 Euros to ship and I can’t put that kind of money up for a library which I know nothing about. I have setup a GoFundMe page to help defray the cost of shipping to the U.S.

Here is a link to the GoFundMe page: Here is a link to the GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/harper-library?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR0B6M0be0fwy2KxZLaC9ZTnOoaWzypo_5J9p3EmRpDT82GJ96f8gBxB_VE

Sharing to your Facebook page could go a long way towards reaching others in our community.

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6 minutes ago, Paul Brancato said:

How can we participate?

Hello, Paul. Thanks for asking. Here is a link to the GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/harper-library?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR0B6M0be0fwy2KxZLaC9ZTnOoaWzypo_5J9p3EmRpDT82GJ96f8gBxB_VE

 

 

 

 

 

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How can we participate? You must be curious what is in Robert’s library. He was an intelligent poster here, and has been and will be missed.

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5 minutes ago, Paul Brancato said:

How can we participate? You must be curious what is in Robert’s library. He was an intelligent poster here, and has been and will be missed.

Yes, Paul. I am very curious, and I appreciated his participation here as well. He is missed, and I was quite saddened to hear, from him, as I was corresponding with him, that he was dying. Thank you very much for your donation. It is encouraging.

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Robert Harper once actually offered to help fund a trip to Dallas for me!

I declined of course believing such money would be better spent on others more in need than I.

However, I will always remember RH and that incredible and rare offer and his generosity.

Didn't know RH as deathly ill or of his passing. 

Am thanking him again in spirit and thoughts.

He was a kind and liberal minded person. I think he was well involved in the theater or movie business?

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4 hours ago, Joe Bauer said:

Robert Harper once actually offered to help fund a trip to Dallas for me!

I declined of course believing such money would be better spent on others more in need than I.

However, I will always remember RH and that incredible and rare offer and his generosity.

Didn't know RH as deathly ill or of his passing. 

Am thanking him again in spirit and thoughts.

He was a kind and liberal minded person. I think he was well involved in the theater or movie business?

Yes Joe, He was a playwright and actor. I had forgotten agouti his effort to crowd fund a trip,to Dallas for you. That was remarkably nice of him.

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