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Kobus Email
09/01

Comments:
I have just discovered you web page so I still have to explore it but it looks great.
Regards
Kobus


Dr. Kyle Oleynik Email
05/08

Comments:
Hello.. How are you.. 


Keshi 
04/13

Comments:
Hey Bob  thanks for all those pretty  cards.   I have been  working on  teaching a citizen in aw  how to   run a  world  although once it is  purchased i will be  hosting both the path and the  world  for next 2 years minimum .   Why am i telling you  this.  I made the  road textures  for your  world  currently  it is only place they  are. I would  like to know if you mind if i  use in  the project  worl i told you about. This  Citizen is a  returning  aw  cit  who started  here  back 20 yrs ago and loves  your roads.  He is  from Brazil.  The  project  world will  focus on a place  for  mobility  challenged  people of all ages to  came     and enjoy  or  even learn to  build and  just  enjoy  aw  and the  free  feeling it  generates.  However , if you  wish me not  to use the  road set  I will  not us eit as it is  in your world.  Thanks  for  being a  friend  and let me know.  Hugs  Angela  


Diane l. Little 
03/09

Comments:
Good morning brother,first time I visited your blog, don't know if I knew how to come across it,but glad I did. Informative and good reading.Blessings to you!


Eve Hunt Email
03/01

Comments:
I’m so happy to read this. This is the kind of manual that needs to be given and not the accidental misinformation that is at the other blogs. Appreciate your sharing this greatest doc.
Regards: Eve Hunt


Eve Hunt Email
03/01

Comments:
I’m so happy to read this. This is the kind of manual that needs to be given and not the accidental misinformation that is at the other blogs. Appreciate your sharing this greatest doc.
Regards:  <a href="https://www.thedarkweblinks.com/dark-web-links/">Eve Hunt</a>


Bob Clarke Email
02/10

Comments:
Today is a V-Day for me, the Old Kunnel of the Kunnel's Korner...  Since 1997 unto today... My site has had 33K [33,000] visitors; some just like you. grin
Thank you for your interest and your friendship. 
Visit me again and again and always know that I cherish your friendship.
Bob....


James Maltry Email
01/12

Comments:
Hello


Jim Haney 
01/11

Comments:
thank you very much


Don Noack Email
01/05

Comments:
Thank you Bob, as usual another very interesting newsletter.   
I liked the P 51 article, my friends and I new all the WW2 planes. As I have told I used to preflight the Corsair and the F8 Bearcat when I was in the Navel Air Reserve in the late 40's and early 50's.


Angela Banker 
12/30/18

Comments:
WISHING YOU A HAPPY  NEW YEAR!!!! Hope the year to come will bring  health and happiness to fill your all the days of your life. Bless you my  friend.


Angela Banker 
12/17/18

Comments:
Here ye! Here ye all!  Today  some years ago,  the Lord blessed us all with a wonderful gift of life for  Robert Clarke.  Happy  Birthday  dear friend!  May you be blessed with  love, laughter and good health for many years to come!  

Thanks for being you!


Mike 
12/10/18

Comments:
Bob, this is Paw Paw Wilson's second son
Thank you for keeping Paw Paws memorial page up it was good to see it again
Thank you
Mike


Tom Cox Email
11/25/18

Comments:
Thank you for featuring my father-in-law, LTC Donald M. Covic and his crew of the only bomber in the history of the US Air Force to have attained the honor of having shot down five enemy aircraft. The B-29, “Command Decision” was the most famous bomber in the Korean War having flown 131 missions. Don was Command Pilot on 121. In addition to to be unofficially designated as an “ACE”, his aircraft flew the most missions, dropped the greatest tonnage and his crew were receipants of more awards than any other bomber crew in the war. His personal awards included two DFC’s.

My wife, Deborah, who he taught to fly as a teenager went on the a rather accomplished career as a pilot, as well. As an FAA Flight Standards Safety Inspector, she was awarded the FSDO GA Inspector of the year during her career. An ATP rated pilot in rotary and fixed wing aircraft she taugh many pilots to fly and contributed to the success of many operators. I am very proud of her accomplishments. Her dad, passed away in 1991 and was also very proud.


Angela Banker Email
09/29/18

Comments:
Juat a little something for you :
God Said NO
 
 
I asked God to take away my habit.[image]
God said, No.
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It is not for me to take away, but for you to give it up.
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I asked God to make my handicapped child whole.
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God said, No.
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His spirit is whole, his body is only temporary
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I asked God to grant me patience.
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God said, No.
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Patience is a byproduct of tribulations;
it isn't granted, it is learned.
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I asked God to give me happiness.
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God said, No.
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I give you blessings; Happiness is up to you.

I asked God to spare me pain.
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God said, No.
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Suffering draws you apart from worldly cares
and brings you closer to me.
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I asked God to make my spirit grow.
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God said, No.
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You must grow on your own! ,
but I will prune you to make you fruitful.
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I asked God for all things that I might  enjoy life.
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God said, No.
[image] I will give you life, so that you may enjoy all things.[image]

I asked God to help me LOVE others, as much as He loves me.
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God said...Ahhhh, finally you have the idea.
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THIS DAY IS YOURS DON'T THROW IT AWAY
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May God Bless You,


"To the world you might be one person, but to one person you just might be the world"
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"May the Lord Bless you and keep you,
May the Lord Make his face shine upon you,
and give you Peace.....Forever"


Will Robinet Email
09/08/18

Comments:
Awesome video on the P38 Bob.  A great plane and called the "twin tailed devil" by the Germans in WW2, irrespective of what Wikipedia says.  I had neighbors who were bombed and strafed by it, well they emigrated here from Europe, and it was called "the twin tailed devil" by the Germans, who actually didn't see that many of them as compared to the Japanese in the Pacific theater of war.

In some significant ways, it broke the mold much like the Mosquito.  
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