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Old June 4th 04, 12:42 AM
Bill
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There's a new email list for Washington, DC area pilots and pilots who
fly into Washington, DC's airspace: DCPilots, www.dcpilots.net.

This list is a place to exchange thoughts about favorite destinations
and to find other pilots to fly with to those destinations. If you
want to talk about the latest general aviation gadget, that's welcome,
too. Same thing goes for discussions about the best $100 burger --
chat away. Questions about the ADIZ? -- that's always okay. (And
there are so many questions about the ADIZ!) Think of DCPilots as
your local pilot lounge.

DCPilots is a place to meet other pilots, chat about aviation, mention
your local aviation service or product, or ask a question that only
another pilot can answer. While DCPilots is a discussion list,
local-area aviation businesses are welcome to contribute. Flight
schools and flying clubs, for instance, may make announcements to the
list.

DCPilots is an email list for local area pilots and others in
aviation, but not everything on the list has to be about local topics.
If it's something that you might talk about with another pilot, then
it's appropriate for DCPilots -- as long as you are a local pilot.

DCPilots is spam-free (and calorie-free!)

To subscribe to DCPilots, send a blank email to dcpilots-subscribe at
yahoogroups.com, or visit http://www.dcpilots.net.

--Bill Adler
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Old June 4th 04, 03:38 AM
Bob Jones
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"Bill" wrote in message
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There's a new email list for Washington, DC area pilots and pilots who
fly into Washington, DC's airspace: DCPilots, www.dcpilots.net.


Why would you choose a name so similar to the longstanding DCpilots.org?
Are you intentionally trying to confuse the folks who might be interested in
your list?

Or is there another reason?


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Old June 4th 04, 06:28 PM
Michelle P
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Bill,
How about ego and personal attack free?
Michelle

Bill wrote:

There's a new email list for Washington, DC area pilots and pilots who
fly into Washington, DC's airspace: DCPilots, www.dcpilots.net.

This list is a place to exchange thoughts about favorite destinations
and to find other pilots to fly with to those destinations. If you
want to talk about the latest general aviation gadget, that's welcome,
too. Same thing goes for discussions about the best $100 burger --
chat away. Questions about the ADIZ? -- that's always okay. (And
there are so many questions about the ADIZ!) Think of DCPilots as
your local pilot lounge.

DCPilots is a place to meet other pilots, chat about aviation, mention
your local aviation service or product, or ask a question that only
another pilot can answer. While DCPilots is a discussion list,
local-area aviation businesses are welcome to contribute. Flight
schools and flying clubs, for instance, may make announcements to the
list.

DCPilots is an email list for local area pilots and others in
aviation, but not everything on the list has to be about local topics.
If it's something that you might talk about with another pilot, then
it's appropriate for DCPilots -- as long as you are a local pilot.

DCPilots is spam-free (and calorie-free!)

To subscribe to DCPilots, send a blank email to dcpilots-subscribe at
yahoogroups.com, or visit http://www.dcpilots.net.

--Bill Adler



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Old June 5th 04, 12:32 AM
Judah
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I just don't think that's a very realistic expectation...


Michelle P wrote in
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Bill,
How about ego and personal attack free?
Michelle

Bill wrote:

 




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