RE: [War Of 1812] Re:Video - Live firing with slow motion
I actually went one step further... on the webpage for the "Fort
McIntosh Garrison", there is a link for the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation.
Since there appears to be some connection between the two, I posted off a
note to the President telling him about the video and telling him that he
might want to also make plain his displeasure.
>From: "Mark Dickerson" <mdickerson1@...>
>Subject: RE: [War Of 1812] Re:Video - Live firing with slow motion
>Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 08:32:56 -0400
>Here the page for the guestbook for anybody that wants to send a message.
>From: WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com] On
>Of Five Rivers Chapmanry
>Sent: October 25, 2007 6:45 AM
>Subject: [War Of 1812] Re:Video - Live firing with slow motion
> Simply boggles the mind. I'd suggest all event coordinators be
>on the watch for the McIntosh Garrison unit and ban them. Or at the very
>least be sure those morons Matthew and cohort, (and the entire family for
>that matter!) are banned from events. Plainly there was a mother in the
>background who knew this was going on as per the voice clip, in a municipal
>area nonetheless, where likely there are laws about firing any sort of
>weapon. Good god, if you can't fire a bow in a municipal area, you
>can't fire a black powder weapon! Is it any wonder the general public feels
>all weapons should be banned when you have idiots like this running around?
> I'd also suggest every member of this list visit the website:
>me.htm and post to their guest book, just as the YouTube video suggests. If
>enough people dress them down for their lack of safety procedure, surely
>they'll do something about it.
>(sputtering and fuming)
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