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Sad day today 21 years ago

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Unread 08-23-2010, 01:37 PM
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Sad day today 21 years ago

August 23 1989 Salt Lake City Utah
Parker Otto Ackley died 86 years old
there will never be another like him.
A GREAT LOSS TO ALL OF US.
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    Unread 08-23-2010, 06:20 PM
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

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    August 23 1989 Salt Lake City Utah
    Parker Otto Ackley died 86 years old
    there will never be another like him.
    A GREAT LOSS TO ALL OF US.
    I think im over it...
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    Unread 08-25-2010, 03:50 PM
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

    Smart guy. Just read "Pressures, Case Strength and Back Thrust" by Bob Jourdan and it reinforced Ackleys observations.

    Here is a link it was interesting.

    Pressures, Case Strength and Back Thrust
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

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    I think im over it...
    Just curious as to why you would post what you did?
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

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    Just curious as to why you would post what you did?
    Same question. Wasn't sure how to word it without sounding outright (and hopefully wrongfully) hostile. So I previously kept my mouth shut.
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

    Same question here, please elaborate.
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    Re: Sad day today 21 years ago

    He won't, he just like stirring the pot from time to time. He does that sort of thing. Ackley has done more for the sport of hunting and shooting than some will ever realize. Don't waste your time wondering what he's thinking. It's a mystery.

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