[meteorite-list] Rocks From Space Picture of the Day - June 11, 2007

From: Platypus Girl <platypusgirl2002_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 11:20:32 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <513790.82678.qm_at_web33507.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

I LOVE the pictures of the day and look forwad to each new one! Thank you so much for them!

Michael L Blood <mlblood at cox.net> wrote:
  I want to thank ROCKS FROM SPACE
for tirelessly ? and obviously, thanklessly,
giving us a daily meteorite photo.
        To complain about something being
given to one for free seems to me to be so
rude as to be beyond comment.
        Thanks for the tireless work!
        Best wishes, Michael

on 6/11/07 12:08 PM, STARSANDSCOPES at aol.com at STARSANDSCOPES at aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 6/11/2007 10:14:41 A.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
> cynapse at charter.net writes:
>> Good Lord...... another unclassifed meteorite as Picture of the day?
>> Yawn.
>> There should be a rule. No unclassifieds as Picture of the day.
>> Don
>> ________________________________
>> Sorry you're disappointed Don but you know you don't have to view them if
>> you choose not to!
>> I post what collectors send me and if they want to share with others
> rather
>> classified or not I see nothing wrong with it.
> I disagree entirely with the original post. That's a beautiful meteorite,
> and
> saying that it has to be classified to be worth showing is more of the
> "where it
> This hobby is about the rocks! I find unclassified meteorites to be, at
> times, more interesting because there is still mystery left. I like nothing
> more than a beautiful "different looking" unclassified meteorite. Lets not
> forget where they all come from and not long ago (15 years?), the meteorite
> featured in the Picture of the Day would of drawn a lot of interest from
> nearly
> all in this hobby regardless of where it was found or if it had been pigeon
> holed yet.
> To limit ones interest to only the classified "Hot ticket" meteorites flies
> dangerously close to Pokemon card collecting. "I have a Bulbasaur!" "Well
> that's nothing, my Bulbasaur is Base Set!"
> I'm going back to the microscopes to examine some more mysteries. Who
> knows, maybe I'll find a Charizard!
> Tom
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