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  1. Klipsch Heritage Museum Association is pleased to announce the election of officers Richard Groves-President, Jim Hunter-Curator, Kevin Harmon-1st VP, Christy Luquet-2nd VP, Denise Cooper-Secretary and Stacy Atchison-Treasure. Please join us in welcoming these officers and help support them as they strive to further the goals of the museum.

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  2. Klipsch Heritage Museum Association is pleased to welcome Travis Williamson and Richard Groves to the KHMA Board of Trustees. Ian Moore and Roy Delgado have been reelected to the board, as well. Please welcome them to their new roles guiding the Klipsch Museum of Audio History to its fullest potential.

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  3. 7 minutes ago, Speed said:

    I may have received someone else's shirt. I ordered a large, in white. Received a large in gray. If you ordered a large in gray, and got the white, we can swap if you'd like. I like the gray, and do not plan on returning it. Thanks...

    My apologies!!  I’m glad it worked out for you!  If someone else receives the white and wants a grey I’ll gladly replace it. 


  4. 1 hour ago, Tarheel said:

    A surprise arrived by mail from Picayune.  A Pilgrimage tee shirt.  Which one of you did this?  Christy and Elden?

    Neither. Your LF ordered one for you while y’all were at Pilgrimage!  

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  5. 10 minutes ago, Seadog said:

    I am shocked and saddened.  I just now saw this thread.  I had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with Scott at this year's pilgrimage.  This forum and the Museum have lost a great guy.  Condolences to his family and close friends.  RIP Scott.

    It’s been almost a week now. I’m as shocked and saddened today as I was when I first received the phone call from @ssh  Continued prayers for his family and all that knew him. There is a great void. 

     

    Christy


  6. 2 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

    Weren't you supposed to give me t shirts to bring back to hugeroost?

    His are going with the second run of shirts.  We were already in Hope when he ordered. They will ship with others, including those who didn’t show up at Pilgrimage. 


  7. Second round of tshirts are in the works. If you haven’t received/picked yours up at Pilgrimage they will be heading your way in the next ten days or so!!!

     

    If you would like to order one follow instructions in the original post. I will have extras. 

     

    Christy

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  8. Once again, herein lies the problem. There really shouldn’t be “sides”. As a supposedly civilized society we should be able to reach for common goals. This is impossible for some to understand and work towards. It’s “my side” or “the other side”. I can’t decide if it’s sad or downright disgusting. 


  9. 5 minutes ago, Zen Traveler said:

    I must have missed that day, but what lead to the demise of ANY political talk is folks getting nasty, not that they disagree....Honestly, I shake my head at some of the things grown men discuss on ANY forum and the reason regulars stay here is for the comradery, and yes the love of our Klipsch Speakers and the sound they reproduce. 

    Racism is NEVER acceptable in any form. Corporate entities can tolerate a lot of BS. Racism is not something that should ever be tolerated. The liability outweighs the common good. 


  10. 34 minutes ago, twistedcrankcammer said:

     

    Christy,

     

    Are you saying that if you know who had never threatened legal action that the BS section would still be gone anyway? The regular members didn't complain before it became common knowledge, nor did corporate before they came aware, so if I am missing something, please enlighten me, because from my thinking, the whole debacle can be traced to one person, no?

     

    Roger

    Regular members complaining was never an issue that led to the demise of BS. Others finding out that BS existed did not lead to its demise. Corporate knowing about the BS section did not lead to its demise. In fact, what ULTIMATELY led to the demise was an issue that occurred prior to everyone finding out about BS. 

     

    Threatened legal action had NOTHING to do with BS being gone. 

     

    Christy

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  11. 2 minutes ago, twistedcrankcammer said:

     

     

     

    Christy,

     

    Agreed, but the problem was the BS forum got found out about, NOT that it existed.

     

    Roger

     

    The BS forum being found out about is not what led to the demise of BS. Could not be further from the truth. 


  12. 12 minutes ago, twistedcrankcammer said:

     

    @CECAA850

    Carl,

     

    I was a member of BS for several years as you well know. What you probably don't know is that I was a moderator on Dave's Facebook forum. In my estimation, the Facebook forum failed because it was the polar opposite of the BS forum. For your information purposes only, the BS forum was a stacked deck, with about 4 to 5 people on one side of the spectrum for every one on my side of the aisle. On Facebook, almost EVERYBODY involved was on my side of the spectrum, with only one or two on the other side of the aisle. And people got their feelings hurt with the role reversal. NO, it wasn't fair, but neither was BS, people still got ganged up on, though I wasn't so thin skinned, or maybe I'm just thick in the head like that.

     

    Roger

    And....therein lies the problem. 

     

    Christy

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  13. Is a nearly six pound bass not big enough?  A tour of the grounds in Indy?  Dates are dependent upon organizers’ schedules. We schedule around holidays, Klipsch corporate shows/events, factory availability, Rodney’s (Newton Lake) availability and @Chief Bonehead’s demos and sales trips. Of course, we consider the fans availability because without them there would be no Pilgrimage. 

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