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Harold Cohn on February 14, 2019 at 7:54 PM said:

Dear Ross R.T Onley: I read your article titled "THE LOST DUTCHMAN". I enjoyed the article plan to keep it as reference source. I wrote the supposition book tilted: "THE LOST DUTCHMEN MINE and PEG LEG PET MINE (ISBN:978-1-4787-9011-2) after five years of research. Recently when I though my stack of papers I found a paper about Adolph Ruth how he journeyed to the LDM. Then I knew how Jacob Waltz found the LDM from Weavers Needle. It explained why the Julia Thomas map was correct.

In your article you wrote at the bottom of page one you wrote: "If we find do find Dutchman, don't write." You are correct in what you wrote. I may write about it some day. However, nobody wants to listen. What no the is the LDM was never lost and is assumed to play out in the 1950's. However, who cares it keep this Crazy Old Man entertain for years. Thank you for writing the article 'THE LOST DUTCHMAN". Sincerely, Harold Cohn P.S. Please feel free to contact me at if you have a comments or questions.
JW on August 7, 2013 at 8:14 PM said:

You left out of your bio that you're an alum of the EVERY NOW AND THEN THEATRE which now holds more than 30 international and national awards for radio drama excellence. Hi Ross- long time no see!
Terry C Dickens on April 25, 2013 at 4:34 PM said:

Where is the map?
Gianna_Texas on January 16, 2012 at 1:59 PM said:

I hate to see us lose your input but I wonder if simply publishing articles with no comments enabled and having a members-only forum wouldn't be a good compromise. There's something about the immediacy of the response form and the lack of accountability available from anonymity (oh, hypocritical me) that seems to encourage people's awfulness.
Alyssa_North_Dakota on January 15, 2012 at 10:18 PM said:

I’m not sure what you have against “The Five”. I mean, four of the five panel members are on the right. The only creep is Bob Beckel. I admit, his creepiness makes the show a bit harder to handle. But Greg Gutfeld makes up for it! I LOVE him!! Beckel will probably have a stroke or a heart attack on the show one day and they can just shove him off the stage and continue on.
Lucy_Minnesota on January 15, 2012 at 6:58 PM said:

Use your passion and geek expertise to liberate the latent creativity that resides in readers, something that works better than the linear, sequential and fast fading stream of comments (yeah, this is recursive). Comments are writing, but lets have something not as we know it. Writing in this box just feel a little klunky, there must be a better way, make a better blog :)
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Natalie_New_York on January 15, 2012 at 4:23 AM said:

I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.
Gianna_Indiana on January 14, 2012 at 5:01 PM said:

I see two basic options for you: Reduce visibility and do something completely different, or stay visible and continue publishing your own stuff under your own name. All the options you cite can be assigned to one of these two categories. I dearly hope you go with the second option, even though I would totally understand if you decide otherwise.
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Grace_Oregon on January 13, 2012 at 1:29 PM said:

Having said all of that, I wonder if Ande's idea isn't the best (regardless of what format you choose to go with for the blog). If it was still public with no comments, but you cross-posted entries in a private forum, you could allow people to respond and discuss in a controlled/private environment, but still keep the blog itself public. I'm not sure how much extra work that would be for you, but if it was negligible I would say that's the best option for running your site the way you have and seem to love, but keeping the riffraff at bay.
Emily_Ohio on January 13, 2012 at 9:49 AM said:

That’s fine for the House and Senate but for president, there is no way any conservative should vote for either Democrat that will be stuffed down our throats next year. The House is the grand prize. If we had someone like Jim Jordan as Speaker and more than the current 3 reliable conservative senators, the president wouldn’t matter.
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Peyton_North_Dakota on January 12, 2012 at 4:08 AM said:

I like the idea of a private blog if getting the RSS and reading posts was as simple as public. If there are too many hoops just to get notice of and read a single post it will get frustrating.
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