Re: Noname critical of AAROFLEX at OSU

From: aaroflex (
Date: Wed Apr 07 1999 - 04:32:14 EEST

Dear Bob & RPML,

I agree with you that the family be kept private, however Dan is a single person
who should be responsible for his
actions. I see no posting from you of his behavior. What do you think of his
actions? What would you do should
someone speak of your business as he did of AAROFLEX, Inc.?

Kind Regards,
Albert C. Young
AAROFLEX, Inc. wrote:

> In a message dated 4/6/99 5:12:14 PM Central Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << Noname @ DSL3266@AOL.COM who posted the earlier message is Dan S. Lark,
> salesman for 3D Systems, Inc. who lives at 3124 S. Woodard Blvd. in
> Tulsa, Oklahoma 74105 with Phone #918-747-9512. He missed the sale to
> OSU because they purchased an AAROFLEX machine. He called OSU and told
> them they better send the machine back to AAROFLEX Inc. or he was
> bringing a truck to confiscate the machine because it was infringing on
> 3D patents, but he never came. This is what we contend with all over
> the nation where rumors and untrue stories are told about AAROFLEX, Inc.
> or me. Dan (DSL3266@AOL.COM), thank you for coming out from the dark
> just a little and revealing the true nature of my competition.
> Sincerely,
> Albert C. Young, Jr., P.E. >>
> I feel this thread is in particularly bad taste. If someone posted my home
> address and phone number on a public forum maliciously it would be worth the
> cost of an airline ticket to me to remind them of the error in their ways
> personally. This world is very dangerous and I would not want my family
> needlessly exposed. Please keep this forum on a professional level.
> Thank you
> Bob Morton
> Fusion Engineering

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