Many of you WERA Vintage members are also AHRMA members, so I post this to advise you of disturbing happens in our other organization. This also appears here beacuse the unofficial AHRMA bulletin board, administered by AHRMA Trustee Mark Hatten, is not a friendly place to comments objectively critical of AHRMA. It seems some of AHRMA's most outspoken proponents only want to hear one side - their side - and if an alternative view is expressed, or if a controversial subject is raised, it is squelched immediately. Two Sundays ago, October 22, at Barber, the AHRMA Trustees gathered for a "town hall meeting" at which ostensibly any questions could be propounded with the promise of answers. Sounds good. However, that promise did not take long to go unfullfilled. I asked the first question: "How much money has AHRMA spent in its litigation with Rob Iannucci and Team Obsolete?" Answer: "We will not answer that question on advice of counsel." I asked the second question: "I understand AHRMA'a attorneys have filed a motion to withdraw their representation of AHRMA in the Iannucci/Team Obsolete litigation. Why is that?" Answer: "We will not answer that question on advice of counsel." I was not permitted to ask the third question: "If AHRMA's current attorneys seek to fire AHRMA as a client, who represents AHRMA in that effort?" This weekend I learned Dave Lambreth, AHRMA's Executive Director resigned. Last month Rusty Lowery resigned as Secretary. Matt Benson has announced he is leaving the organization. Rumors abound Dave Janic (sp?) is about to resign. People I spoke with at Barber are reticent to run for trustee for fear of personal liability. More to follow to avoid space limitations . . . .