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Mike Moris

Wanted to jump in and say hello. Since having 2 kids I have taken bodybuilding/powerlifting/collecting more serious. I'm learning to appreciate the history of bb.. I was born in '81 so I didnt grow up with the York passion but the more I read the more it intrigues me. Look forward to learning more history and will see you around.

Mike

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Joe Roark

Welcome to ironhistory, where indeed we specialize in history as opposed to opinion and myth and hero worship. Hopefully you will enjoy it here, Mike.

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Bob Hornick

Mike,....As a member from the Lone Star State I welcome you from the Garden State. I've had some good connections to the Garden State of New Jersey over the years, Police men and women and the Jacksons, Andy & Mae of the Jackson Barbell Co.

Enjoy your time here Mike.... :)

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Mike Moris

Thanks for the replies..

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jim eckhardt

Hi Mike, nice to see you here, a great place to learn and enjoy the iron history, Plus many friendly and diverse members.

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Jarett Hulse

Welcome, I was born in 1980, so always nice to see someone younger then me on here.

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Paul Quinn

Mike,

Welcome to IH. Lots of interesting information on the old iron and physical culture on this web site so enjoy.

Paul Quinn

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jimmy coull

Great to see that you made it over here Mike, you've got the wide flanges to start the collection, lol. BTW, I'm a NJ expatriate now living in NC.

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Mike Moris

Thanks guys and nice to see another familiar face.

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Michael Fallon

Welcome to the forum, Mike. Two kids are a handful. Good luck with the training!!!

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Mike Moris

Uploaded some pics to my gallery. Yesterday I made two pick ups in NY, all York.

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Mike Moris

Uploaded some pics to my gallery. Yesterday I made two pick ups in NY, all York.

NICE!

The question is....

When will you have "enough"? :P

I must admit, I'm not to familiar with "enough".. Since March I have picked up 2000lbs of Ivanko Revolvers, it's madness.

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Mike Moris

Added some York and Ivanko pron. :)

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Mike Moris

I don't know.. Love at first sight? I have a bad habit of liking expensive things. I know now how to control it. I don't see Ivanko as collectible per se. I have my plates and I'm done. York collecting.... We know that road. Though if I went down that road I would have done well. I've had at least 3k lbs of milled plates among other.. Farm picking. ;)

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Wes Rittenhouse

Welcome Mike, I know several people who started out collecting one make but ended up with a vast assortment of cool stuff or found a new interest in other makes. Maybe your on that path

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Mike Moris

Seems like it. Now if I could only double my property size and make a huge barn appear.

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Mike Moris

Seems like it. Now if I could only double my property size and make a huge barn appear.

There is always the kitchen! :P

IM not even sure how to go about explaining that one. Worth a shot. :)

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