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Chris Michielssen (aka hcmbanjo) has put up a Patreon page to support his blog. I pledged a buck a month.

If you've gotten as much out of his blog as I have (i.e.: completely learning about how to build rockets again after a 35 year hiatus), I'd encourage you to consider supporting it as well.

I am unaffiliated, just thought I'd put this out there.
 

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Not sure which part is unclear, but: Patreon is a mechanism to make it easy to financially support folks whose work you appreciate. If interested, follow the link in the first post, otherwise ignore.

The Rocketry Show podcast also has one going.
 

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It's like an online tin cup sitting in front of a hobo playing a banjo.....
 

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It's like an online tin cup sitting in front of a hobo playing a banjo.....
For what it's worth, supporting Chris's rocketry blog might lead to him playing banjo less often! :)

Chris spends a lot of time working on the blog. And, he's quite the model builder. If you haven't visited https://modelrocketbuilding.blogspot.com/ yet, you should. And, if you find it useful, consider contributing.

-- Roger
 
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I stop by his blog once a day to pick up good build tips and find out what's new in the rocket world.
A buck a month is dirt cheap for the information you can get.
 

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Chris spends a lot of time working on the blog. And, he's quite the model builder. If you haven't visited https://modelrocketbuilding.blogspot.com/ yet, you should. And, if you find it useful, consider contributing.
That about sums it up. Although it occurs to me now that Chris's blog is mostly LPR-focused, so the HPR guys might not be as aware or interested.

Anyway, it's no big deal either way. Contribute if you want, don't if you don't. I was just trying to spread a little awareness.
 
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Not sure which part is unclear, but: Patreon is a mechanism to make it easy to financially support folks whose work you appreciate. If interested, follow the link in the first post, otherwise ignore.

The Rocketry Show podcast also has one going.
I understand the patronage portion- I had no idea who.

Maybe I should do it for rocketry files.
 

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Let me know when...

He can pick a banjo...

While spray painting...

An Arcas with his toes...

I'd buy that for a dollar...

Kid:cool:
 
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