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Re: [BKARTS] Leather conditioning



 Now, now, Jack...there are brutish forums online for those inclined to
baiting 
and brawling...this civilised drawing room is for genteel ladies and gents,
so pull up one of our nail-studded, oxblood leather-covered chairs, 
have a sip of fine brandy...and reconsider your impolite expression.....
There now....that's better, see?...A little apology then, eh?



-------Original Message-------
 
From: JP
Date: 05/29/05 20:57:24
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Leather conditioning
 
Here, Here!  I agree!  I thought adults grew out of this type of behavior.
This type of interchange is more suited for the grammer school playground.
And even then it isn't appropriate...........
Jim
 
 
> Jack,
>
> It is very unbecoming in you to resort to character
> assination. Can't you respond in a more civil manner?
>
> Ed
>>
>> Ed, Ed, Ed,
>>
>> While I appreciate that you may have ADD and may not
>> have read
>> all the way through my posting >>
>> They may be used in the restoration of
>> leather-covered furniture,
>> and leather underware, etc., but such artifacts are
>> no longer expected
>> to perform, as such....
>> You may not believe that this is so, and that is
>> your privilege, but
>> the rest of us know you for what you are.
>>
>> Jack
 
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