RE: good source for UV tubes?

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/15/04-10:35:41 AM Z
Message-id: <a06020404bc2c6f954079@[130.127.230.212]>

Judy Seigel wrote:

>
>Different planets it may be, but I think it's the Falso Memory Syndrome
>planet because you are confusing me with some other greenhaired gorgeous
>brilliant creature, AND HERE I SHALL SHOUT as an aide memoire, because
>BOTH THOSE THINGS ARE IDEAS I HAVE SEVERAL TIMES ABSOLUTELY DENIED AND
>REFUTED. IN FACT THE VERY IDEA OF PUTTING DICHROMATE IN DEVELOPING WATER
>MAKES ME SWOON... So, HOW DARE YOU SIR !! Really, Sandy, that is
>very very bad of you... Next thing you'll be saying I said the best part
>of photo history is Paul Anderson's Great Gum Pigment Ratio test !!!
>
>Still, I'm a kindly soul and know you have a lot on your mind there on
>planet FMS, so let me repeat...
>
>I have said several times on the list and told my students and probably
>also in writing going back to 1995 that I didn't find adding dichromate to
>VDB in any way, shape or form of any use at all, that it made exposure
>excruciatingly slow, & worse yet, stripped the highlights and coarsened
>the texture. I also have said explicitly, both in print and on the list,
>that I have used FOUR YEAR OLD DICHROMATE SOLUTION and found it fine,
>except possibly about 20% slower (hmmm... maybe The 20% POWER surge was
>off that day ?).
>
>grrrrrrr,
>
>Judy

Hi Judy,

Well, someone sure has FMS.

However, I do indeed have a lot on my mind right now and will have to
let this matter rest, at least for the moment.

Sandy
Received on Thu Jan 15 10:36:15 2004

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