Re: Judy Seigel Ruined My Day!

From: PhotoGecko ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/19/04-10:41:39 PM Z
Message-id: <002501c43e24$c1793f30$8afa0246@JWCdell8200>

So, I don't recall anybody asking Judy Why?

. . . Why is #9/10 the last issue (or issues)?

I don't recall anything in the list, or in the issue(s) either, which would
give a hint as to why living scholarship (re alt process, anyway) must die.

Curious minds want to know.

John Campbell
PhotoGecko Studios and Gallery
1413 S 1st Street
Austin (by Gawd!) Texas 78704

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mentioned in this electronic communication.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Judy Seigel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: Judy Seigel Ruined My Day!

> On Sun, 16 May 2004, steves wrote:
> > Gosh, I got my copy a day late, and all those short dollars, too.
Aren't we
> > gonna get a number 10? Pleeeease!!!
> Actually, Steve, I forgot to mention that this was a double issue, #9 & 10
> together.... Fifty-six pages, plus the 4 page Sources & Services insert
> comes to 60 pages, but I crammed so much into every page -- notice how the
> type is smaller and the leading tighter than usual, even the margins got
> shaved... so it's actually more than 60 pages. If I weren't such a sport,
> I'd charge extra....
> meanwhile, thanks for caring,
> J.
Received on Wed May 19 22:42:21 2004

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