Re: Dots of gum?

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/19/05-03:18:17 AM Z
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Judy Seigel wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Feb 2005, Katharine Thayer wrote:
> > Well, this would all make sense except for one problem: it seems to rest
> > on an assumption that a continuous tone negative doesn't print as well
> > in gum as a negative made of dots, which I would have to dispute on the
> > basis of my own experience.
> I'm in a state currently where I have trouble remembering this morning,
> let alone what I said last week (not senility, I believe, just overload),
> but I think this has been taken a step further than my meaning. (And note
> my final, "If the premise is true.")

?? I think in turn my answer was taken farther than my meaning. I did
note your "if the premise is true" and I completely understood you to be
simply stating the hypothetical argument that might explain the premise,
if the premise were true. I was simply saying in response that in my
experience, the premise isn't true. I don't see anything in this to
bristle at; certainly no offense was meant.
Received on Mon Feb 21 12:15:11 2005

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