Re: Kodak B&W Paper Discontinued?

From: John ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/15/05-11:31:13 PM Z
Message-id: <17k0yjrcd3ost.1uqj8vll5vlzo$.dlg@40tude.net>

On Wed, 15 Jun 2005 22:17:27 -0600, you wrote:

>>> Earlier, someone posted they had inside information and declined to say
> who.
>>> I will believe it when Kodak announces it; "reliable" inside sources are
>>> often less than reliable.
>>
>> I've known Richard for years and I also know who he is speaking about. I
>> suggest you reconsider.
>
>
> Perhaps, but not everyone knows Richard.

        Ah. So you're new to the list and did not know that Richard has been a
great and valued contributor to this list, the rec.photo USENET groups, the
puresilver mailing list and I'm sure many other venues. I guess that's
understandable.
 
> Which would you prefer? Hearing news from someone you do not know concerning
> a particular company or information directly from the horse's mouth?

        Well what I would prefer has little to do with it but since you asked, I
would like to see some modicum of trust and respect be present when
addressing others on the list. Particularly those who are significant
contributors to these forums and in being such would have been removed long
ago had their information been faulty and unreliable.
 
> So, do not climb on me; I was not out of line.

        Yes you were. You stated

> Earlier, someone posted they had inside information and declined to say who.
> I will believe it when Kodak announces it; "reliable" inside sources are
> often less than reliable.

        I'm not certain of your reference to "someone" but I don't think that
"someone" was letting us know that Kodak was discontinuing all B-&-W
printing papers.
Received on Wed Jun 15 23:31:40 2005

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