Re: [ICG-D] Re: workmanship juddging form
- I think that's what I did. I replied and pasted the form into the body of the e-mail reply.
Chris AKA Karisu <karisu@...> wrote:
This was an attempt at posting to the ICG-D list? Perhaps try posting
via logging in on Yahoo and doing the Cut'nPaste to a "reply", instead
of using e-mail...
(my machine won't let me post to this list via e-mail for some reason,
and I'm too busy (or lazy) to figure out why, so I always do it via
Yahoo in my browser.)
--- In ICG-D@yahoogroups.com, David Kanoy wrote:
> I didn't attach it. I copied the form and pasted it into the body
of the e-mail. I'm kind of puzzled why it didn't get through. I've
observed others bashing their heads against the no attachments wall so
I'm not going to make that mistake. I guess I've discovered a new way
to screw up. Hooray for me.
> Dave Kanoy
> jayenks wrote:
> I don't see it. Did you attach it to the email? If so, the yahoo
> group won't allow attachment, you'll have to put it in the email text
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> John Hertz...
> Other costumes of note were ... SteveJust a quick word of clarification. My handwritten credits for
> Swope, Catherine Peters, and Toni Narita's "Afternoon Matinee";
"Afternoon Matinee" were misinterpreted, and therefore incorrectly
listed in the masquerade program (and, of course, the material
presented to the judges).
Cathy and I designed, built, and presented the costumes seen on stage,
as recreations of costumes from the "Ultraman" television show.
Tohl Narita (not Toni!) was the designer of the ORIGINAL
Ultraman and Baltan costumes used in the television show.
I've never even met him, but I wanted to acknowledge his
work as a source of inspiration for Cathy's and my costumes.
Unfortunately, this got miscommunicated. One of the SF
periodicals even credited the non-existent "Toni Narita"
for the ENTIRE presentation.
Steve Swope (aka phierma@...)