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10802Re: Letterpress Economy Informal Poll

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  • Gerald Lange
    May 9, 2009
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      Peter

      Maybe better than sloganism, just tell it the way it is. You'll have much better clients.

      Gerald

      --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, Peter Fraterdeus <peterf@...> wrote:
      >
      > back to the topic, (which is not that far from printing m0n3y*,
      > actually, given the economic subject), perhaps a new Letterpress
      > Printers Assn marketing campaign is in order!
      >
      > "Exercise ALL your senses! Letterpress, the way Nature intended..."
      >
      > "Letterpress - Anything else just falls flat!"
      >
      > "You deserve better than fast and flat: Letterpress printing - Good
      > for the Economy!"
      >
      > Well, anyway....
      >
      > P
      >
      >
      > * don't want the Sercet Srevice to get any idears...
      >
      > On 9 May 2009, at 11:51 AM, Lance Williams wrote:
      >
      > > Probably would not work in the modern economy, since printed money is
      > > used less and less every day. Now that you can even purchase fast
      > > food
      > > on a credit card, it is only a matter of time before we all have
      > > electronic wallets that don't even have currency, just instant
      > > access to
      > > our funds. Even welfare systems in most states have gone to a type of
      > > debit card for money distributed...
      > >
      > > But, we are digressing and getting off topic, so I think its best to
      > > stop the discussion here... As a moderator of this
      > > Group, I don't want to be pushing the rules too far myself <grin>.
      > >
      > > - Lance Williams
      > > Williams Stationery Co.
      > > Camden, New York
      > > APA #785
      > >
      > > (Coming to you from the North Shore of O'ahu
      > > Travel blog: http://hawaii.kadetstationery.com)
      >
      > Peter Fraterdeus
      > Exquisite Letterpress
      > http://slowprint.com/
      >
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