8470Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: buying old type
- Oct 3, 2007Nothing offends me unless it's meant to, and then I wonder if being
offensive was the sole purpose of the response, and if so, that offends me!
To your point:
What was the life expectancy of comparable workers in other industries at
the same time? How big was the sample and are the samples restricted to
location? Is there a comparison between the country printshop and the city
printshop? Is there a separation between print factory workers (rather than
printers) and print foundry workers? What were the figures for other foundry
workers outwith the print industry? How do these figures relate to the
introduction of Linotype and Monotype machines into printshops - are there
pre and post Lino and Mono figures for comparison?
Of course there's more questions; what gets into the body and how it gets
there is the issue, along with stopping it from getting there. You know
that, so don't try bullshitting me!
Looking forward to seeing you next week.
36 Bow Street
Oldham OL1 1SJ England
On 3/10/07 10:45, "Gerald Lange" <Bieler@...> wrote:
> The average life of a printer in the very early years of the 20th
> century was 23 years old. This has to do with industrial conditions.
> Don't you think this is food for thought? I actually have a very
> intense collection of books relating to industrial/health practices.
> If I tell you you are full of shit would you be offended?
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