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Re: thin lines are curling and plates too soft

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  • Gerald Lange
    Harold Well then, since I was at it long before you (and gave you a ton of advice), perhaps you are competing against me? Sort of a straw dog though. Or maybe
    Message 1 of 39 , Feb 27, 2009
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      Harold

      Well then, since I was at it long before you (and gave you a ton of
      advice), perhaps you are competing against me? Sort of a straw dog
      though. Or maybe I should start thinking of myself as the alternative
      to...?

      Gerald
      http://BielerPress.blogspot.com



      > We compete Gerald. Simple as that. You sell a competitive product.
      >
      . . .
      >
      > Harold
      >
      >

      > > Harold and I are not in competition. I serve a very small local
      > > community of clients (by default) and can only do a limited amount of
      > > processing and I am certainly not looking to expand on that. I'm the
      > > only guy here and I have lots of other stuff to do during the day.
      > > Harold is a very valuable asset to the letterpress community and we do
      > > business back and forth on a regular basis. Any information he could
      > > provide regarding this phenomenon would certainly benefit us all.
      > >
      > > Gerald
      > > http://BielerPress.blogspot.com
    • Gerald Lange
      Harold Well then, since I was at it long before you (and gave you a ton of advice), perhaps you are competing against me? Sort of a straw dog though. Or maybe
      Message 39 of 39 , Feb 27, 2009
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        Harold

        Well then, since I was at it long before you (and gave you a ton of
        advice), perhaps you are competing against me? Sort of a straw dog
        though. Or maybe I should start thinking of myself as the alternative
        to...?

        Gerald
        http://BielerPress.blogspot.com



        > We compete Gerald. Simple as that. You sell a competitive product.
        >
        . . .
        >
        > Harold
        >
        >

        > > Harold and I are not in competition. I serve a very small local
        > > community of clients (by default) and can only do a limited amount of
        > > processing and I am certainly not looking to expand on that. I'm the
        > > only guy here and I have lots of other stuff to do during the day.
        > > Harold is a very valuable asset to the letterpress community and we do
        > > business back and forth on a regular basis. Any information he could
        > > provide regarding this phenomenon would certainly benefit us all.
        > >
        > > Gerald
        > > http://BielerPress.blogspot.com
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