gheskett at shentel.net
Mon Aug 13 19:25:06 UTC 2018
On Monday 13 August 2018 14:23:30 Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:41:55 -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> I'm using bogofilter for my MUAs (no privat mail server, hence I
> prefer POP accounts, over fishy off-line IMAP).
We are two of a kind, and imap as done by my isp using dovecot, is a
pita, ignoring fetchmails pop3 commands to delete downloaded mail. So I
still have to log in at least daily and delete from 250 to north of a
thousand read emails every day, using firefox.
> Sometimes I completely
> block addresses by using the ISP's filters. However, I suspect that
> the OP's intention isn't to send spam.
I suspect he thinks he has found a new advertising medium thats almost
free, but to me, its spam the instant the price "only x euro's" shows
up. He can't possible ship such a bulky product across the small pond at
the quoted price, to me in WV, USA. So its spam to me.
Plus I can make it, if I was of a mind to, for 20% if my labor is free
and theres no "finish by" deadline. But I tend to do furniture pieces
out of prettier, lots more pricy woods. Cherry, mahogany, walnut, white
ash, ebony etc. And those except for the ebony, are of the lower cost
pretty woods. Gabon Ebony is pricy stuff, so you use little bits and
pieces for trim, as seen in a Green & Green built piece, or even whole
But I'm guarding my supply of white ash since theres no more of it
standing, the ash borer beetle has wiped it out in the last 2 decades
over on this side of the pond. I currently have 5 slabs of it, native
sized 2x8's about 6 feet long, clamped to a steel frame to make it dry
without any great twist. Takes about 5 years, in a shed with a good roof
and just enough heat to stay above the dew point in colder seasons. Air
dried mahogany has to be searched for, most wood peddlers seem to think
kiln dried, setting the warpage into it forever is ok. They need beat
about the brow with a big piss elm club, ruining good wood like that.
However, this rant is now a change of subject and off topic.
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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