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Paul Burke
Posted 08/21/2006 10:46:53 AM

Dan, I loved Joe's article. Thanks! Except I did write all of Journey Home on a typewriter – and then when I scanned it into a laptop in 1994 it got so scrambled I mean horribly so - one page just had a giant "s" on it – I had to re-write the whole thing. I had the manuscript so that saved my butt – but it was an opportunity to edit especially the front half of the book since I started it in 1980 when I was 20 - it showed! The back half of the book scanned better because I moved from my brothers ribbon typewriter he took to college with him in 1967 to a swintec electric typewriter bought in the mid 80’s. It had a small memory chip in it for punching out form letters, fancy man! All in all anyone who uses a typewriter is out of their loving mind! Thanks for the laugh! Paul Journey Home the Book Journey Home at MySpace Journey Home Blog

Posted 08/22/2006 02:31:42 PM

If the picture a typewriter to represent is must one already something Fantasie have. But which target must an old model 1940 ago be safe, or?

daniel rubin
Posted 08/24/2006 07:11:48 AM

Be safe, indeed.

Anthony Preziosi
Posted 08/24/2006 07:14:21 PM

America is on dope. It's time to start complaining about the drug companies the way we complain about the oil companies. http://my-sick.blogspot.com/2006/08/take-pill.html

R Moshki
Posted 08/25/2006 03:12:02 PM


Anthony Preziosi
Posted 08/25/2006 07:46:40 PM

"?" Dan asked us to start something in the comments section. Is that so hard to fathom?

Posted 08/31/2006 11:15:46 AM

Don't forget blogday.org is today!