Are you trying to imply that Bay Area Dave, BAD DAVE of all people, ripped
something off from a web site, failed to give proper attribution of the
source, and then tried to fool people into thinking he actually had
something useful to contribute?
Unfathomable, surely. He must be the person who wrote the text featured on
the source web site. Yes, certainly, that's the only explanation that
makes sense. Our beloved Dave would never do such an unthinkable thing
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
if I was trying to fool you, do you think I'd have cut/pasted the entire
passage in it's original form? sigh. anyone with half their brain tied
behind their back (and NOT on pain killers) would know that I couldn't
possibly have typed all info myself.
Disagree. Rather have a sticker that would draw away moisture, helping
prevent sticker stain. That's why you use dry wood for stickers.
Something non-porous like acrylic would tend to keep the contact area moist,
Also, it's not effective to end coat any wood you get from the yard, the
checks are already established, unless it is absolutely freshly trimmed at
the ends. That's why they cut it long - more cost effective.
The basic requirements for stickers are that they be straight, flat, and dry.
Acrylic meets all of those requirements.
The best air circulation is achieved with a sticker thickness around 1" (3/4"
is OK). Having a specific thickness is less important than making sure that
all of your stickers are the *same* thickness.
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
How come we choose from just two people to run for president and 50 for Miss
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