I picked up about 40 pcs of walnut full 1 x 6-8" x 8' unfinished and
60 pcs or cedar 1 x 6-8" x 8' also unfinished. I do not know much
about their specific species. They've been stored sticked in my
basement for about 3.5 years. I expected to make something out of
them in my semi-retirement, but ....well it's been 3.5 years.
I picked it up at auction for a pretty reasonable amount, and I'm
willing to part with it all. I need the space back. I'm in Chicago.
If anyone is around and wants to take a look, please e-mail me back.
I'd hate to see it go unused.
I've replied to your address 3 times and it keeps getting bounced
back. Send me a phone number or e-mail address that works and I'll be
happy to respond, AGAIN!
On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 23:08:31 +0000, email@example.com
(Robert Bonomi) wrote:
My apologies. You're absolutely right. My anti-spam filters were
cutting in, because the mail came through a 'yahoo.com' server, and the
sender address was _not_ a yahoo address.
Inbound mail for 'sbcglobal.net' is handled by 'prodigy.net' -- who'd a
thunk it, that outbound mail would be via yahoo.com servers? <wry grin>
I've had _4_ domains (AOL,Hotmail, Yahoo, and Netscape) that commonly
showed up as bogus senders (or allowed mail through their systems with
dishonest sender lines) subjected to 'special treatment' (cross-checking
the 'from' address, and the source mailserver) for a number of years. this
is the _first_ time that that handling has let me down.
Tasty stuff, no doubt. Our eastern white (T occidentalis) is also
considered tasty. Sort of funny when the tourists notice the browse line
along the side of the road, but tough to get new growth past the line, given
that everyone who doesn't have them around loves Bambi, and I don't mean
with proper spices....
I keep three strands electrified around my peas, but can't spare it for the
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