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#1 fountainpenlady

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 15:01

Massdrop Platinum "Mix Free" Ink Missing Kit being offered:

 

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 16:16

Oh goody, just what I need, more ink :wallbash: :wallbash: :wallbash:


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 19:59

Oh goody, just what I need, more ink :wallbash: :wallbash: :wallbash:

See this is my 30 step program. I empathize, with you, I am in the same place ink-wise. I have many, many inks now to last several months or years; still, I have ordered more sample inks, which are on the way to me.

So, Massdrop sends me notice of drops, this was one sent to me. This is one of three I am sharing, which I do not need to participate in under no circumstances.

 

Among other elements of this self-designed program, sharing Massdrops for others here on FPN. What does it do for me?? No affiliations, not being paid at all for anything. However, I am not alone in my suffering; I have plenty of company; I am not responsible, since I am just passing along information and the direct links.

Finally, saves ME multiple headaches. :lticaptd: :lticaptd: :lticaptd:


Edited by fountainpenlady, 17 March 2015 - 20:02.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:20

See this is my 30 step program. I empathize, with you, I am in the same place ink-wise. I have many, many inks now to last several months or years; still, I have ordered more sample inks, which are on the way to me.

So, Massdrop sends me notice of drops, this was one sent to me. This is one of three I am sharing, which I do not need to participate in under no circumstances.

 

Among other elements of this self-designed program, sharing Massdrops for others here on FPN. What does it do for me?? No affiliations, not being paid at all for anything. However, I am not alone in my suffering; I have plenty of company; I am not responsible, since I am just passing along information and the direct links.

Finally, saves ME multiple headaches. :lticaptd: :lticaptd: :lticaptd:

 

I think there should be pop up that comes on the screen every time we log on - it could say -

Abandon Hope Ye Who Logon/Enter Here!


“Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today, because if you do it today and like it, you can do again tomorrow!”


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:31

 

I think there should be pop up that comes on the screen every time we log on - it could say -

Abandon Hope Ye Who Logon/Enter Here!

Too late. Did you see the Massdrop I shared for the Franklin-Christophe journals? Well, just got in on the Mass drop for them. I guess this is similar to the diet people start on January 1st, only to be abandoned about this time. Guess there is always tomorrow and hopefully a Massdrop which does not interest me. There would have to be more than that warning on the screen for some of us, perhaps a countdown, then a black screen for certain length of time. It may not delay the inevitable, but at least we could pause before pressing the keys to our inevitable virtual destruction by this passion's delights! :lticaptd:


Edited by fountainpenlady, 18 March 2015 - 02:32.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:48

Too late. Did you see the Massdrop I shared for the Franklin-Christophe journals? Well, just got in on the Mass drop for them. I guess this is similar to the diet people start on January 1st, only to be abandoned about this time. Guess there is always tomorrow and hopefully a Massdrop which does not interest me. There would have to be more than that warning on the screen for some of us, perhaps a countdown, then a black screen for certain length of time. It may not delay the inevitable, but at least we could pause before pressing the keys to our inevitable virtual destruction by this passion's delights! :lticaptd:

 

 I was on another site and saw a couple of vintage pens that I wanted (not the bay). I emailed the seller that I wanted the two pens. Fairly quickly he responded to tell me that the one I really, really wanted was gone and did I want the other one. It was soooooo difficult to say thank you, no and then stick with it.

 

It's not like I need another pen or ink or paper. I have about 50-75 old third tier pens waiting to be resacced and maybe a bit of nib polishing so that I can sell them, make some money and but something I really want.

 

Well, at least I am a pen user - 20,000+ pages of journals can testify to that!!


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:50

Fort Hood, right?


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:58

 

 I was on another site and saw a couple of vintage pens that I wanted (not the bay). I emailed the seller that I wanted the two pens. Fairly quickly he responded to tell me that the one I really, really wanted was gone and did I want the other one. It was soooooo difficult to say thank you, no and then stick with it.

 

It's not like I need another pen or ink or paper. I have about 50-75 old third tier pens waiting to be resacced and maybe a bit of nib polishing so that I can sell them, make some money and but something I really want.

 

Well, at least I am a pen user - 20,000+ pages of journals can testify to that!!

Same here. I am looking at an entire basket of blank journals. Even my keeping two at a time is not putting a dent in my collection and I am going to be getting 2 more. I am going to send one to my grandson. Wish he used plain/unlined. He is in NYC and upon calling him, he said he prefers lines. Oh well. to each....


Edited by fountainpenlady, 18 March 2015 - 02:58.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:03

Fort Hood, right?

No, I have to smile. I thought so also. Many years ago, I was stationed at Fort Hood and could walk to their telepad, or where they kept their helicopters, etc. I loved the sight of them all lined up like they were in formation. Well, no actually Fort Bragg is the largest installation, believe Fort Hood is either two or three on the list. I just sent my grandson my old field jacket with my insignia of First Calvary Division. It is one of the very old ones which was solid green. Do you believe not only can he fit it, says it is loose like he likes it. He is 16 years old and he dresses in boots. Well, he just got it earlier this evening, I mailed it to him. He immediately put it on. He also went to the store with it on. He may not take it off to sleep. He has been told to not sleep in it, yet I think he will probably be sleeping in the field jacket. :lticaptd:


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 04:04

Sounds interesting. Would like to "chat" a bit more as you sound like an interesting person as well.BUT, as Groucho said, "Hello, I must be going."

 

In this case it is because I have a meeting in a few hours - around 7:00 so it's time to settle in for the evening.


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 05:01

Sounds interesting. Would like to "chat" a bit more as you sound like an interesting person as well.BUT, as Groucho said, "Hello, I must be going."

 

In this case it is because I have a meeting in a few hours - around 7:00 so it's time to settle in for the evening.

Well, hoping your meeting goes well. I came back simply to post this response. I am a wee morning owl, if there is such a thing. Love the wee hours of the morning. And, truly I am pooped. 2nd week of my walking program; made it 6 times around a small track. First time I did it, even though I had to stop several times. One step at a time....

 

Well, here is another Groucho quote for your day ahead:

 
Here's hoping today is your day! Be Well.

Edited by fountainpenlady, 18 March 2015 - 05:04.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 12:38

 

Well, hoping your meeting goes well. I came back simply to post this response. I am a wee morning owl, if there is such a thing. Love the wee hours of the morning. And, truly I am pooped. 2nd week of my walking program; made it 6 times around a small track. First time I did it, even though I had to stop several times. One step at a time....

 

Well, here is another Groucho quote for your day ahead:

 
Here's hoping today is your day! Be Well.

 

 

Actually everyday is my day. In fact, I decided a couple of weeks ago that EVERYDAY is my Birthday. One of my favorite authors wrote, "Every problem has a gift attached to it. We seek out the problems because we want the gifts."

 

I'll share more later in an IM

 

And great morning to you as well. BTW, the meeting went very well. And thank you for the good wishes.


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