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Galen Leather's/Walden Woodworkers' Noteboard


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If the greater putative of this portable desk - of mahogany, as mine is, or of walnut, as is the preferment of many - is the tang of its somptuosité as opposed to the tawdry affability of our contemporary polymers, it also is putative of a more niche utility - that of a library furniture of utility in a private library (this being denotive of not necessarily a room so delineated; rather, a collection, not necessarily a Yates Thompson's, nor a Graham Greene's), quite as unfailing and quite as crisp an indispensability as shelves themselves. The integument of this can, as can its Chicago screws, ladle trade paperbacks and certain hardbacks as fondly as they can notebooks (head-stapled or otherwise) of A5 or more diminutive proportions. The grotto ordinalis of the pattern on the example I received is gently hermetic, while the pen rest in toto does suffice to cradle my 149. It is, all things brought to the boughs, to not be denied as an inadmissible that the Customs may charge varyingly up to forty percent - this does not, however, diminishes the note board's equipoise of attributes.

 

 

 

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Must confess, I've overtly enjoyed your wondrous review.

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2 hours ago, txomsy said:

Must confess, I've overtly enjoyed your wondrous review.

 

You are very kind. 

 

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Not only is the review great, the vocabulary is sesquipedalian.

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

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1 hour ago, amberleadavis said:

Not only is the review great, the vocabulary is sesquipedalian.

 

 

Thanks Amber.   Just as I thought I was done looking up words while reading this review, you come in with the most fulgurous of words for me to look up!  (FYI, for those of us who rode the short bus to school and view climb 3/4's of the way up the left side of the IQ bell curve as the intellectual equal to a climb up Everest, this is a review of a notepad holder.)

"Life is too short to use boring ink!" - JPMH

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43 minutes ago, HauntedMyst said:

 

 

Thanks Amber.   Just as I thought I was done looking up words while reading this review, you come in with the most fulgurous of words for me to look up!  (FYI, for those of us who rode the short bus to school and view climb 3/4's of the way up the left side of the IQ bell curve as the intellectual equal to a climb up Everest, this is a review of a notepad holder.)

 

You have totally made me laugh and look up fulgurous!

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

Create a Ghostly Avatar and I'll send you a letter. Check out some Ink comparisons: The Great PPS Comparison 

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I wonder how many of the words people have been tossing around will end up (or have ended up) on the "Grandiloquent Word of the Day" (a friend of mine -- who has recently been going "squeee!" over the 1911 KoP Wicked Witch pen on FB, since it fits his love of Sailor pens with his love of purple -- often reposts some of their offerings.

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"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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