Bravo, James!Say, would that green paper be from Maine ??Fisher makes great pens. I've visited their factory, during a travel through Chicago. Space pens are used by NASA. And you are hip to the anti-gravity side of graphite writing. Way to go! And big-time way to go on your book!!
Thanks and yes, the paper came from your generous self.
Your entry is under review by editors.typestolgia (n.) - A nostalgia for old manual and electric typewriters as well as the sound of typewriting on such machines "I like my computer with its sleek keyboard, of course, but I must say, I also harbor a personal typestolgia for the old days of manual typewriters and electric typewriters."-- overheard at a watercooler in Manhattan, May 15, 2010 by typewriter101 on May 21, 2010 tags: books, chapters, type, writing, life
Hey, James! This typecast just inspired me to pick up a pack of minty green paper perfect for typing at Staples! Look out for it on my blog! By the way, check the blog for a story I did on Cambridge Typewriter! I went there as a birthday present (I live in NJ), and it was amazing! Tom just so happened to have an SG-1 there, and it's everything you said it was. WOW! I'm also going to be getting a Hermes Ambassador, which is Hermes' equivalent to the SG-1, even sporting a paper-feed lever on the side! Plus, it's got that classic Hermes mint green color as well, which perfectly matches this paper! And it's got a typeface very similar to Times New Roman on it, or the Congressional typeface on Olympia machines! It's called "Director Elite."