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Re: (IAAC) Obj: Albireo (Beta Cygni) - Inst: 102 mm f/9.8 Achromatic refractor



I had the small crayons because they were 5 cents but had to last for
several additional grades. With the "used" crayons in the second grade I
drew M51 with a full moon to the upper left of M51 with what was left of the
yellow, black, and white crayons......Bob
-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Capestany <oday280@eznet.net>
To: Mike Smith <netastrocatalog-announce@latrade.com>
Date: Thursday, October 08, 1998 5:28 PM
Subject: Re: (IAAC) Obj: Albireo (Beta Cygni) - Inst: 102 mm f/9.8
Achromatic refractor
>Hi Mike
>   I was being funny about the Crayola, When I was a kid we were to poor to
>even have an 8 pack. But I made sure my kids got the biggest set. In fact
they
>are both pretty good artist and can draw or paint anything. Anyway It's
nice
>to know there are still people out there who are willing to teach.
>
>Dark Dies
>Ray
>I guess On 08-Oct-98, Mike Smith wrote:
>>Hi, Ray,
>
>>Oops, sorry, no cultural slight intended.  Crayola is the brand name for
one
>>of the most common crayons...at least back when I was in elementary school
>>in the 50s.  They came in boxes of 8, 16, 24, and on up and were a bit of
a
>>status symbol for the 8-and-under set back in those innocent, pre-Sputnik
>>times.  I remember being enormously impressed when a classmate turned up
>>with a box of 64.  It had all sorts of exotic colors I'd never heard of
>>before.  Until then, I'd always thought that red was...well, just red.
How
>>little did I know!
>
>>Cheers,
>
>>Mike Smith
>>Boulder  CO
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Ray Capestany <oday280@eznet.net>
>>To: Mike Smith <netastrocatalog-announce@latrade.com>
>>Date: Wednesday, October 07, 1998 3:07 PM
>>Subject: Re: (IAAC) Obj: Albireo (Beta Cygni) - Inst: 102 mm f/9.8
>>Achromatic refractor
>
>
>>>Whats Crayola
>>>
>>>
>
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