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[BKARTS] Let's not get our speedos in a knot.

I didn't say it was "old," which it's not, actually. I said it was "old-
fashioned," which is an adjective implying that certain qualities of 
this blackboard (not necessarily its color or material) are relatively 
unfashionable by comparison with the present. Among those qualities I 
specifically mentioned the little movable panels.

In my days, Sonny, we learned to read a text before responding to it, 
cough, cough. That makes me old. And avant-garde as well.

> Sorry to inform you that genuine, "old fashioned" blackboards were 
> and made out of slate, a sedimentary rock formation.  Yours seems to 
> "middle fashioned" to me.

Paul T Werner, New York

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