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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000823.txt from 2000/04

From: Dave Sandusky <daves@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Obscenity
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 14:50:24 -0400

FWIW, See:

http://mdle.com/dana6d.htm

for " In 1879, Procter and Gamble introduced ivory soap to the
marketplace."

Topper wrote:
>
> At 03:22 PM -0300 4/19/00, Ed & Carol Maurey wrote:
> >In about 1950 my mother washed out my mouth with Ivory Soap. I can still
> >taste it. I can, and still do, occasionally talk like Tony Soprano. I love
> >to remind my good mother of her uninlightened and ineffective child rearing
> >techniques. She totally repressed the incident. It would appear that it
> >"hurt her more than me!"
> >
> >Ed Maurey
>
> In 1921 we didn't have Ivory soap. We had brown soap. So I find it hard to
> sympathize... :-)
>
> Cheers, Leo
>
> http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/leo_g@-----.com/
> "You Take The High Notes" http://helius.carroll.com/p/leo_g/ There is a
> difference between "dealers" and musicians that love not only the sound of
> music but the tools wchich make it possible for people to play music. It's
> important to set things free so they may ultimately find their way to
> their intended parties. I am especially interested in Musical Instrument
> History and technical data. Please email me with interesting links. Thank
> you:-) Leo
>
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