"The night has been long
  ditto, ditto my song"

I am very grateful for being reminded of the ditto.

And that, in turn, has reminded me of the day in 1950 when I became a 
publisher, having acquired a "planograph" jelly duplicator, also known as a 

As for the gentleman - the one who objects to music being discussed on 
ARSCLIST - who hasn't turned on the telly for five years; he's too busy 
watching videos on his computer.


From: "Lou Judson" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 3:05 PM
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Pressing Plant on TV "Modern Marvels Retro-tech"

> No different from people saying vinyl when they talk about 78  records! 
> Mimeo and ditto are subsets of the same type of mechanism,  and 
> indistinguishable to the masses. As would be a diamond disc and  some 
> other kind of antique records.
> Personally I haven't turned on a television in over five years. They  are 
> never worthwhile. Never. (opinion!)
> <L>
> On Aug 14, 2010, at 7:24 PM, Michael Biel wrote:
>  Leah just spotted a program on History International channel which  will 
> be repeated at 2 AM.  It has a scene in a vinyl pressing plant,  and now 
> is discussing the typewriter and the mimeograph machine--with  some 
> jackass talking about blue fingers and the sweet smell.  That's  the DITTO 
> machine you stupid excuse for a jerk.  WHY do I ever think  these programs 
> are worthwhile.  WHY?
> Mike Biel  [log in to unmask]