Re: [CR]Frame building blather


Example: Framebuilders:Pino Morroni
From: <MSCTROSE@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 13:40:16 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]Frame building blather
To: rocklube@adnc.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


In a message dated 10/16/03 10:27:03 AM, rocklube@adnc.com writes:


> I can't see how people with keener eyes
> and a greater appreciation for frames and framebuilding is a bad thing. Am I
> wrong?
>
>

No you are not. Most folks don't appreciate art and the talent and the time it takes to perfect it.

On another note, I don't think Curt was disagreeing with you, he was just stating that you have your views and Steve has his, and that's ok. To me, the agenda issue is that some people "might" perceive that you have an interest in this subject because framebuilding is how you make your living, and Steven does not make his living that way (to my knowledge). For me, I can separate what you have to say from what you do. You are just stating your knowledge of framebuilding. Beautiful.

PS I often run into the same issue when I talk about health care, spines, nerves, etc(I am a chiropractor in Encinitas), and people think I am trying to get business. I am not, I am plenty busy. If I am too busy I can't ride my bike :0) The subject that I am an expert in came up in conversation and I was just giving information to those who had less info or were misinformed. That's all.

Mark Rosenberg
howtostretch.com
Carlsbad, CA