Re: [CR] re: old de rosa value..- market is changing!

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Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 09:40:27 -0600
From: "Mitch Harris" <>
Subject: Re: [CR] re: old de rosa value..- market is changing!
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List, let me apologize immediately for accidentally sending my email to Greg out to the entire list, and how it accidentally results in further political comment. And I apologize to Stephane especially for mentioning him. This is nothing I wouldn't be happy to discuss with Stephane over a drink but not this way over the list.

Mitch Harris Little Rock Canyon, Utah, USA

On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:34 AM, Mitch Harris <> wrot e:
> Off-list:
> Greg, I thought your economic comments were right on and to the point.
> Hadn't occured to me how the current dismal economic situation would
> affect the classic bike market but it's possible/likely that people 50
> and over are a little more likely to retract spending sooner in out of
> caution in response to darkening economic conditions, and that younger
> people would retract more slowly or when forced to by personal
> finances. Too broad a generalization of course but it's making sense
> to me this morning, via Starbucks.
> And your political comment was minimal (one measely reference to the
> current administration) and only what is widely accepted in the
> mainstream anyway. Stephan's weird over-reaction to it is preemptory
> and you have to wonder how the fact that some people are rich makes
> economic news dissappear (?). Seems to me that rich people are as
> aware of the current problems as much as the rest of us. Dale can and
> should shut it down I guess because there's some weird hypervigilence
> out there choosing to be offended by economic observation.
> Mitch Harris
> Provo, Utah
> On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 5:47 PM, <> wrote:
>> You can take things out of context, and ignore all other data, like your
   types often do, but it sounds like you haven't been watching the vintage b icycle market very closely lately, apparently.
>> Greg Parker
>> Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
>> -------------- Original message --------------
>> From: sandranian <>
>> I completely disagree with your assessment as to which way the market is
>> Stephan Andranian
>> Costa Mesa, California (where Democrat votes in the primary actually cou nt) USA
>> wrote:
>> "As a nation, in general, we feel very un-rich right now, mostly due to the disastrous policies of our current Administration."
>> Greg Parker
>> Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
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