No buyers, so, it'll never be for sale again. I'll put it back with the rest of my collection of love letters...Ha!...her letter is just an appropriate thank you note for my building of a replacement fork for her bike in 1992. There's no mention at all of her observed shrinkage of me in my skin suit.
Madison, Wisconsin USA
> From: Joe Starck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
\r?\n> Subject: [CR] Rebecca Twigg memento for sale:
\r?\n> To: email@example.com
\r?\n> Date: Thursday, January 27, 2011, 3:49 PM
\r?\n> Laddies, gladdies, baddies, caddies,
\r?\n> and daddies -- who've I left out? -- not the Australian
\r?\n> framebuilder, who fav's the red as much or more as I do,
\r?\n> I've had me a half bottle o' cabernet see, just right nowso
\r?\n> -- a demi or a semi monthly occurrance? I forget -- and I
\r?\n> also happened to be a-diggin' amongst me personals see, and
\r?\n> lo and behold, as I held it in my hand, the first thought
\r?\n> that entered my mind was, that one o' youse bloody bike aces
\r?\n> would shirley fancy the pleasure of proclaiming, in yer best
\r?\n> docent demeanor, "This here is a letter written to Joe
\r?\n> Starck, from Rebecca Twigg."
\r?\n> It's got flowery borders, and if I knew my stationary from
\r?\n> my Aunt who'd be my Uncle if she had balls, I'd cough up
\r?\n> some accurate descriptive details of this letter's paper,
\r?\n> but I'll leave that to Ole Shiffer, cuz I happens to know he
\r?\n> knows his crocus from his sharmin better than I do.
\r?\n> Dated "May 26, 1993," this letter is. Yours for $50. $50.01
\r?\n> if you are Ernst.
\r?\n> Joe Starck
\r?\n> Madison, Wisconsin USA
\r?\n> -Joe asks the Chief a legal Q: