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    TheParser is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: class of our own

    Symaa and Unpakwon:

    I am so excited that you are interested in the history of The Times. I am afraid to

    talk more about it because I am afraid that the moderator will move this thread to

    another forum. If you google, you will find tons of material. Of course, start with

    Wikipedia. I will close this brief note with something that may or may not be true:

    In the olden days, newspapers were printed on good paper. Supposedly, sometimes

    when The Times arrived at the homes of rich and powerful people, the butler would

    press the pages with a hot iron to make sure that the pages were perfectly flat!!!

    I do not dare write more. The moderators want us to discuss only "in a class of its/his/

    her own."


    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
    Symaa and Unpakwon:

    I am so excited that you are interested in the history of The Times. I am afraid to

    talk more about it because I am afraid that the moderator will move this thread to

    another forum. If you google, you will find tons of material. Of course, start with

    Wikipedia. I will close this brief note with something that may or may not be true:

    In the olden days, newspapers were printed on good paper. Supposedly, sometimes

    when The Times arrived at the homes of rich and powerful people, the butler would

    press the pages with a hot iron to make sure that the pages were perfectly flat!!!

    I do not dare write more. The moderators want us to discuss only "in a class of its/his/

    her own."


    James
    Thank you very much sir James for your continual help and worthy informations. Really I like your answers and your replies because you simplify everything, furthermore, I learn from you new vocabularies.
    You deserve more than "Thanks", I believe if you are a teacher you will immediately have great, ineffable success with your students.

    Best regards

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