Re: ... & bulletin (Off topic)
Ellen Gallagher wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jul 1996, Dennis Stoneburner wrote:
> > (snip) Believe it or not
> > folks, members read the minutes of meetings!!!
> Being partially blind, I can't read the present minutes without a
> magnifying glass...I take no position on whether they should be
> printed or not (I feel I haven't been around long enough)...BUT
> if they are printed - for goodness sakes, make the type large
> enough to read without an aid..I can't be the only visually handi-
> capped person in AIS.
> I'm guessing that the tiny print was to satisfy everyone on all
> sides of the issue. Doesn't take up much room, so stop complaining
> about their inclusion....the last issue I saw them (couldn't read
> them)..they were stuck in the back just before the ads. Hardly a
> place for folks to rightly or wrongly see them as having much
> As a newbie, Tom's last post re the Hosta Society made the most sense
> to me.
> Thank you Scott for the clear, crisp typefaces with lots of room
> between lines and paragraphs.
> Ellen Gallagher email@example.com
I'm not partially blind, at least no more than needing reading glasses, but I agree
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