A #3 pencil? And does that mean we’ll stop using all of the older products at the end of 2014?
At the moment, there’s absolutely no indication that there’s any possibility that this will happen. The manufacturers have done a pretty decent job of hiding it from us. For instance, all the “Titanium-coated” pencils, which are in my humble opinion the easiest to spot, are actually made of Titanium, as opposed to Lead and Titanium-coated Copper-Nibbed Pens. That’s because the manufacturers knew, or should have known, that nobody would be buying Titanium-coated pens if nobody was going to be using them.
It’s interesting that the Titanium-coated pens have started appearing in 2014 – but a lot of them come from China.
How do you feel about the ink market? What do you think is necessary to preserve the old pencils? Or should people start using new pens in these industries instead?
On September 18, 2005, a group of women took to the streets of the American city of Kansas City to protest the new, “gay rights” law passed by the Republican legislative branch of the state, House Bill 2. On the last Monday of the month, the women marched down Main Street with signs and chants, all of them denouncing the bill, including “You do not have the right to rape my boyfriend, you do not have the right to rape my pregnant friend”. According to the KCMO, the march was peaceful but marchers were targeted by racist demonstrators and had to be protected from the road by local police who “took no action after they had been confronted by people chanting, ‘Go home, motherfucker!'”. On the last Sunday, the women marched to King’s Mall, a small park which had been purchased, and the newly-built, mostly-gay “Pride” festival which had been declared “the gayest in America.” A local reporter reported that “at the end of the Pride festival, as a large crowd gathered around the King’s Mall site, riot police stood at attention and watched as marchers were beaten with sticks and hurled to the pavement.”
A recent study released by the New York Times has concluded that a survey at an estimated 13% of American women surveyed between 1999 and 2004 found that a “small minority of women had engaged in heterosexual intercourse with other women because of their heterosexuality”. Despite this fact, according to an analysis by the Atlantic, “a recent report by
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