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#17462
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Just to chime in: let them go the way of the dodo. We use a cloth covered table anyway.
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#17463
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Just to chime in: let them go the way of the dodo. We use a cloth covered table anyway.
I like them; they make moving sets on a smooth tabletop easier, so there.

(Man this thread scared me; I didn't look at the date and when I saw that post from...a certain sombody...I got worried...!)
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#17464
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
(Man this thread scared me; I didn't look at the date and when I saw that post from...a certain sombody...I got worried...!)
I did the same thing !!! And the little girl voice in my adult male head was saying "Heee's Baaa-aaaackkkkk !!!!!" ;)
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#17465
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Sorry about that. I just though I'd add my opinion to the appropriate thread.
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#17466
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
NP either way, FritsK.

If a subject hasn't been touched on for a long time, there is no reason not to revive it in a new thread. Not only is it possible that people who joined the forum after the last post might not have had a chance to chime in, it is also possible that those who did weigh in might have new thoughts on the matter.

tDD makes a good point about it being easier to move a set-up with bow-ties in place, but you can get the same ease of movement by setting up on a piece of fabric or a large sheet of paper or cardboard.
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#17467
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
(Man this thread scared me; I didn't look at the date and when I saw that post from...a certain sombody...I got worried...!)
I did the same thing !!! And the little girl voice in my adult male head was saying "Heee's Baaa-aaaackkkkk !!!!!" ;)

Relax, guys;

Said individual told me by e-mail that even if he were allowed back, he wouldn't be. And, except for his preoccupation with a couple of other individuals on the forum whom he had problems with, he really wasn't that bad a guy. It's been a while since I've heard from him, but he was always okay with me - of course, I'VE been known to be somewhat . . . INFLAMMATORY . . . at times.

And I'm not worried about mentioning the person, as long as not by name, because Jeff knows that, as a former LEO, I try to be a peacekeeper.

As far as bowties are concerned, since I've started building my setups on lexan panel levels, I don't miss the bowties at all; the felted bottoms pretty much keep everything steady as long as the world doesn't tip over! We even had some serious 'table-quakes' at Shore Leave and didn't lose anything - not even any slippages (which surprised the heck outta ME!).

See ya!

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#17468
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Oh, I am relaxed ... and just making a joke.

But I will say that these boards have been a much more pleasant place to visit without all the soapbox pontificating and baiting.
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#17469
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Now now, lets keep comments about *Encephalitic Lyssavirus afflicted Vulpes* to a minimum please.
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#17470
The Future of the Bowtie Connector 7 Years, 2 Months ago  
Great moniker, GS !!

And I agree ... let "slumbering Vulpes" lie ;)
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