from a typographer.
This is totally bogus. The font has been around since 1931 according to the company that created it. It has been available in proportial spacing on commonly available office IBM typewriters since the 1950's. This is so tiresome. The memos are authentic.
Posted by: MRE at September 12, 2004 04:40 PM (AaBEz)
Source? Links? ANYTHING? Oh, right, you attended the Dan Rather Explanation School. Sorry, MRE, clearly you and your unnameable sources know ALL.
Posted by: Oda Mae at September 12, 2004 06:39 PM (nacee)
Yeah they're authentic... including the pressure from a guy already retired the year before. Gimme a break. And commonly available? Have you got one?
Posted by: chris at September 12, 2004 07:14 PM (VDzYB)
Available...only to th Times of London, who owned the font. They later licensed it to Microsoft.
Posted by: Mike at September 12, 2004 09:05 PM (+sj2x)
If it's a computer generated forgery as you freepers claim, they why is it that nobody can come up with an exact replica of the document? The reproduction by LGF is only similar.
Posted by: Robert at September 12, 2004 10:09 PM (msYRN)
Where are the originals?
Posted by: John at September 12, 2004 10:26 PM (crTpS)
This is interesting. Bush in a photo with his wife on campaign liturature. In the copy Bush is out and out lying about the extent of his military service claiming to have served in both the US Air Force and the Texas Air National Guard.
Posted by: MRE at September 13, 2004 02:32 AM (s6c4t)
Sorry, I forgot to add the link. Here it is:
Posted by: MRE at September 13, 2004 02:33 AM (s6c4t)
If you understood military training you would know that the year he spent in pilot training was on active duty.
Posted by: Mike at September 13, 2004 03:06 PM (MqNKC)
Drudge has the PDF showing Bush was on active duty in the Air force.
MRE is probably the same person that Lt Smash is talking about in his post from 9/13. He obviously doesn't have a clue about anything military.
Give it up and talk about something with substance. Vietnam is not relevant to the future of this country.
Posted by: John at September 13, 2004 06:08 PM (+Ysxp)
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