__/ [dorayme] on Tuesday 01 November 2005 01:48 \__
>> From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > __/ [dorayme] on Monday 31 October 2005 09:05 \__
>>>... it is
>>> sometimes hard to see good quality for its worth when it is
>>> unusual - take a look at sites at random and see how many
>>> actually try to dictate smaller than default...
>> I am guilty of doing that. 80% for font-size is quite common, but I heard
>> some arguments over that value as somewhat of a norm.
> Well, I took a look at your http://www.schestowitz.com/roy/ and
> it is nice, choc a block with stuff. When it comes to people
> having to read continuous text properly it is fine.
I am actually a bit embarrassed about this section, which is 'where it all
began'. I sunk too deep in frames when I started working on it back in
> Couple of points since you are in Manchester. I lived in
> Didsbury. Used to take the bus to the Palatine in West Didsbury
> for the Sat avo flicks. On the bus, would sit upstairs and use
> ticket circle "punch outs" and sprinkle them on the top of the
> bus conductor's flat top hat as he went down the winding stairs.
> In the flicks we would now and then roll ball-lollies down the
> sloping aisles in the stalls, or if upstairs on the balcony at
> the front, sprinkle a bit of pepper now and then to see how many
> folk in the stalls would sneeze.
> Anyway what's this to do with alt.html?
*LOL* Nice story nontheless. The mischievous things we all do as young-
sters... even at the age of 18, my friends and I was were tempted to throw
some small cones at the Burger King's glass shielding and see the response
from people around the scene. It can be pretty fun when you overlook the
branch from 100 feet above, next to a very steep slope that makes you