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on behalf of myself.

I recently discoverd this blog, and found it an interesting read especially the stuff about starfinder ect. forgive me if this seems a little off topic but. i'd like to again appologise on behalf of myself for the cheapo shipping methods i used in the past.
As an artist myself, we all do stupid things sometimes, but lucky some of us do chnge.

about a year ago, i was very poor, and sometimes cheated a customer here and there on shipping costs to save a buck. that was untill 2 peices of art got destroyed in the mail due to my ignorance, one of whitch was a peice of art i loved that i did for limeykat. i refunded her shipping costs promptly and appologized profusely, but the fact still remains that choices i made in the past were unsaticefactory. If your whatching this blog limey, and jason astburry forgive me for my stupid mistakes. times are diffrent now, I now choose sturdy envelopes and tubes, and cardboard packadgeing matirials and make shure they get to people safely.

to all of you, dont let an artist get away with poor or shoddy shipping methods, its still your doller untill you get the product in your hands.

-ratbat out
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Jul. 15th, 2005 12:32 pm (UTC)
The only things I ever had shipped to me where prints from Michele Light, and those were shipped SO nice! It was in a sturdy cardboard envelope with two peices of carboard inside to make it even stronger! I was extremely happy with them, :)
Jul. 15th, 2005 03:25 pm (UTC)
I used to use cheap shipping and packaging, and waddya know things got bent or lost in the mail >:(
I could blame the post office but the fault was mine for thinking 3 stamps and some recycled packaging would suffice.
Now I always packs things like I mean it and pay for Priority mail. No problems.
Jul. 15th, 2005 09:51 pm (UTC)
There is a difference between a mistake and repeated brushoffs. You were cheap, but you weren't fraudulent. And most of all, you learned from your mistake. Star hasn't, and there have been complaints about her for years. So don't feel too badly.
Jul. 16th, 2005 01:31 am (UTC)
I'll admit when I was unemployed and working at a $7/hr job I used cheap paper envelopes with no reenforcement. Fortunately, they almost always get to the costumer intact. Next comission should be in a cardboard "FedEx" envelope instead.
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