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Old 01-02-2005, 03:05 AM
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After years of fooling around with one stupid rounder belt a=ADfter
another, a friend of mine clued me in to a manufacturer that=AD actually

offers a "choice" of several belts for rounding / forming ba=ADgels on
my
Empire former. It seems that the stitched belt I was using =ADwas too
soft to keep the stitching intact. So my splice kept failin=ADg. Then
I
tried a truly endless belt, but it buckled up in the middle.=AD These
guys had a harder belt that really held up well. I recently=AD saw
their=20
ad. http://www.newenglandbelting.com/bagelformingbelts.asp


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Old 01-02-2005, 04:17 AM
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In article . com,
"Gregg" wrote:

After years of fooling around with one stupid rounder belt a*fter
another, a friend of mine clued me in to a manufacturer that* actually

offers a "choice" of several belts for rounding / forming ba*gels on
my
Empire former. It seems that the stitched belt I was using *was too
soft to keep the stitching intact. So my splice kept failin*g. Then
I
tried a truly endless belt, but it buckled up in the middle.* These
guys had a harder belt that really held up well. I recently* saw
their
ad. http://www.newenglandbelting.com/bagelformingbelts.asp



You know what's an amazing coincidence? Your posting IP, 207.237.35.254,
resolves to central Connecticut.

And look! Here's the domain registration info:

Registrant
New England Belting Company
New England Belting Company

1000 Farmington Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06107 US
+1.8602318484

And you just saw their ad?
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Old 02-02-2005, 01:20 AM
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My apologies. I was overly creative last night. I made two posts-
one each to rec.food.restaurants and one to rec.food.baking. Not spam,
but not very intelligent (or creative) either. Call me a liar, or
spammer, or whatever. Again, I apologize.

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In article . com,
"Gregg" wrote:

My apologies. I was overly creative last night. I made two posts-
one each to rec.food.restaurants and one to rec.food.baking. Not spam,
but not very intelligent (or creative) either. Call me a liar, or
spammer, or whatever. Again, I apologize.


Not spam? That a "friend" "clued you in" to the product? Well, let's
look at the history of

in Google groups:
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Feb 23 1998, 12:00*am
Newsgroups: aol.neighborhood.ma.jobs
From: "greywolf2000"
Date: 1998/02/23
Subject: Sales, Conveyor Belting, Eastern New England

SALES
Industrial distributor for European belting requires aggressive
salesperson for outside sales & service. Territory is eastern New
England. Candidate should be experienced in selling European conveyer &
PT belting. Competitive benefits & advancement potential in a growing
organization. Reply to: , or write to: J775 Globe
Office, Boston Globe, P.O. Box 2378, Boston, MA 02107-2378
---------------------------------------


Whaddaya know. You wouldn't have a *connection* to belting, would you?
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Old 02-02-2005, 03:40 AM
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Yes I do, Scott.

Scott wrote:
Whaddaya know. You wouldn't have a *connection* to belting, would

you?



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Old 02-02-2005, 03:43 AM
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Me.



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