Really getting off subject here. Do you think you lot can finish this OFF
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim <email@example.com>
To: Simmons, Reid W <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: 'Davies William-qswi646' <QSWI646@email.mot.com>;
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: Interesting item on eBay web site item#175631420: Red '77
TriumphSpitfire electric conversion
> In common knowledge many of the First People believe that dream catchers
> catch and contain any good dreams that one experiences during sleep. The
> dreams are caught in the web and the bad ones slip through and leave.
> There are those among the First People who believe that ideas, both good
> bad, are included amongst those things which are affected by the catcher.
> There are a lot of things we can learn from those who came first
> just my 2 cents
> "Simmons, Reid W" wrote:
> > Dream catchers are part of Native American culture (not superstitions)
> > according to my wife who comes from that culture. But aside from that
> > would anyone have one in their car? It would make me think twice about
> > "alertness" of the driver! :)
> > Or perhaps when it is used in a Spitfire it captures euphoria of the
> > experience and then when hung in the bedroom at night you can relive
> > pleasant experience in your dreams.
> > Reid
> > '79 Spitfire (original owner)
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Davies William-qswi646 [mailto:QSWI646@email.mot.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 6:28 AM
> > To: 'Spitfires@autox.team.net'
> > Subject: RE: Interesting item on eBay web site item#175631420:
> > '77 Tri umph Spitfire electric conversion
> > I recently followed a car with a dream-catcher hanging from the
> > mirror! To the uninitiated, this is a pendant which hangs in the window
> > the room IN WHICH YOU SLEEP as some form of protection (sorry, not too
> > versed in superstitions myself!)
> > > I can see a whole new thread now Bill. Alternate Realities
> > > in Thought 404, not
> > > found. A crystal hanging from the rear view mirror in my
> > > Spit. Right beside
> > > the fuzzy dice.
> > > snicker.
> > >
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> > / \ William Davies
> > / \ Total Triumph Enthusiast
> > __ __________________ __
> > / \ ______ ______ / \ 1959 Herald 948 Coupé Y128
> > \__/ \ || / \__/ 1959 Herald 948 Coupé
> > | A \____||____/ A | 1959 Herald 948 Saloon
> > | = H H = | 1960 Herald 948 Saloon Export
> > =====U==============U===== 1961 Herald 'S'
> > \________________________/ 1964 Herald 1200 Saloon
> > | | | | 1970 Spitfire MkIII
> > |_| |_| 1973 Spitfire MkIV
> > 1959 Standard Atlas Pickup
> Rawchester, Neu Yawk
> Sptifire MkII "HardWay" FC68436L Red, what else?