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  1. Parker Sonnet

    by , Jun 13, 2019 at 07:37 PM (Jottings (Timely and Otherwise))
    In the past few days, I've had an impulse to ink up my collection of Parker Sonnets -- for the first time in many, many months. I've always liked the size and shape of these pens. Like the Parker 75, which the Sonnet was created to replace, these pens are a very user friendly size and shape. They are not overwhelmingly big or heavy. They are not, by and large, super ostentatious. In short, Sonnets are designed to be comfortable for long use, day in and day out. ...

    Updated Jun 14, 2019 at 01:13 AM by Kronos (Added photos)

  2. Of writing and things

    The nature of my work requires me to write a lot. Itís not uncommon that after I talk with a client that I have three to six pages full of notes.

    As a result, I am demanding of my writing utensils. Early on, I did not like ballpoints. There was always that flat spot on the ball and the ink blebbing. Rollerball was next up on the list. To some degree they were better. The flat spot on the ball could be less noticeable and the ink could be better depending on what you got. ...
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