Hey wait - didn’t you say “persnickety,” first?
I don’t understand the card technology … I’d think you wouldn’t see these kinds of differences, it’s bizarre.
I never heard Elmer use the term “persnickety” , but I loved the picture.
That’s an old school term; about the only one I know that still uses it, is that Sargento cheese guy on the TV commericials…:smileyvery-happy:
What are you trying to say, GB?
That I’m cheesy, or just old . . . school.