Textile and household linen,hotel linen

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Jul 13, 2007 5:15 pm

What the ....! Have I entered another dimension?


Jul 13, 2007 6:02 pm

What?

Moderator, please!

Jul 14, 2007 10:41 am
doberman:

What the ....! Have I entered another dimension?




Welcome to my spam email box.  These bozo's send messages using HTML and jpeg attachements so the spam blockers can't pick up the words to be able to block.  I get to delete dozens of these things several times a day.


By the way.  They are all going through the company approved email box and probably being archived for the SEC and NASD to review for inappropriate email activity.  Have fun guys    Hope you like the rest of the spam as well.

Jul 16, 2007 10:14 pm

I think he made some very valid points about textiles. Isn't this the textile forum?

Jul 17, 2007 5:32 pm

No, the textiles forum is located in www.dumba$$.com

Jul 17, 2007 5:58 pm
Dust Bunny:

Welcome to my spam email box.  These bozo's send messages using HTML and jpeg attachements so the spam blockers can't pick up the words to be able to block.  I get to delete dozens of these things several times a day.



All of these emails are starting to affect my confidence.  Judging from the size of my inbox, the whole world knows that I am in serious need of stock advice and have a small d***.

Jul 17, 2007 6:32 pm

    



Jul 17, 2007 7:54 pm

WAIT A MINUTE! I DIDN'T START THIS TOPIC!


The moderator has dropped the first posting and now it looks as though I started a thread on linen. Geesh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Get it? A thread on linen?) Ohhhh, never mind....

Jul 17, 2007 9:58 pm

so they got rid of the spamming linen guy and yet left Parachute/Nancy here for months?  Way to go moderators.

Jul 18, 2007 1:01 am

Discussing textile and household linen,hotel linen :  I find that many higher end spas and hotels have a higher thread count in their linens.  The cheaper hotels and WalMart have linens in the 150 (burlap) count or 250 count.   Personally, I wouldn't use anything less than a 400 count.  


Of course a duvet cover should have at least the same thread count in the cover.  What is really gross about hotel linens and bed spreads is the fact that you don't know who did what on them and when they were washed.  Have you ever seen where they take a light that shows bodily fluids and scan a motel room.  Uck.  I stayed at one resort where they had fine cream colored cotton/linen duvets on the bed and changed them every day.  So nice.


Costco carries some excellent sheets in their Kirkland brand in the 600 count range.  Very sensuous and a great bargain.   They also carry some nice Martek towels.  I estimate that Costco must pull down millions of dollars a day in revenue since the store that I go to is always full and parking is at a premium.  I can't get out of there for under $250.  Growth company with committed customers 


Oh ....wait.....  We weren't really seriously discussing linens, were we?     Maybe this should go into the "posting drunk thread"