An answer to multiple inquiries

I have received a lot of inquiries about the J Press catalog I reviewed and when to expect it in the mail.  It went out at the end of last week.  But please make sure you are signed up by going here:  The J Press Website where a pop up happens and you can sign up.

It was too much to type 93 times.  And not all guys with hair down to their collar and a beard look alike 🙂

Yours – JB

 

5 Comments on "An answer to multiple inquiries"

  1. Thanks, JB
    And thanks too for deleting that post about happiness.

    No worries. Not everything is going to work. – JB

  2. “Thanks for deleting that post about happiness.”

    Wow. Think about that.

    JB, I get the same feelings of happiness when I think of my kids too.

    Will

    Dear Will, that was in my head, too. And kind of the point of the article. Which will reappear. And I get the response. I-don’t-want-to-read-about-any-thing-but-clothes-here. First, Ivy is thinking. And second, it appears I have to draft another sell-the-lifestyle memo. Because Ivy is thinking. Even if it is about something as uncomfortable as happiness. – JB

  3. Here’s the link for the catalog request:

    https://jpressonline.com/pages/catalog-request

  4. Channing Welch | September 17, 2021 at 3:57 pm |

    Dear Mr. Burton:

    Please add me to the growing list of people who
    would greatly appreciate it if you would put your
    “Happiness” post back on
    the Ivy Style website.

    Would you consider emailing your original
    post and original comment
    for a fee to those of us
    who request a copy?

    If not, could you please
    email me for a fee a copy
    of the comments of the
    gentleman who contrasted
    U.S. attitudes on happi-
    ness with French ones on the concept. I am es-
    pecially interested in re-
    reading his comments.

    With best wishes,

    Channing Welch

    Hi Channing! Oh, it is going back up. THANKS – JB

  5. Chad Worthington III | September 17, 2021 at 11:00 pm |

    Ivy is NOT “thinking”. What the hell does that even mean? Ivy is old money common sense. Good grief.

    You get where the word “Ivy” came from in this context, right??? – JB

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