From: Mike Cole (lchcmike@gmail.com)
Date: Mon May 29 2006 - 12:48:23 PDT

Fascinating to get your message, but if you check out scaffolding in the
psychological literature, you will find it used in a way that
does not involve pipes, bricks, and mortar,

On 5/29/06, david albarn <info@topscaffolding.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I've been visiting websites looking for links related to scaffolding and
> thought your site would be really useful to my visitors. If you'd like to
> exchange links, please let me know which category you'd like to be in and
> I'll add your site to my pages.
> You can check out my site at www.topscaffolding.com
> I'd also be grateful if you'd consider linking back to my site. It
> contains news updated on a daily basis, archived newsletters and links to
> other scaffolding sites.
> If you don't think it's appropriate, or think I've sent this e-mail in
> error, then please ignore it, and sorry for the inconvenience!
> Kind regards
> David Albarn
> E-mail - info@topscaffolding.com
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