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Perfect Compound Gal.

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VOC 421
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9.75 LBS
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An abrasive cleaner that removes 1000 to 1200 grit sand scratches, oxidation, and water spots. A quick cutting, fast acting compound. High gloss and very little surface swirling. Easy clean-up. Great for all types of painted substrates. Contains no silicone or wax. Complies with VOC regulations.


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  1. 8aZwkzNL 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jul 2013

    The problem with vntiay is that it seeks value in itself for itself. But poetic expression was not meant for that kind of valueless value. Poetic expression was meant to provide value by connecting with others through a unique mode of expression for the purpose of delivering a personal experience to the reader by way of the writer. When that happens, vntiay vanishes and the poet’s audience will grow. Speaking as a dedicated bibliophile who is just now learning to appreciate the value of the internet, I ask: what better way to provide value by connecting with others ? After all, one has to buy a book. The internet is free.I will spare you my list of famous self-published poets. You have probably seen it before because I have posted it here and there (Silliman, Harriet, etc.). In fact, I think I posted it on this blog once, but the point is that it's highly possible that some poets self-publish specifically because their poetry IS good and they have no need for appraisal or validation. The opinion of one non-poet who enjoys a poem is worth more than than a gaggle of professionals' so hog-tied by scansion and classification that they can't see the forest for the trees.Here is something I posted at SlushPile.net over a year ago: In my opinion, a person is much better off self-publishing poetry if they ever want to see it in book form. If one looks at the publishers of books submitted for review to, say, Poetry Magazine, they will see scores of small presses nobody has ever heard of. What exactly is the difference between a small obscure outfit and a self-published book? Are there that many fantastic editors and poetry experts out there? I doubt it. I would guess that with so small a market and so many poets it is only good business for the big houses to disregard anything ‘unproven’. Hell, they can barely sell what they publish now. Few read poetry these days. You will also notice that when major awards like the Pulitzer or Book Critics Circle Award are given out they almost always go to the major Houses (google ‘Silliman gang of eight’ and read how the big guys dominate the poetry market).My point is that you can submit your work for twenty years, finally get someone to publish it and then be completely ignored by the Poetry ‘establishment’ anyway or you can just publish your own work with the same result. At least you have something you can be proud of (and maybe sell). GaryP.S. And I bet you've pissed off Bill Knott big time.



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