posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 06:58 AM
a reply to: DrunkenDonut
Interesting; where have you heard such lore of stained glass being always associated with something bad? Being in the business seems yourself more
than anyone would know... perhaps that's why you want to find out?
Other than the old sort and some practices still used involving lead? Perhaps that... or maybe the broken window mentioned? But being in the business
of making something to replace such a thing? How would that be bad... unless being accused of the one breaking them just to drum up business? Windows
typically last a very long time unless broken so it is not something out of the question... I had some fellows walking around the neighborhood when I
lived in S.C. carrying clipboards; they were looking into my vehicle... when asked what they were up too they said they were "inspecting" the glass
and were in the "glass replacement business" it appeared more like taking inventory of vehicular contents because a hand on the glass to block the
reflection clearly means that one is intact... either that or it does not require much skillful intelligence to replace a window. Teasing of course
having replaced one myself; although nothing to do with the above story...
BTW nice work; something I've always had an interest in even had quite a bit of the materials to do so; but not the time having so many hobbies so
over 100 lbs of glass and associated paraphernalia got to be a pain to keep moving around.