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Contact Us With Questions, Corrections, etc.
During his lifetime, Ted put his personal e-mail on several pages of the site, even though he might take a while to get through the spam to answer real questions. To be honest we don't have Ted's expertise, but we wanted to maintain communications with fellow hobbyists. So we've established this page for folks' questions. If we can't answer the question with a simple e-mail, our recourse would be to post your question on the CardboardChristmas.com forum where there are folks with real expertise.
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Finally, if you fail to provide required information or if you provide false information, we have no choice but the delete your request with no feedback to you. We get hundreds of legitimate membership requests a month to our various newsletters and forums, and can not afford to spend time tracking down people who are too busy to fill out a brief form.
We are sorry for any inconvenience, but otherwise we spend all of our time sorting through spam attempts instead of improving our sites and providing more articles.
Paul Race and the other contributors of Cardboard Christmas.
To paraphrase Dickens, Ted was a man who:
honored Christmas in his heart, and tried to keep it all the year.
I don't think there is a more fitting tribute than to follow his example.
Paul Race, Howard Lamey, Maria Cudequest, Nan Corby, Jack Ahearn, Linda Starek, Tom Hull, Antoinette Stockenberg, Lynn Disley, Lissa Leto, and the rest of the CardboardChristmas.com family.
This archive was set up at Ted's request in early 2012, and, except for critical updates and
announcements, will remain as Ted left it in October, 2012.
The archive is kept online with the help of volunteers from the following affiliated sites and resources:
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