Quote from: Tank on September 20, 2023, 02:10:01 PMAs long as you're not a died in the wool purist
QuoteThe expression comes from the fact that fabric can be dyed in a number of ways. The woven fabric may be dyed after it is complete, or the threads may be dyed before they are woven. When a color is "dyed in the wool," the wool itself is dyed before being spun into threads, so the colour is least likely to fade or change.
Quote from: Old Seer on September 18, 2023, 02:34:10 PMI have no reason to believe the climate change claims. I see no significant difference from my yute to today. Where I am it's been a normal summer. And now I'm supposed to accept global boiling.