He's at it again.
Virginia Commonwealth University professor steve, the rug fool, price made the following confession, yesterday:
I have no experience with producing carpets, but have the impression that the weaving is the major part of the labor involved in doing so.
I don't know where that impression came from, but it doesn't matter very much.
Would you agree, then, that the actual weaving accounts for less than 25% of the total labor involved?"
His problem is not knowing the difference between airport-art and the real thing.
Such a statement proves this rug challenged professor's understanding of the idiom is at idiot level.
Of course weaving is less, probably even less than twenty-five percent of the total time it took to produce an early Tekke main.
First off, collecting the various insect dyes used to make the red was far more time consuming than the time to produce, say, madder. But this also took months to do and years to grow the plants.
So if the real production time necessary to collect and process the "raw" materials necessary to dye the wool in early Tekke mains is added to the actual dyeing time and mordanting... we believe you get the picture.
Growing the wool, feeding the animals, shearing, cleaning and carding the wool; then spinning, all this took lots of time.
But for all the time price=clown has been buying airport-art rugs, he thinks are real, for him not to have ever given one minutes thought to this question until now is just another admission how little he knows, how disinterested he is in admitting it, and how unfit he is to moderate anything, probably even the subject of his doctorate.
Get off the net, price=clown, and take flab-bag jim, that old fool howe, cut and paste filiberto and the rest of your pathetic supporters with ya -- good riddance, you pos
PS: it's not funny(ha ha, ha ha)