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-For those of you not quite comfortable with the fountain pens, Mont Blanc makes a wonderful ball point pen as well. These pens have an optimal weight--heavy enough to feel powerful but not so heavy as to make writing tiresome. I have extensive experience writing with a [http://www.montblanc.com/html/d1_2_showproduct.php3?id_product=1695&nshtml=1 Meisterstück Platinum Classique], and I recommend it to anyone seeking a superior ball point experience.+For those of you not quite comfortable with the fountain pens, Mont Blanc makes a wonderful ball point pen as well. These pens have an optimal weight--heavy enough to feel powerful but not so heavy as to make writing tiresome. I have extensive experience writing with a [http://www.montblanc.com/html/d1_2_showproduct.php3?id_product=1695
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I love my pen. I've had it for a long time. I gave it to myself as a gift, which is the best kind of gift to receive.

image:JWSMontBlanc.jpg

I love how it feels in my hand. It is a great tool, I'm not sure how mighty it is. I use it to write in my Roaring Spring Compositions Notebook, I have not upgraded to the Moleskine Notebooks yet, but soon. I enjoy the reaction when folks see it; "Oh, a fountain pen", or "You're a fountain pen man"! I enjoy how the wide nib glides across the paper, and how sometimes it looks like calligraphy, because of the broad tip. It seems to tell me to think about what I'm writing, to form the letters and words a little more carefully. I've had it for a long time and it will continue to serve me faithfully.

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Photograph copyright 2005 Jim Scolman.

--JWS 23:20, 2 May 2005 (EDT)


For those of you not quite comfortable with the fountain pens, Mont Blanc makes a wonderful ball point pen as well. These pens have an optimal weight--heavy enough to feel powerful but not so heavy as to make writing tiresome. I have extensive experience writing with a [http://www.montblanc.com/html/d1_2_showproduct.php3?id_product=1695

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