ghymes
Posts: 56
Joined: Sat Nov 04, 2000 4:34 am

What Are "clean - Dirties"?

Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:17 pm

Someone from JetBlue wrote to someone from Air Canada about some
seat covers for an airplane and accidentally sent it to a Microsoft distribution list (about Exchange 2003). See below:

"....These are the covers that were missing. I used clean dirties to move
the aircraft. At this point in time I don't plan on stocking extras
and I won't go to the added hassle and expense for just two or three
covers."

Now everyone wants to know what "clean dirty seat covers" are too!? I can only imagine.



[Edited 2004-07-09 16:17:50]
 
air2gxs
Posts: 1443
Joined: Mon Jun 18, 2001 1:29 pm

RE: What Are "clean - Dirties"?

Sat Jul 10, 2004 7:38 am

Clean dirties are probably covers that have no visibly stains but have not been cleaned. Only a guess though.

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