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    I find that , by attaching them to the bottom of a training shoe or plimsole, one has a novel and cheap rollerskate.

    Or sometimes, I tie two together with an elastic band and pretend it is a binocular for my dog.


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    1. Tie along a line as a bird scarer in the garden.
    2. As a furry die substitute in a car window.
    3. Place in an indoor plant pot as a gift for the horticulturally challenged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Here the only thing they recycle is bullshit.
    And I am not talking about the excrements.
    Maybe you need an OxO meter. Correctly calibrated they can effectively measure every level of BS

    - Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Here the only thing they recycle is bullshit.
    And I am not talking about the excrements.
    The bodily meter is better. ankle, knee, waist, neck, buried says it all.

    The best is the fertilizer grading. As in enough verbal fetilizer to fertilizer a plant, a garden, the community, the state, and finally the world! When you run out of plants we have to keep a eye on the solar system to expend the excess. Was this not why the space program started?
    Non Digital Diva

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    Properly mounted on a metal arm, I hear they make a great manual roller system for Jobo...

    Save the Earth. It's the only planet with chocolate.

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    Just save them, along with the back issues of National Geographic. Sooner or later the room will be full.

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    why not hot glue them to the walls in your living room. Kind of like Trading Spaces / Changing Rooms if ya know that show...
    hi!

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    I'm doing that with empty 35mm cartridges and 120 fishbones..
    already 1/2 wall full

    Quote Originally Posted by bmac
    why not hot glue them to the walls in your living room. Kind of like Trading Spaces / Changing Rooms if ya know that show...
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Ok, how about some new ideas?

    - Massage rollers. They sell wooden ones that are simular in Body Shop.
    - Sexual Aides. Use your imagination.
    - Furniture moving wheels. Very light furniture that is.
    - Flying kite string holders.
    - Handmade doll cart wheels.
    - Juggling toys.
    - Painting, mark making tools
    - Hairdresser's hair tangling rollers.

    Come on people, I need more contributions to this genuinly useless research!
    aristotelis grammatikakis
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    no digital additives and shit




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    As in the past, when 127 and 620 reels were plentiful, perhaps the future will provide an economical largess for your saved 120 reels. Or perhaps not.

    tim in san jose (my kingdom for used 127 reels and papers)
    Where ever you are, there you be.

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