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    I scored some free magazine holders from work. They're in the process of cleaning out the "library" here and were just going to throw the things out. They're really an ugly "harvest gold" color from the '70s. But I figured for free, I'll take 'em.

    Now, I just need to acquire a shelving unit to put them on. I got 6 or 8 of them which should be enough to hold all my different grades of paper, and if not, I'll grab a few more.
    "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

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    Say Kelly. thats a great Idea. wish I would have thought of that. I use some priority mail box's. cut to size. thats what I keep my SSW magazines in. standing them up right. . never thought of useing them for sand papper. thanks.


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