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And I thought * I * had alot of stuff ....

Posted by toomuchglass 53172 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 12, 10 at 16:18

Look at this ad on Craig's list ..... he has 50,000 of them !!

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/art/2001640408.html


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RE: And I thought * I * had alot of stuff ....

Wow...wonder how he acquired so many and WHERE he has been keeping them?


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RE: And I thought * I * had alot of stuff ....

oh, a mere drop in the bucket...(seriously kidding)..lol
today I was over at the senior center and someone had made a pyramid out of chinese take out boxes..
it was actually really cool but I didn't think to take a picture of it.
it said below that it was only a temporary exhibit and probably for 'art's walk' that happens twice a year, downtown Olympia.
several businesses open their doors for after hours browsing of many local artists who have their work in whichever business that sponsors them..

those canisters would be so cool for cub and boy scouts, for their emergency packs..
also for cars, schools, hiking, summer by the lake or pool..
sewing, beads, shells, wow..
I could think of about as many ideas as there are cans.

some of you sure should go ahead and order some..
flat rate shipping would keep them in better condition for being sent through the mail, with peanut packing.

very interesting~


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RE: And I thought * I * had alot of stuff ....

144 to a case??? how big is this case? I don't even think those would nest inside each other.

that is really tempting though.... my mind is already racing.


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RE: And I thought * I * had alot of stuff ....

I wonder what sort of business he/she had to accumulate so many canisters. There are a lot of uses for them.


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