February 20th, 2010
|02:47 pm - Small Packages|
In the course of my workday, I come across interesting old packages sometimes. Frequently they're being cleaned out, so I might shortstop the process for a little bit.
Those are pretty amusing.chiefwirehead
collects old tins and knows quite a bit about old packaging in general. As you probably already know, Bob.
|Date:||February 21st, 2010 03:37 am (UTC)|| |
We could probably use that first stuff. Our piano was reclaimed from an elementary school, and has at least 1,000 scratches on it.
Now, if only the almond stick could tune the piano ....
Heh, if you want it, you can have it.
|Date:||February 21st, 2010 04:20 am (UTC)|| |
I like the use of "efface".
I don't know if that's really an old tin, or something trying for a neo-retro verbosity.
I know. It'll be hard to resist coming home with too much of it.
When my uncle died my Dad got this giant chest full of just random old crap. There were things like a temporary license plate from the 1950s and receipts and other common items like that kept for 50 years, who knows why. I think my Dad threw a lot of it away. I wish I knew what I knew now because I would have horded all that stuff.
I like. I would be unable to resist that kind of thing.
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