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Old 08-20-2003, 03:54 PM   #15
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>>in the dark

When it gets dark, I'm in bed.

No exceptions.

No setting up or breaking camp.

Jana ... the "number" of clothespin varied with what services we had ... so your idea of "counting" wouldn't work, because I would have forgotten how many I put out!:)

I did used to reserve the use of red clothespins for really, really important things, like turn off the gas or disconnect and store the power cord.

As I said, it was a long time ago ... with the exception of that pesky stove vent flapper.

Nick>>real clothes pins

I prefer plastic pins over wooden pins, Nick ... I know you know that!
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Old 08-20-2003, 05:21 PM   #16
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Hi Mary :wave

Yes, I'm afraid I do use those little tie things that come on the bread - the little square ones too. Reason: We can't remember to take anything else off before throwing old, stale, yucky bread away - I've lost lots of clips, clamps, etc..... We just open the drawer - see the old stuff and toss..... Bad, huh?

I'm going right out and purchase some of those colorful clothes pins - just to keep my bread fresh.... they will definitely be noticeable. :feet

Charles .... Here's another great use from Mary, use your clothes pins to keep your bread fresh .. :wink
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Old 08-20-2003, 05:23 PM   #17
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clothes pins

Charlie great Idea.... I say great because I have been using them
for years saved a lot of vent covers and tv antennas. I hang mine on the inside door handle when vent open when closed I hang it on vent handle. ect.
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Old 08-20-2003, 05:28 PM   #18
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Based on a suggestion from a friend of mine, whenever I turn on the headlights of my '82 truck (no buzzer), I take the clothespin off the headlight switch and clip it on my keys. That way if I am checking my pockets in parking lot or store, I will find the pin and know that I screwed up again.

Pete in the RatHaus
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* * * * * * >>in the dark

When it gets dark, I'm in bed. *

No exceptions. *
so what are all those flashlights for? huh??

to find all those glowy clothes pins. :yep
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Old 08-21-2003, 04:47 PM   #20
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WalMart is out of clothes pins

There was a big run up on Wal Mart's stock on the NYSE today. Said there was a huge demand for clothes pins, more than offsetting weak shopping for school supplies!

Must be a lot of people reading this web site!;)
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