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3,141: Twist ties

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Everyone collects twist ties, don't they?

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I never intended to collect twist ties. In an old apartment, there were horizontal bars on the inside of the kitchen window, and one day I twisted a twist tie onto one of the bars. And then I did it again. And two years later, there were quite a lot of them. So I took them off. But didn’t throw them away. I’m not sure what to do with them. I’m pretty sure there’ll never be a time when I need that many. I found out some fun facts on Wikipedia: invented in 1923, patented in 1939 and called Twist-Ems, and the different colours are used for inventory management, so stores know how fresh bread loaves are. 500 plastic twist ties at Amazon.com cost $6.99, which is $0.01398 a piece. But, 2,000 paper-covered twist ties are $7.79 at Staples.com. $0.003895 a piece. Quite a saving if you’re willing to have paper not plastic.

A wee bit of artwork

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Here’s an interesting Wikipedia article

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Minecraft Project Day 12
Back at the new cabin. First things first: door and windows.

Dirt scaffold so that it’s easier to put the roof on.

Roof taking shape.

First night in my new place.

Written by Craig

November 8th, 2016 at 7:38 am

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