...which would be, of course, to send one out to each person who comments on this post? (lol)
It's 50 each or none at all!
Would they make good bookmarks? I could use a few.Or maybe you can slap a "Read Stalking the Wild Dik-Dik" sticker on each and reuse them.
send me 50!
Bring 'em on! ERH and I can mysteriously mail them out with squashed pennies... Ax.
I´ll take the 50 ;-) too. Or did u have what it took?
You should just burn your storage unit. Change your life Fight Club style.;-)
I never saw Fight Club, because I was annoyed at the book that the ending/hook was so obvious from halfway through the book. I shouldn't say that. The writer will probably hate Dik-Dik now. "I knew that boyfriend from the beginning was going to be at the end in Sudan, so I'm not going to see the movie."I just threw everything into a storage unit in 2000 and didn't open it until now. It's like a Marie-time capsule. Yesterday I also opened a box with old vouchers. Those are getting shredded since there is no reprint fee benefit to proving I did three pages of Spider-Man XYZ.
All right, my shredder and I have negotiated a compromise.I will keep as many trading cards as can fit in the box that has my Dik-Dik postcards and remainder of Ave B cards. The rest go in the shredder with the 1994-2000 tax returns.
What, you may ask, is an Avenue B card? I guess I'll just have to show you...
Whew! Remember, I asked for one of those and you said your mother had the last one.
Why can't you just recycle them (the ones you don't want)? I mean, the financial stuff I get, but do these contain info you wouldn't want to get in the wrong hands?
Well, I wouldn't want hundreds of little Maries in the wrong hands! I can only imagine what college art project they might end up as.
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