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Bo 1 month ago
#3 they had so much less to choose from ... not so much cr#p
#7 yes every (!) grandma had one
#10 I also use a bread box (but a new and clean one)
       
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Persephone 1 month ago
Bo,#7 i have one of those in the garage filled with random nuts and bolts
       
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Les 1 month ago
#7 may be you should check why your granny has frequent flyer miles in the dollar store...
#13 melted? or filed down?
       
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Lyddy 1 month ago
#13 The knife was sharpened with cutlery file, it grinds down a lot, not like a whetstone that can be more gentle, pretty normal and reasonable :)
       
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Wood 1 month ago
Those bird scissors look old, but you can buy those brand new as well. They're quality and as a kid I was forbidden from cutting paper with them.
       
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Newt 1 month ago
#17 If calculated for inflation only, that bill (X-ray / Operating room) should be a little under $30... in reality, I expect you'd not see those services for under $30,000 in the US today. dash
       
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Thad 1 month ago
The Social Security card did not come as metal. The government sent a paper one. Many places would imprint it on metal for you. That was a favorite thing at local fairs, for example.
       
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Rhynie 1 month ago
I remember, when I was a kid, #9 was a thing.
       
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Martha 1 month ago
#11 I do, too
       
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Edith 1 month ago
SS card was never on brass. always on paper
       
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