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New use for Post-it notes #231603
01/21/12 03:32 PM
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Re: New use for Post-it notes [Re: findoctr] #231633
01/21/12 09:27 PM
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Great photo someone spent a lot of time.

Re: New use for Post-it notes [Re: Andys29] #231671
01/22/12 02:19 AM
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...I thought it was a practical joke...imagine coming out to find you car covered in post-its...no harm done...


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Re: New use for Post-it notes [Re: findoctr] #231966
01/24/12 01:37 PM
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That remindes me of the Olds in Butte Montana that was covered with mirrors, just checked with a friend of mine who knew th eowner the car still exists but is not being maintained well. talk


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