Trivia

Subject:
Hints and direction pointing part II
Response To:
Monday--(sigh) again ()

Gary Smyth
>What his company made requires hand/eye coordination in the using and the making. Many of the original makers of this product had to go through a lot to get the unfinished materials. Though appreciated as a finely crafted product in finished form, in the making of the product it could be pretty awful if you happened to be downwind.

This product seems to have universal discovery. Very early Japanese, African, Viking societies all made the product.

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