Just saw an episode showing how violins are made. Helt together
totally with glue, and expected to last, and be used, for hundreds of
years. Amazing amount of hand work done on one, and even more amazing,
some of the very small planes used, and other tools. Neat.
The same episode showed how one of the most important articles in
the world is made. I'm speaking, of course, of toiet paper. The show
claimed it's sold in packs of up to 30 rolls, but I've never seen larger
than a 24 pack. Heh heh, about a week ago 24 packs were on sale in my
local grocery store, so I got 3, all they had. Marked down to $4.99 a
24 pack, and a day or so later the price was $5.99 a 24 pack. Usual
price is $7.99 a 24 pack. Some of the smaller packs are as much as
$10.99 - and they're maybe 12 rolls. They stock a lot of those one
equals three packs too. I've never found that true. I always wind up
folding about 6 layers, same as the regular rolls. Life is good when
you know you've got spare roll of TP. Plus, when I open a pack, I like
to stack the rolls in different forms. Sometimes it's just the small
things that make likf good.
When in doubt, go to sleep.
- Mully Small