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Reality Check by Dave Whamond for August 21, 2020

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  1. Superfrog  5 months ago

    Mark my words.

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  2. Imagine  5 months ago

    Well, I’m not throwing out my dried-up felt markers anymore.

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  3. TStyle78  5 months ago

    Bad timing.

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  4. pschearer Premium Member 5 months ago

    Now I really regret trashing 20 years of filed condo newsletters.

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  5. Pedmar Premium Member 5 months ago

    No, but if aliens who can be defeated by a drawer full of used rubber bands and twist ties ever attacks, we’ll be in good shape.

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  6. PleaseStay6PixelsAway  5 months ago

    Hmm. I would have thought that some Liquid Paper would have gotten rid of them.

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  7. loridobson Premium Member 5 months ago

    Once, long ago, my Dad kept the washed out styrofoam trays that meat comes in. He had stacks of them. I asked why, and he said they would come in handy. They actually did when he packed up the household and used them between fragile items.

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  8. sweetaddietude  5 months ago

    You’re in luck ! The markers are still in the trash can. Pick up isn’t until next Wednesday. You’ll find them just under the cat litter.

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  9. EdMeiller Premium Member 5 months ago

    I know where to find a bunch of old Sharpies.

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  10. HarryLime Premium Member 5 months ago

    My wife has nine ballpoint pens in her purse. Hopefully one or two of them work.

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  11. Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 5 months ago

    Just as I feared.

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  12. Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    It’s always the way….

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  13. You're not what you think you are.  5 months ago

    And for many years the only difference between me and a hoarder was I didn’t have the 23 cats. They did find a dead body though, you know, when the county came and cleaned out my stash. I wondered what had stank in the back room.

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  14. DCBakerEsq  5 months ago

    “Will bent paper clips and old erasers help?”

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  15. mi_sbs  5 months ago

    this is one reason why hoarders say they have all that stuff. you never know when some of it will be needed.

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  16. streetbeater  5 months ago

    John Lithgow is hoarding for a reason when he meets and falls for Blythe Danner. She convinces him to let it go and move on with his/their life together. The ending is one of the great unexpected plot twists in cinema.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6iRUm-UiFc

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  17. dv  5 months ago

    Clearly that woman is a spy for the flying giant black donut aliens

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  18. zeexenon  5 months ago

    Then, there’s my story of a favorite AT&T General Manager who used a permanent marker on a dry erase board.

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  19. BHALL77801  5 months ago

    Just our luck!

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  20. PoodleGroomer  5 months ago

    There is an infinite supply of dried up markers in all of the schools that have been closed the last 5 months.

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  21. tiomax  5 months ago

    And that my friends is why I can never get rid of anything!

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  22. spaced man spliff Premium Member 5 months ago

    Of course three minutes after it’s in the dust bin you wish you’d had saved it !!

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  23. Sailor46 USN 65-95  5 months ago

    I’ve told my wife that more than a few times, she’s still skeptical.

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