So I purchased a Keji Flat File A4 Assorted Colours 6 Pack from Officeworks but when they arrived I wasn’t sure how to use the fasteners.
I searched for how to use keji flat file but didn’t turn up much.
Reading about Keji Flat File Report Covers on eBay I learned that the correct term for the fasteners is “prong fastening system”.
So I searched for how to use prong fastening system and found what I was looking for!
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I stand here… I’m supposed to say something… I say… everything that has a beginning has an end.
I’m a thief. I take things literally.
I think the tags cloud offers an interesting insight into what I’m interested in. Here’s what things looked like circa August 2015:
It’s probably been so long now that the tags have rusted on…
OK, this is creepy.
This evening I had some left over food in the fridge that I was going to reheat for dinner. As I was carrying it from the fridge to the microwave I considered how long I should reheat it for. I was thinking two minutes, but thought maybe that’s not quite enough, so a little over two minutes, that is: 2:22. That’s what I decided. Then, I put the food in the microwave and accidentally unconsciously pressed start twice, i.e. two minutes. I realised the mistake I made, but didn’t concern myself to fix it. Two minutes would be about enough (it was).
Shortly after my reheated dinner I started watching my weekly Mr Robot. About 14 minutes in to this week’s episode (7) the main character Elliot used his microwave:
You can’t make this shit up.
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To delete until next ‘”‘ use: df”
To delete an *ML attribute, e.g. use: df”.