Heartbreak all around me.. I hate myself…

But here’s some interesting information anyway.
Post-it ® notes may have been a God-send…literally. In the early 1970s, Art Fry was in search of a bookmark for his church hymnal that would neither fall out nor damage the hymnal. Fry noticed that a colleague at 3M, Dr. Spencer Silver, had developed an adhesive that was strong enough to stick to surfaces, but left no residue after removal and could be repositioned. Fry took some of Dr. Silver’s adhesive and applied it along the edge of a piece of paper. His church hymnal problem was solved!

http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blpostit.htm

On March 7, 1923, William H. Spencer of Alliance, Ohio, obtained rejected inner tubes from the Goodyear Co. and began cutting them into bands in his basement. Spencer, who worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad, began trying to sell his rubber bands to office-supply stores and paper and twine outlets.

no words yet? hmm.. not even one or three
at 1:14 a.m. on 07-19
and you know I looked in the freezer. just in case.

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~ by Ashlee on July 17, 2004.

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