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Today's important discovery - even simple papercraft buildings involve a lot of cutting.

 

So. Many. Pieces. :blink:

 

Man I wish I could justify throwing the money at an automatic cutter. ::):

Oh my, yes. Stock up on xacto blades if you want to do a whole table full.

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Today's important discovery - even simple papercraft buildings involve a lot of cutting.

 

So. Many. Pieces. :blink:

 

Man I wish I could justify throwing the money at an automatic cutter. ::):

Oh my, yes. Stock up on xacto blades if you want to do a whole table full.

 

Especially if you plan on backing them onto foamcore.

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In Regards to Wallmart.

I despise the store, will not walk into it.

My reasoning has NOTHING to do with those that use it.

Walmart showed up out of the blue (my town dates to 1665; if I remember correctly).

All the downtown stores have 17th century brick facades. 

(Now covered over).  We have New Jerseys longest open pharmacy, James Fennemore Cooper wrote his "Terrible" novels here (last of the Mohickans).

U.S. Grant lived on Pearl street in the city.

In four months Walmart destroyed every business in town.

The only stores remaining are an ice cream parlor, a couple of jewelry stores, and a few antique stores.

They have TOTALLY destroyed the business in downtown Burlington.

There is no reason to go downtown, except to pay your taxes, and go to a funeral parlor.

Walmart.. uhh.. Run them out of the state as far as I am concerned!

You can read about Burlington, N.J. just by doing a quick google search of Historic Burlington, New Jersey.

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In Regards to Wallmart.

I despise the store, will not walk into it.

My reasoning has NOTHING to do with those that use it.

Walmart showed up out of the blue (my town dates to 1665; if I remember correctly).

All the downtown stores have 17th century brick facades. 

(Now covered over).  We have New Jerseys longest open pharmacy, James Fennemore Cooper wrote his "Terrible" novels here (last of the Mohickans).

U.S. Grant lived on Pearl street in the city.

In four months Walmart destroyed every business in town.

The only stores remaining are an ice cream parlor, a couple of jewelry stores, and a few antique stores.

They have TOTALLY destroyed the business in downtown Burlington.

There is no reason to go downtown, except to pay your taxes, and go to a funeral parlor.

Walmart.. uhh.. Run them out of the state as far as I am concerned!

You can read about Burlington, N.J. just by doing a quick google search of Historic Burlington, New Jersey.

Sympathies, Jay. I know about historical towns and how bad Wal-Mart is ruining them. They should stick to the new sub-divisions.

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