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Bonwirn's Box received!  It had a lot of cool stuff in it!  My "take" pile is bigger than the "put back" pile!  Choices!  Now to whittle it down a bit... but I have until at least January before the next box goes out, so I have time.

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7 minutes ago, Bonwirn said:

Bonwirn's Box received!  It had a lot of cool stuff in it!  My "take" pile is bigger than the "put back" pile!  Choices!  Now to whittle it down a bit... but I have until at least January before the next box goes out, so I have time.

Well, you started the box so technically you already have a figure "credit".  Plus that leaves the box some space to grow as it goes around.  Just my 2 coppers.

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2 hours ago, Bonwirn said:

Bonwirn's Box received!  It had a lot of cool stuff in it!  My "take" pile is bigger than the "put back" pile!  Choices!  Now to whittle it down a bit... but I have until at least January before the next box goes out, so I have time.

 

Go over to the other thread and tell us what you like!

 

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Guindybox Box went out this morning at 1130 am! Newbie at the desk so I have no idea what day but priority means it should be in Horned Turtle either Tues or Weds. Will have what I took in the other thread shortly.

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