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Re: EET Longevity award!
Max The Magnificent   7/30/2014 4:06:36 PM
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@mhrackin: I nominate this blog and its posted comments for the EET Longevity Award!

This is so unexpected... I don't have a speech prepared... I promised myself I wouldn't cry...

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EET Longevity award!
mhrackin   7/30/2014 3:54:30 PM
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I nominate this blog and its posted comments for the EET Longevity Award!  It's been going strong for well over a year now.  If EET doesn't have such an award, its should!

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
Max The Magnificent   7/30/2014 3:08:53 PM
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@TonyTib: No, go for this, it's got school pencil yellow (and some handy accessories)...

I do like the look of this -- the only downside is that the pen end is constantly exposed, so no good for storing in my leather belt pouch (sad face)

 

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
TonyTib   7/30/2014 2:59:28 PM
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No, go for this, it's got school pencil yellow (and some handy accessories):

http://www.thewritingarsenal.com/blog/2014/6/17/monteverde-one-touch-tool-mechanical-pencil

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
Max The Magnificent   7/30/2014 2:21:37 PM
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@Wnderer: I think a Dr Who Sonic Screwdriver pen is more your style.

I have to admit that it does exude a certain insouciant charm LOL

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
Wnderer   7/30/2014 2:17:51 PM
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@Max: I've got style, although admittedly it's of an unconventional type


I think a Dr Who Sonic Screwdriver pen is more your style. 

Dr who sonic screw driver pen

https://www.bbcdoctorwhoshop.com/en/doctor-who-eleventh-doctor-sonic-screwdriver-pen?fee=1&fep=483&gclid=CNvJ_dbR7b8CFScV7Aod3xUAeg

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
Max The Magnificent   7/30/2014 1:49:52 PM
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@Antedeluvian: ...you may have trouble at airport security with this

I have enough trouble getting through airport security with my leather belt (see this blog) -- I think I'll pass on this pen LOL

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
antedeluvian   7/30/2014 1:45:51 PM
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Max

4.5" long, but you may have trouble at airport security with this

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
Max The Magnificent   7/30/2014 1:44:04 PM
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@TonyTib: No, if Max is going with Retro 51, he should go for the patina

YES! I LOVE IT -- but I can;t se ehow big it is -- is it one of the short 4.5" ones?

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Re: If you like things that age, you should get this
TonyTib   7/30/2014 1:38:17 PM
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No, if Max is going with Retro 51, he should go for the patina

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