10 July 2009
Everlasting Rubber Bands
Some things (like the packaging of these Everlasting "all-purpose" rubber bands) never change. Other products I can think of whose protective covers resist the digital age: matches, starch for clothes, Choc-nut.
The half-naked Indian wields a bow whose string rivals only Everlasting rubber bands in strength.
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