Dave at BOATANCHORS.COM
Fri Apr 27 14:23:16 EDT 2001
No new commentary - just tired of seeing 'Oacking' as the
subject line, and merely corrected the spelling on the thread.
And yes, I had the same problem here at the post office - no
liquor boxes. So I just don't use them anymore. Our liquor stores
slit the top on the edge instead of the middle anyway, so they
are hard to properly close.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Ellingson" <johnk7os at MAIL.TSS.NET>
To: <BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV>
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2001 9:57 AM
Subject: Re: Oacking
> I would suggest cutting the box at the orginal glued seam, turn it inside
> and reglue that seam. You start would with a new looking box.
> John K7OSK
> "John Dilks, K2TQN" wrote:
> > At 04:27 PM 4/26/2001 -0700, H. W. Petersen wrote:
> > >I offered to black out the liquor identity with a felt marker but the
> > >clerk said that would be inadequate. Then he suggested I wrap the box
> > >brown paper which I will do.
> > Pete,
> > Be careful with paper covering a box. UPS for instance will not
> > guarantee delivery, as the paper tends to come off. I would check with
> > another post office first, as the clerk may be over zealous.
> > 73's de K2TQN, John Dilks
> > My Old Radio Column in QST Magazine
> > http://www.eht.com/oldradio/arrl/
> > Old Radio Wireless and Radio History page
> > http://www.eht.com/oldradio/awa/
> > K2TQN's Old Radio Museum
> > http://www.eht.com/oldradio/museum/
> > The New Jersey Antique Radio Club page
> > http://www.eht.com/oldradio/
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