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Re: [vox] greeting cards on linux



On Sun, Dec 01, 2002 at 11:34:24PM -0800, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> heh.   i just realized how cynical that sounded.
> 
> it's just that it's a pita to keep going to papyrus to pick up greeting
> cards.  i'd like to get it done immediately when i think about it.  not
> when i manage to make it out to papyrus.  it can also be pretty
> expensive.

Not exactly what you asked, but why not get greeting cards from the Davis
Food Co-op? With some exceptions*, their cards are suitable for relatives and
come in a reasonable selection. And you get get groceries on the same trip
:-).

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