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January 29, 2012

IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT YOU EVER GET TIRED OF THE NATIONAL MUSTARD MUSEUM

...there's always The Pojman Pocket Protector Collection.

(Thanks to jon harris)

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There appear to be 40 pages of this nonsense.

Reminds me of the "Chuck" finale, which was actually funny and sentimental...

Boy, this takes me back to my HS days!

"Carp Leather" ... !!! Wish they'd've had that kind when I wuz a Nerd!

You're not a true dyed-in-the-wool geek unless you wear a pocket protector and a slide rule in a holster on your belt. I still have my pocket Pickett!

The professor needs to get out more.

Get out more? With his Bic Round Stick unprotected? I think not.

O T U

They do.

I'm sure this collection is unrivaled anywhere. Let's be glad for that.

I heard that the Consumer Electronics Show featured roughly 8 gazillion variations of iPod cases.

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you iPod cases -- the pocket protector of the 21st Century. Our children's grandchildren will beam iPod case jokes to each other via their telepathic implants.

I had to type through one a them spam detectors to get that joke posted. I'll leave it to y'all to decide if it was worth my effort.

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