Friday, March 25, 2011

The Journals Go To...

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  1. cool! thanks I've sent the email.

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  2. *polite applause*

    Well done to the winners. I still need to make the trek to my own local Target and hope they're dumping their own supply.

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  3. Hey, I got lucky for once! Email sent.

    ~Joe

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  4. Congrats to the winners!

    Yeah, I check my Target nearly once a week and while they have a spiral bound Rhodia pack, they don't have anything I would call "cool".

    Haha! Yeah, I am golf clapping as well:)

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  5. Eh? What's Target? I'm guessing a stationery chain? Anyway, by way of acceptance speech, I'd like to thank...sorry, this is too emotional. Ryan, there's a snailmail address in the aether to you. I'll completely understand if cost is prohibitive. But I WILL reciprocate with a similarly-themed competition sometime soon (when I can think of a suitable prize!)

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  6. @Rob: Oh, if only. Target is a discount department store in the U.S., somewhat like Wal-Mart with a conscience. The existence of Rhodia on their shelves is a sign of a benevolent universe.

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  7. Congrats to the winners!

    The Targets in my area have been pretty hit and miss where Rhodia is concerned, though I'm happy they carry them at all! I checked this week, and while one of 'em did have *one* of these journal things marked down, it looked like someone had drop-kicked it a few times and then stomped on it with muddy shoes for good measure...so I passed. A pity, 'cause I do love Rhodia.

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  8. Whoo! Score! We just got back from an obligatory Children's Shoe Buying Trip (obligatory, since they keep growing out of 'em.) Four "reverse books" and a staple-bound A4 notebook all hiding out on the clearance end-cap. Total cost was less than you see one of the reverse books go for at regular price. Now I can drown my sorrows in my own success...

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