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Old December 4, 2008, 01:53 PM
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all snug and not going to get broke durning shipping unless they decide to play football with it
Haven't you heard? That's what shipping companies do in their spare time
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Old December 4, 2008, 02:35 PM
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lol i dont trust them people.... i would not let them pack foam in a box let alone computer gear
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Nobody packs like me or Brewer lol. I like using the foam peanuts to & as I came to find out today so does Brewer lmao!


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Old December 8, 2008, 06:39 PM
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Reusing shipping material = win. That's how I ALWAYS roll.

You know it.
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Wow- can't beleive you packed a microres that carefully- you couldn't break one of thos ethiongs if you tried.
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That was Brewers handy work to me Babs lol. One of the best packing jobs I've seen yet! Besides my own I mean. I sent a HD to Patriote a couple weeks ago & packed it in a similar fasion. I didn't want it to get bumped in any way!
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I just shipped out this Waterford Crystal glass, and while I didn't have any of that fancy high tech packing stuff, i thought it would be nice to throw in a couple of complementary wrenches and some nails...you know, as like, a bonus

i like the way you think
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Well now if they were snap-ons, I wouldn't be parting with them
You know both are made in the same factory right?
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Old April 9, 2009, 06:21 AM
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After having shipped quite a few items out, I read on canadapost's website that packages should be able to survive a 1meter (3.2ft) drop.

So if your shipping anything valuable you might as well pad the hell out of it and slap some fragile stickers on it.
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