Cutting home-made business cards 



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Today is Wednesday, May 2

From John
That is an interesting  picture of the church where you grew 
up, but it would be even more interesting if you told us 
where it is. 
    John

It is in Rankweil, VB, Austria
Here it is at night, from a different angle:


Rankweil is in the Western part of Austria, about 30 km (20 miles)
South of Lake Constance, 10 km (8 miles) east of Switzerland
and about the same distance northeast of Liechtenstein.

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Tech Support Pits: From: Sherry Re: Cutting business cards Dear Webby, What is the best way to cut business cards when one does not want to buy the outrageously high priced perforated ones? Sherry Dear Sherry Gate type cutters, like you probably remember from school, are cheap, especially at garage sales. but it's not easy to be accurate with them, unless you bolt them down and clamp a solid stop block in front of them. Some of them have pull-out stops that look neat, but they tend to move, and by the time you realize that they have moved, you have ruined a lot of good paper. Bolt the cutter table down onto a shelf, so that the gate is ACROSS the shelf, not parallel with the shelf. That way, instead of the cut-offs sailing across the room, will neatly fall onto the shelf. And you can use a cheap "C" clamp to fix a stop in front of it. Rolling wheel cutters are more expensive, but their prices have come down quite nicely. They produce the cleanest cut, but unfortunately are still so new, that you probably will not find them at garage sales and will have to buy them new. Here is a Carl 12" trimmer for $10 If I didn't have an old 18" gate cutter screwed down on a shelf, I would probably be lusting after that one. Have FUN! DearWebby
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