Let’s take the time to think about … twine. It’s not something you think about a lot; most of us have replaced it (if we ever had it) with rubber bands or wire twisties or cable ties or bungee cords. Or tape. I use blue tape for everything. If you wanted twine, would you even be able to get it? Where would you even go?To a big box “home store” of course.There, it is, all ready for spring, made of all natural materials in a pleasing color scheme of green and natural buff, with all the hairy, potentially scratchy texture of the great classic twine. I didn’t buy any, although I was tempted. It’s a compelling material but I have no use for it.
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