In japan you don't shred old documents. you make pens out of them

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Believe it or not, some offices still use pencils and paper to communicate. Those that do often find that they have an abundance of waste paper and a lack of usable pencils. This brilliant solution takes care of both problems at once by using waste paper to create brand spanking new pencils. It’s called the P&P Office Waste Paper Processor, and it’s designed to provide low-cost writing implements from office waste.

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  • Ouroborus09. Jun, 2014

    Pens? I’m pretty sure they’re pencils…

  • Pudzian ksw 2420. Sep, 2013

    Wonderful post! We are linking to this grat post on our website.
    Keep up the good writing.

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