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    Fragging some cabbage leather

    Just wondering what the best method to frag cabbage leather is? Thanks in advance.

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    not sure but I'd be interested in buying some from you if you do it!!!
    :fish3:Piatchie:fish3:

    Why is it called "cargo" when it goes by ship, and "shipment" when it goes by car?

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    Just use a razor blade and slice off as big of a chunk you want. To attach....I simply jam it into a hole in a rock and let it attach by itself.
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    John,

    I'd like to have a piece. How much do you have!
    :fish3:Piatchie:fish3:

    Why is it called "cargo" when it goes by ship, and "shipment" when it goes by car?

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    I have a nice bit of it. No problem at all. Thanks azonic.

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