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[IP] Re: old syringe containers

> << remember keeping my syringe in an olive jar, because it was tall and
> and we kept it full of alcohol with a bunch of cotton at the bottom to
> the needle from dulling.   >>
> My container was an old cut-glass sort of solt shaker that was wide at the
> bottom and narrow at the top, to limit the times it got knocked over
> Linda Z

My container was a creamed herring jar so the syringe and needle could lie
flat in the alcohol. The lid rusted so a Jif peanut butter lid replaced it.
I still have that jar and lid and it was on display at my 50-yr BASH. (~_^)

> This is not a case of how great things were in the "good old
> days". :-)
> Don

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