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Re: OT: grumble, grumble

Salt lover here! If I ever had to go on one of those "reduced salt  
diets", I'd probably have to jump off a bridge!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On May 25, 2005, at 11:17 PM, Theresa wrote:

> Oh yuck-  salt just ruins a perfectly good margarita.  The bookcase is
> too tall to fit through the window opening (even if you took the  
> window
> out- which you wouldn't since it is bricked into place).  So, short of
> knocking out part of a wall- no go!  I am certain there must be  
> another
> bookcase with glass doors somewhere in the world that will fit in  
> the door.
> Theresa
> Donna wrote:
>> Did you think of all the possibilities before returning the  
>> bookcase? Why
>> doesn't it fit? Got a window you can take out to get it in? A few  
>> houses
>> ago, couch wouldn't make the turn- took out the front picture  
>> window to get
>> it in....
>> Donna
>> Ps- gotta have salt with the margarita!

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