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Subject:Re: Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Light me a Match From:Robert Plamondon <robert -at- PLAMONDON -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 31 Jan 1997 06:32:47 PST
>if you put the abrasive strip on the back and don't close the box before
>turning it over to strike, all your matches will fall out. (Your consumer
>wouldn't be very happy.) So that design wouldn't work very well, would it?
>However, if you put the strip of the front, you will still have your fire
That's matchBOOK, not matchBOX. Matches don't fall out of matchbooks,
because they're physically attached to them and have to be torn out.
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