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Old August 10th 04, 12:34 AM
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hope that's not on your cigarette papers!


Yuck


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Old August 10th 04, 02:31 AM
Mary
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"Ronn Blankenship" wrote in message
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Hi, all,

About 5 years or so ago, soon after D.J. arrived, he found and placed
his mark on some of the original papers relating to the disability
claim.


Those papers are probably copies of others filed somewhere. Remember,
government bureaucracies do everything in quadruplicate. Look at the agency
name on those papers and do some research on the Internet and perhaps via
telephone. Bet you can get brand new certified copies. It is depressing
enough to be disabled. I really do not think you need to hang on to peed
upon papers.


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Old August 10th 04, 02:31 AM
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"Ronn Blankenship" wrote in message
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Hi, all,

About 5 years or so ago, soon after D.J. arrived, he found and placed
his mark on some of the original papers relating to the disability
claim.


Those papers are probably copies of others filed somewhere. Remember,
government bureaucracies do everything in quadruplicate. Look at the agency
name on those papers and do some research on the Internet and perhaps via
telephone. Bet you can get brand new certified copies. It is depressing
enough to be disabled. I really do not think you need to hang on to peed
upon papers.


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Old August 10th 04, 02:55 PM
Toni from T.O.
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"Ronn Blankenship" wrote in message
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Hi, all,

Does anyone have any suggestions for how to remove the stain and smell
from paper without damaging the paper or what's printed on it?


How about getting photocopies made and having them notarized?

Toni


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Old August 10th 04, 02:55 PM
Toni from T.O.
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"Ronn Blankenship" wrote in message
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Hi, all,

Does anyone have any suggestions for how to remove the stain and smell
from paper without damaging the paper or what's printed on it?


How about getting photocopies made and having them notarized?

Toni


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Old August 11th 04, 02:30 AM
Jason R.
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Get a tightt sealed container plastic and put moth balls in the
container with your papers seal the plastic box or container for about
30 days then remove the papers let them air out until the moth ball odor
is gone keep doing this until you smell no odor from the cat and the
moth balls.keep the old moth balls they can be reused just leave them in
the box and put your papers back in again if they need it..place about 3
to 4 moth balls in the container.. the moth balls will not harm the
papers.Jason

 




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