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Found at Boronia State School when I started school in 1953....
- Denis Murrell
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Sharpening Stone
contributed by David Burd


I once had a job cutting an infinite number of Rubylith masks by hand and we went through X-acto blades by the dozens. To save money, we would sharpen the dull blades on this stone, much like a caveman might have done.


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