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Old 04-25-2005, 11:03 AM   #11
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Even with MP3 CDs, it'* still be nice to have something other than sharpee printing.

Unfortunately, The Missus put me to work this weekend, so I didn't get much chance to play with the new toy. But I did my best to apply some normal wear and tear the the one CD I made up til now. The ink didn't smudge or nothing with slightly rougher than normal handling. I also loaded it into the computer, the crappy under counter player in the kitchen, the front slot loading stereo in the living room, and finally into my car. No scratches yet

I'm happy with it. Now if I could just find that can of clearcoat I hid from myself to further protect the ink.....
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