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Purely THEORETICAL, but here are the rules: 1. Limited to 10 bottles MAX. 2. Can be any combination of ink and bottles as long as it pertains to rule #1. 3. DO NOT PANIC... this is not real. If you had to take or save only 10 bottles of ink, what would they be? These are the inks that you absolutely cannot live without and need to be pried from your cold, inky fingers. You can choose to take 10 bottles of the same ink or you can have 2 bottles of one ink and 3 bottles of another so long as the final result adds up to 10 bottles total. You may also opt to take one bottle of several differen
I teach college chemistry, so there is a lot of grading to be done. There are many pens at home, including a big vintage sheaffer collection, but those are not in rotation. In the flock are: A marble green m200 with M and an extra R. Binder cursive italic nib (rarely used). A blue-o-blue m800 with an IB nib, filled with blue pelikan ink (the sign official stuff pen). A red m800 with a F and an extra EF nib, filled with brown pelikan ink for general writing and grading. (a nice ink, BTW) A red d800 pencil for all things pencillish, including filling in bubble sheet keys, crosswords and kenken
After saving some money and wondering what fountain pen to get for it I decided to get me a nice Lamy 2000. I had read loads of good things about this pen and finally went into town to buy one. At the shop they had a whole bunch of Lamy pens and several 2000s. I could test them all and found that the Lamy 2000 sure is a nice fountain pen but not for me. The little ears that hold the cap in place disturb me and make the pen uncomfortable to hold and write with. I wanted to get a fountain pen with a gold nib at a reasonable price. A pen that would last long under heavy use. So I looked at the ot