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  1. Well, it's "Back-to-School" time at Wal-Mart, if not in the real world. And I've already been to my local store to check out the goodies. Why so early? I'm an English professor who keeps a stash of cheap little staplers to give to my students so they can staple their damn papers. And since I discovered that my Wal-Mart only gets a very limited number of the 97-cent staplers, I'm always there by mid-July. I also stock up on composition notebooks (both to give away and to use myself), especially since they remain a bargain at only 50 cents for a 100-sheet notebook. This year, I noticed that
  2. Yoobi Composition notebooks have the kind of composition-notebook cover heft and feel I like: stiff, heavy-duty cardboard. They are sold at Target for $2.29. They might be available elsewhere, but I've only seen them at Target. They come in wide rule and college, and the different rules are distinguished at a glance by the covers: wide rule has a solid color as the background. The notebook also comes in pink. Clearly designed for children, I'm not a big fan of the cover design even though I do like toucans. I'm a big fan of Fruit Loops. I like Fruit Loops more than this cover de
  3. I love Rhodia products, but I really wish they would make them in popular US sizes rather than just European (metric) sizes. Two examples are composition books and 3.5“ x 5.5” side-stitched notebooks (like the Moleskine Cahier and Field Notes Brand notebooks). Neither of these sizes is available from Rhodia (although its parent company, Clairefontaine, offers some 3.5“ x 5.5” notebooks that aren’t as easy to find). And Rhodia does have a smallish 7.5 x 12 cm 48 page notebook that would be just perfect if it was a bit larger. I have nice leather covers that fit these two sizes
  4. Hi guys, I'm considering getting an Oberon notebook cover, either the Moleskine cover or composition cover. http://www.oberondesign.com/collections/composition-notebook-covers/products/composition-notebook-cover-van-goghs-sky However, while I like these notebooks, the paper quality isn't so good to do ink washes and calligraphy practice with 1.5 or 2.4 mm nibs. Because of that, I can't decide which size to choose! Both are portable, one fits better in my smaller purses...I'd really appreciate input regarding good sketchbooks or fp-friendly notebooks that would fit either of these notebook
  5. Just a heads up that Staples is currently clearancing out their Sustainable Earth composition notebooks with the poly covers, SKU 77537 >> here <<. They're $1.45 each with free site-to-store shipping. There are 4 colors (red, blue, black, green), but I think the color you get might be random? I didn't see the option to select your cover color. Cheers!
  6. carevalo1

    Help Me!

    I need help on choosing the best notebook for my notes in class. I'm a high school student looking for the best notebook for everyday writing. I will be willing to spend the most $15-20 on a notebook that's fountain friendly, but here's the catch, I must use a composition notebook because the teacher refuses spiral books. I need a composition notebook that is regular size but is fountain pen friendly. Also I'm guessing my only places are staples or office max. I'm using Mont Blanc Irish green in (pretty wet) so I want something that won't bleed through easily. I would prefer wide ruled becau

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