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Unread 31st March 2019, 09:28 AM
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That's very cool!
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Those plastic pallets are too soft.

I had the same idea - we have plenty here at work - but once you've hit one with a saw, you'll see how weak they really are.
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be careful with the bread trays -- the 'police' section of my local rag has a story about a bloke getting busted for stealing a stack of them.
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