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Old 07-12-2015, 09:59 AM   #21
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Looks nice.

Just to start another argument; I see you roll your paper off the top. I roll mine off the bottom.

They say I'm funny like that!
Do believe it is suppose to come over the top.
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Old 07-12-2015, 10:46 AM   #22
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Do believe it is suppose to come over the top.
I cry foul on this. They didn't even have TP in 1891!
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Old 07-12-2015, 10:50 AM   #23
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I cry foul on this. They didn't even have TP in 1891!
They evidently did, I don't believe the patent office issues patents on imaginary objects or procedures.
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OK, I stand corrected.

But I wasn't around then so I didn't know.

The first packaged toilet paper was the 1857 invention of American, Joseph Gayetty and called Gayetty's Medicated Paper. In 1880, the British Perforated Paper Company created a paper product to be used for wiping after using the toilet that came in boxes of small pre-cut squares. In 1879, the Scott Paper Company began selling the first toilet paper on a roll, however, toilet paper in roll form did not become common until 1907. In 1942, St. Andrew's Paper Mill in Great Britain introduced the first two-ply toilet paper.

Now I know.

But I do still roll off the bottom.
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... But I do still roll off the bottom.
Some peoples kids just refuse to be "teached".
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OK, I stand corrected.

But I wasn't around then so I didn't know.

The first packaged toilet paper was the 1857 invention of American, Joseph Gayetty and called Gayetty's Medicated Paper. In 1880, the British Perforated Paper Company created a paper product to be used for wiping after using the toilet that came in boxes of small pre-cut squares. In 1879, the Scott Paper Company began selling the first toilet paper on a roll, however, toilet paper in roll form did not become common until 1907. In 1942, St. Andrew's Paper Mill in Great Britain introduced the first two-ply toilet paper.

Now I know.

But I do still roll off the bottom.
So Timex you are saying that you are back ass words

The patent office shows over the top Tim
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That was how the illustrator showed how the device was intended to be patented. Which was a mistake because some one could come along and get a paten for under rolling of the TP. Now there would be a patent fight and the bottom feeders would get rich and the paten holders would lose out! You have to cover all of your bases when you submit a patent to be really effective.
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So Timex you are saying that you are back ass words
Tim
Yes, my back ass works!

Now, my front ass is a different story.

OK, enough of this, let's get back to helping the OP.

Next time I'm out with the TT, I'll take a pic of my fancy holder.

And it rolls off the side!
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Ann Landers or Dear Abby (don't remember which) spent YEARS dealing with people asking which way is "correct" (it was a relatively huge percentage of her mail). I believe she ultimately got back to the patent and said "top is correct."
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