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Jeffrey Higa
Works at Hawaii's Plantation Village
Attended University of Missouri-St. Louis
Lives in Honolulu, Hawaii
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The worst Darth Vader Ring Ever! #starwars #TheForceAwakens
Okay, I know Star Wars Episode VII (aka, The Force Awakens ) has people excited, but there is really no excuse for this ring: It looks like Vader AFTER he's been on that funeral pyre at the end of Episode 6. Not only has Darth Vader been the victim of a shr...
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#Ebay watch: James Thurber memorabilia? Shipping Box for his cremated ashes!
Looking for that special gift this Christmas for the the literati that has everything? I bet they don't have this: For a mere $499 (starting bid), you can purchase the shipping container that once held the urn and cremation remains or cremains (today's less...
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Nixon x @FieldNotesBrand Collaboration 3-pack unmasked! @Nixon_Now
These 3-packs just went up on Nixon's website for $15 plus FREE SHIPPING: http://www.nixon.com/us/en/product/nixon-field-notes-C2483.html?sku=C2483190-PK These are your typical Field Notes with the 100# cover stocks and 50# text inner papers.  But they come...
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New Life for the Imperfect @calepino notebooks
Calepino, makers of the famous French notebook, have offered some "factory seconds" for sale. This is the first time I have seen any notebook company offer this kind of sale, and I was more excited about it than I should be.  I mean, I have a lot of their "...
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Looking for a hardcover for your used Hobonichi Techos?
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Need a Christmas present for the book lover that has everything?
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#Ebay watch: #SesameStreet You too can own an original "piece" of Oscar the Grouch
OMG, Don't know why this showed up on one of my feeds, but wanted to alert you that you could own a 3" inch x 3.5" inch piece of skin from Oscar the Grouch. Looks correctly "matted" Did someone tear it off Oscar in a street fight? Was it stolen from the lab...
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Adventures in Bookbinding: The Hobonichi Techo
One of the new accessories introduced for the 2015 Hobonichi Techo was the Misuzudo Bookbinding Kit and Tool Set. It offers a do-it-yourself solution to transform your previous Techos into hardcover books for permanent archival storage. This design is by Ma...
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I don't think so.  The supplies in this set are pretty much made only for the smaller Hobonichi that is not too full, it seems.  For example, the cheesecloth is cut for the size of the cloth covers that are in the set.  You could use the bamboo sticks and headband from this set.  You're better off buying the "tools" set and using that stuff when you create the chipboard spines and covers and cloth for your own Hobonichi over.  The stuff in the set won't work that well for you.
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  • University of Missouri-St. Louis
    M.A. in English-Creative Writing
  • Arizona State University
    Creative Writing
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    B.S. Communication
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Writer, Non-Profit Management, Marketer
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  • Hawaii's Plantation Village
    Writer, Non-Profit Management, Marketer, present
  • Hager Companies
    Desktop Publisher Designer
  • InfoImage Inc.
    Director of Marketing
  • Visions Technology in Education
    Director of Marketing
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Honolulu, Hawaii
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Hawaii - All Over
Great place to stay for the rate. Good wi-fi, "free" breakfast, very clean.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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