OMG! That is so great. Where can I find one?
there are a couple on eBay right now....
how fun. yeah, here's one for sale right now!
You can find the whole collection here.If they take custom jobs, I nominate "Stupid Question Jar", kind of like the cussing jar that I routinely fill up at home.Among their other products is this mug that should be a fixture on all of our desks.
Indeed. Though I like the CM items from cafepress, it looks like Tumbleweed could make a good case for being the official purveyor of pottery to CM.
I and two coworkers each have one! Coworker one has ashes in it. Coworker two keeps hot chocolate mix in hers. She'll casually open the container and scoop some into a mug while meeting with a student. I keep loose change in mine.
Awesome! All I have are Legos on my desk. Hardly threatening....
I thought Strelnikov's desk would be more cluttered.
It doesn't look like it's large enough.
The ashes from an average human will fit quite nicely in a 3 lb coffee can.
This reminds me of the kid on "Jerry Maguire" who spouts off information about how heavy a human head is. :o)
Annie, I was thinking it's too small to hold very many students' ashes. The label does say "students."Fifty years ago, one container on the desk would be all that's necessary. Today, a 55 gallon drum would be of more use.
Oh indeed, Gary. Indeed. I was thinking, however, that with students so special, we'd only get a few tablespoons. After all, there are other proffies with whom the little loveys should be shared :0).
So much more compact and hygienic than rolling the bodies up in rugs and stashing them behind the bookcase. But where does one accomplish the transformation, I wonder? The central heating plant? No question; we need Strelnikov for this one.
I'm not a Goddamn Nazi; I bury the bodies.In secret places.
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