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Narrower Lines For Graduate School Notebook Paper

Meadreleasesrarticle Thinking about going back and getting that MA, or even an Phd?  This might be for you: 

"After decades of only offering ruled notebook paper suitable for college-level education and below, school-supply giant Mead introduced its new grad-school-ruled notebook Monday, which features lines twice as close as those for college," states this news report (Mead Releases New Grad-School-Ruled Notebook).  "The notebooks are currently available in several special grad-school-edition colors, including alabaster, saffron, vermilion, and, for girl graduate students, periwinkle."

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To accompany Mead's new reporter notepad, that flips open at the top and the bottom, depending on whether the person you're interviewing is important or not? You do know that the "news report" you're citing is from The Onion?

great idea for the reporters' notepad, skoolboy --
and yes, i did know it was from the onion --
it's in the "made up news" category

Sorry, I didn't catch the category! Sometimes it's hard to separate truth from satire!

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