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OT: Rubylith

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  • From: "D. Mark Andrews" <mark@dragonbones.com>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 12:12:34 -0700
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Okay folks, a little off topic here, but I'm having a difficult time trying
to hunt down sheets of rubylith. Seems like this stuff should be easy to
find online, but I haven't had any luck with the usual haunts. Where are you
buying your rubylith?