Negative B7-528 (2007)
(..and a spider (Opilionis, A.K.A. Hooiwagen (Dutch) / Harvestman (English))
Test paper (Kruidvat) “Jumelles” (2006)
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Test paper from stores selling pens.
Excerpts from this test paper:
Test paper (Kruidvat) Kladblok (2006)
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The long awaited Gouranga message has entered my mailbox:
From: Neateye firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 06-Nov-2006 20:44
Call out Gouranga be happy…
Gouranga Gouranga Gouranga!
That which brings the highest happiness
Paper leaflets with advertisements are distributed to our city and country homes (a push medium), except those (in the Netherlands) who have a special sticker on their mailbox lids:
(No I don’t want any advertisements, Yes I do want to receive free local newspapers / No I don’t want to receive neither advertisements nor free local newspapers No)
From time to time packages of leaflets (which perviously were made manually, on the floor in the homes of the local distrubutors) can be spotted outside, in the wild: half empty, littering the streets, or still sealed, floating in a ditch (see the article below: the distributor is asked to collect the package of advertisements which was found by people from the community centre in Oosterhoogebrug or they (might?) go to the person to give back and/or reprimand him or her for pollution. A person’s address is apparently sticked on the package). Either the distributors accidentally lost them, or they simply dumped them to save time.