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CarlosKB wrote:
...what's a good, Foolish price for a shredder?...

The most Foolish price for a shredded is zero - I use the shredder at work. :-)

I saw a nice personal shredder at Staples for under $40. It cross-cuts so you wind up with the more secure little rectangular confetti instead of the less secure long strips of paper. And it's small enough to sit on your desk - about six inches square at the base and about eight inches high.

I'm rather fanatical about shredding - if I even think there's info on a paper that could cause me damage in the wrong hands, then as soon as I'm finished with it - BZEERT!


Another $0.02 for the hungry!
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