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    Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    Northern Tissue--renamed Quilted Northern in 1993--opened in Green Bay, Wisconsin*, in 1902. By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper," and the city had proudly earned the title of Toilet Paper Capital of America.

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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper,"

    Holy shit.
    Wasn't toilet paper always splinter-free>
    If not, then those wisconsinites who lived there in the late 1800's were some tough SOBs. ;D
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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper,"

    Holy pooh.
    Wasn't toilet paper always splinter-free>
    If not, then those wisconsinites who lived there in the late 1800's were some tough SOBs. ;D
    Actually, they got off on the splinters!
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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper,"

    Holy pooh.
    Wasn't toilet paper always splinter-free>
    If not, then those wisconsinites who lived there in the late 1800's were some tough SOBs. ;D
    I guess before the Sears catolog they use bark and leaves.
    Some Countries still don't use TP and they use their left hand.
    :-X

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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    "WVV" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper,"

    Holy pooh.
    Wasn't toilet paper always splinter-free>
    If not, then those wisconsinites who lived there in the late 1800's were some tough SOBs. ;D
    I guess before the Sears catolog they use bark and leaves.
    Some Countries still don't use TP and they use their left hand.
    :-X
    Some countries and some states (WVa, for one)...
    LOL
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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    [size=10pt]It figures Green Bay would be the home of toilet paper. The pro football team that made GB its home is full of sh*t. Is that why they're called the PACKERS?

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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    I thought it was going to be Cleveland.

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    I like this Bears fan! ^

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    Re: Official Toilet Paper Capital of America

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "WVV" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    By the 1930s the company was producing its famous "splinter-free toilet paper,"

    Holy pooh.
    Wasn't toilet paper always splinter-free>
    If not, then those wisconsinites who lived there in the late 1800's were some tough SOBs. ;D
    I guess before the Sears catolog they use bark and leaves.
    Some Countries still don't use TP and they use their left hand.
    :-X
    Some countries and some states (WVa, for one)...
    LOL
    WVa doesn't use anything, that's why the whole place stinks.

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