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String fullTitle = "/po/ - Papercraft & Origami";
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class Thread extends Board{
public void Origamiragethread(OP Anonymous){

String fullTitle = "Origami rage thread";
int postNumber = "566774";
String image = "IMG_20180809_171549006.jpg";
String date = "08/09/18(Thu)10:20:37";
String comment = ">new ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘square’’’’’’’’ of origami paper, folded precisely corner to corner, completely flat
fuck."
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public void comments(){
if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566794 && dateTime=="08/09/18(Thu)22:21:03" && image=="1508473190611.gif")

">>566774
Every time."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566840 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)00:40:09")

">>566774
lolwut"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566852 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)08:32:19")

"happens to me all the time. any tips plz";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566854 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)10:26:27")

">>566774
>>566852
Here is my technique, it works pretty well for me. You need a scalpel, a straightedge and a cutting mat with a grid patern.

-Once your sheet of paper is prepped cut one thin strip close to one edge of your sheet. This will ensure that this side is perfectly straight.
-Align this perfectly straight edge with the vertical line of the grid and use horizontal lines and straight edge to cut a right angle.
-You now have two perfectly straight edges of paper forming a perfect right angle. Fold the right angle in half, now the two straight edges of paper are one on top of the other.
-Align these two straight edges of paper with the vertical line of the grid and use the straightedge and grid to make a cut perpendicular to the two superposed straight edges.

You now have a square, if done correctly it's virtually perfect. The origami paper that are sold are usually poor quality square and you often need to recut them."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566864 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)12:13:48")

">>566854
Thanks I tried this but my square still turned out Off by 2mm"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567947 && dateTime=="09/21/18(Fri)15:24:25")

">paper from Origami Shop arrives
>the big sheets were pretty sharply folded in half and in half again, and not even precisely
What are they even thinking? What if I wanted to make a tesselation from a hexagonal grid on one of those sheets?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567980 && dateTime=="09/22/18(Sat)15:41:59")

">>567947
Screw that. I'd never shop for paper there again. And I'd tell everyone and their mother not to either"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567984 && dateTime=="09/22/18(Sat)21:04:36")

">>567980
something about the monopoly that store has on everything from paper to books in this hobby seems really fucking weird to me. this shit is just another issue of many with them"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567991 && dateTime=="09/23/18(Sun)00:32:42")

">>567980
I wish I could but they have papers which are impossible to find anywhere else"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568291 && dateTime=="10/04/18(Thu)05:44:23")

"Tip..buy a dressmakers ruler or Matt with a the measurements in it!!!# then you can make perfect squares";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568329 && dateTime=="10/05/18(Fri)00:30:05" && image=="Instagram-a821c8.png")

">spend a lot of time making something
>fuck up in the last few steps"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569220 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)14:36:44" && image=="IMG_20181107_213516191.jpg")

">‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘origami’’’’’’’’’’ paper
>can't even spread the wings of the crane because it tore when tried to do it only slightly
Even printer paper works better for a crane than this."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569222 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)14:41:59" && image=="IMG_20181107_213723709.jpg")

">>569220
Also:
>same kind of ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘origami’’’’’’’’’’ paper
>this happens to Jeremy Shafer’s Warrior Crane (basically a simple flapping bird) after LIGHT usage — and the tear isn’t even on the modified side"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569227 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)21:18:42")

">>569220
>>569222
Origami on the tag doesn't imply anything about it's quality"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569233 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)03:28:43")

">>566864
Then you need check your instruments or to git gud, son."
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