Printing On These Computers - Poem by Roxanne Dubarry
My friend, Mary C did some research on how to print
copies of these computers.
Simply press the Control and P key at the same time.
But we do not know how to put more paper into the
printer when it has run out of paper.
We may have to end up buying our own.
I will have to ask the office staff how to
do it properly.I will also tell them we
are out of paper! But first things first.
We might have to purchase our own.
We would like copies of the former
Everett Casket Company.
It was renamed the Collins Building.
It has been torn down which is why
we want to preserve this important
the piece of Everett, Washington's
Especially since our city is planning
to finally open up its own museum.
An important project long overdue!
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