"Feed me, Bob. Feed me," the two-foot stack of paper seemed to say.
The mound seemed to have life of its own; growing, insatiably demanding more space. The solution to this monster's appetite was simple--recycle it, because the realization came that keeping paper copies of documents, unless you've got a copy of the Magna Carta or an original of the Declaration of Independence that you bought for a dollar at a garage sale, is often not worth the effort.
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