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One of my few regrets is that I did not invent the storage unit. Row upon row of unlit metal buildings, locked up tight, packed with moldering possessions that will never see the light of day again. Every one of them is generating rental income and the
Locking Metal 100 Key Cabinet 16.5" x 3" x 22.5" - Metal - Smoke Gray
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When place is at a premium, this cabinet helps you out. The 36 inch width design offers additional filing space over standard 30 inch drawers. Unhurt and interlocking drawers let only one drawer open at a time to prevent tipping. Inset handles keep everything functional. Fix is a removable, interchangeable core system located in the center of the drawer for more secure locking across the entire drawer. Drawer face stiffeners are added for extra durability with this wider design. Order and give your office some solid storage and truly simple style. About the HON Theatre troupe Headquartered in Muscatine, Iowa, the HON Company is established as a leader in the office furniture industry. The HON Company designs and manufactures products including chairs, files, panel systems, tables, and desks. With several governmental manufacturing facilities, the company provides products through a system of dealers and retailers throughout the United States. In an effort to come up with and act green, the HON Company uses less packing material, reduces their amount of fabric waste, and uses recycled wood from other stuff. Drawer front stiffeners for extra durability. Center mounted lock for more secure locking. 36 inches wide prototype. One Key interchangeable core removable locks. Interlocking drawers to prevent tipping. Ball bearing slide suspension drawers. Holds message or legal size files.
I tried to shout for my son but it only came out a mumble as sleep slowly released me from its dreary grasp. I felt the cold of the night snuggling against my right foot. Slipping my foot under the blankets that had been shoved to the bottom of the bed I turned on my side and noticed the clock read 4:44 in the morning as my eyes closed. A slowly dissolving impression of the red numbers glowed behind my eyelids as I tried to fall back into sleep. Teetering on the edge of sleep I felt the blanket pull back from my foot. I was too engrossed in watching phantoms of dream fold in and out of existence before my closed eyes that I brushed it off as a piece of a dream that was taking shape and welcoming me. That’s when I felt the sharp pinch against the bottom of my foot. I sat up in bed instantly awake. Something thumped against the wooden bedroom floor at the bottom of the bed. I sat listening to the silence of the night for a minute. Slowly I began to hear something breathing, almost wheezing, coming from the darkness in the room. Fearing it was me and I was losing my mind I held my breath, yet the breathing sounds continued. Something squealed and I heard something small with claws scurry under the bed. It didn’t quite have the same sounds as a domesticated pet, which wouldn’t have been the case anyway as I didn’t have any in the home since my Labrador Max had passed away months ago. In my mind, I decided that it must be a raccoon or some sort of opossum that somehow found a way inside. The longer I sat there and let my eyes adjust, the more I began to creep myself out. How the hell do I get out of bed now with it under there. I could hear it under the bed as it moved around. I was still trying to work out if I should jump from the bed like they tell you to do if your car is ever in contact with downed power lines when I heard it ripping into the cloth of the mattress and box springs. A new sense of danger overtook me as I imagined a rabid raccoon tearing up through the bedding below me and attacking. I hopped out of bed and ran through the open door, slamming it shut behind me and locking the little bastard in my bedroom. Turning on the hallway light, I found the flashlight in the towel closet and made my way to my son’s room. He was still quietly sleeping, his favorite nightlight spinning on the dresser and throwing lighted animals across the walls and ceiling. I quietly closed the door behind me and checked his window to make sure it was closed and locked. I dropped softly to a knee and shined the flashlight under the bed only to see an army of creatures hiding under there. Luckily they were just toys and I made a mental note to have him clean his room later today. The closet was also a disaster area of toys and clothing, but there wasn’t anything alive in there. I crept back to his door, slipped out without waking him, and closed his door behind me. I felt strange wearing only one sock, so I pinched a piece of it between my barefoot and the floor and lifted my foot out of it, which reminded me that I... I leaned against the wall and lifted my right foot to check the underside of it. There were no bite marks and no blood, but I could feel a small cut that hadn’t quite made it all the way through the skin. On my way to the bathroom, I stopped at my own door and put my ear to it to listen. I couldn’t hear anything and after a few seconds made my way to the medicine cabinet and poured some hydrogen peroxide over the bottom of my foot in the bathroom. As I stood with one foot hanging over the edge of the bathtub to dry I thought about my next course of action. Fearing it would turn out to just be a rat or something small and not wanting to have to listen to him inflate his own ego at my expense I decided to take matters into my own hands. My first thought was the shotgun, but that was in the bedroom with Mickey Mouse the Rabid, plus, I mean, that might be a little bit of overkill. Hard to tell your six-year-old son why you killed one of his favorite cartoon characters with grandpa’s shotgun. I dried my foot off by stepping on the bathroom mat and made my way down the hall to the kitchen, then to the connected garage. I didn’t really want to kill it if I didn’t have to. I found an old box with some Christmas lights in it and dumped them out.
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