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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Huh? Mitsubishi Pencil/Uniball isn't apart of Mitsu Corp?
    "Uni-ball and Uni are brands of pens and pencils, made by the Mitsubishi Pencil Company Limited of Japan. The brand was introduced in 1979 as a rollerball pen model, then expanding to the rest of Mitsubishi Pencil products."

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    Have you ever heard of Bodie, California? It's a preserved ghost town. All the items in the buildings are original; nothing was trucked in to make it more authentic, etc. We were going by the old saloon and I peeked through the window and saw this. I was very confused. I asked one of the park rangers about it, and he didn't know why the Mitsubishi logo were on the chips. However, I guess, as some of these posts have stated, the logo is very old and has meaning. Thought that was pretty neat though.



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