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I think repeating patterns are soothing.

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  1. I guess (or: I remember) sometime in the last years having mentioned that my father was a railroad employee. I often visited him at the station as a child and they had exactly the same ticket "system" or "dispenser" - and almost the same kind of tickets.

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  2. repeating patterns make good photos too.

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  3. love the patterns.. My dad was a ticket seller for many years, and those cardboard tickets bring back so many memories of him...

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  4. Hadn't thought about them being soothing as such, but I know they are most attractive to the eye.

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  5. The PTC was not all that long ago, either.

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