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Breaking was still an activity that could be done by tossing a piece of cardboard on a sidewalk and letting the music take hold, but for many, it had graduated from the sidewalks to dance studios.
The company said it plans to donate as many as 20,000 kits, which include a cardboard base, a 20-inch box fan and a 20-by-20-by-4 air filter.
The stadium appeared to be full because of 30,000 cardboard cutouts.
We are, in fact, not too old to join in coloring pictures, make up funny stories or helping turn cardboard boxes into secret forts.
The pandemic was inescapable, represented in the stands with the cardboard cutout fans, and it was visualized in the halftime show, with the dancers’ plague doctor-esque masks.
There also were 30,000 cardboard cutouts of fans that made the stands ­appear even more filled.
Alongside the living, breathing fans in attendance were 30,000 cardboard cutouts that the NFL had produced to help fill the empty seats, some of which bore the images of fans at home who had reportedly paid $100 for the honor.
During the pandemic, Brock notes, companies have produced about 4 percent more of the material used to make cardboard boxes.
Blurring any hierarchy that might exist between cardboard and canvas, the protest signs share wall space with art.
Athletes would have slept on beds made from recycled, though thankfully reinforced, cardboard.

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