where to get shorting plugs?

I have read some helpful threads on this forum regarding shorting plugs and have decided to get some (I'm pretty lame at soldering so making my own isn't a good idea). Any ideas where I can get some? My web searches didn't turn anything up.

Here's some from the Tweek Shop:

If you want to short unused RCA inputs then what I've done is to take the cheap disposable interconnects that come with most components, chop them in half and then short the conductors (with solder) and put some shrink tube on the exposed end. Presto: two sets of shorting plugs from each interconnect that would otherwise be disconnected.

It's not hard to solder them because you are actually TRYING to short them. It would be much trickier to solder the conductors without accidentally shorting them !
I got mine from MCM, they work just fine and are inexpensive.

Making your own isn't all that hard as Seandtaylor99 described. Or, you can just twist the wires together and cover them with electrical tape. Not as durable as soldering but wokks just fine and lots cheaper that 'custom' off-the-shelf plugs.
shorting plugs reduce noise you didn't even know was there.