Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
Are you REALLY struggling so badly for something; ANYTHING to post on here?JEEEEEZ!It's worse than those twats on Twitter and their inane babble!
I am so dang flattered that you keep hanging around, and contributing, thanks dude. I mean it too.
Someone has to, or you'd be ignored completely:-|Glad I can help.I mean it too, honest!
I figure some bored guy in the recycling plant. Any tape, dump it since it won't break down.5 mins to get the tape off... unless you're buying too much!ps, Ignore anon responses, they have nothing better to do.
Dave, your schedule must be wide open if you're bothering to reply to a thread like this...or even reading a blog in the first place. Even if it only takes second, those valuable seconds could be better spent toward finishing your Grand Unified Theory or curing cancer.
First rule of the internets,Dont feed the trolls.Scott
Thanks, Dave. For a while I didn't bother separate. But if one goes at it, it only does take a couple of minutes to take off the tape and shipping plastic envelopes, so, it all helps to feel virtuous.
In the recycling process for paper/cardboard materials, the paper is reduced to pulp and extraneous materials, such as plastic tapes, are screened out. Ignofre them.
I thought the cardboard would be shredded finely, and the tape shredded with it? Granted, I don't know how paper is pulped.
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