AOL/Tiscali & co.

  User-AAE8A2A1-F803-4ACB-B9F96B4C0B5B570C 15:19 23 Jan 2003
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must be very happy at the number of free cd's they distribute with offers for internet connections and the amount of trade they provide to landfill site operators. As the numbers of free discs increases, there is only a limited number that can be found viable alternative uses. Coasters, bird scarers etc. The balance therefore must eventually find there way to a landfill site. With the government and local authorities legally bound to increase the amount of recycling, is there any moral justification for the proliferation of these discs in the absence of any viable recycling of unwanted discs or will be left with millions buried in ever shrinking landfill sites.

  Stuartli 15:25 23 Jan 2003

Even more so as Tiscali's offer is also, for instance, available on the PCA cover disk.....

  watchful 15:54 23 Jan 2003

In a word - NO (Or even 4 words!)

  Pilch.... 20:38 23 Jan 2003

these CD's could be used for changing rooms style thing, imagine loads on a wall, i think that would be cool!

  DerekR 21:40 23 Jan 2003

Best thing I have seen in using all these useless disks was in a nipple hanging contest at a pub.... see how many a woman (or funny shaped male) could hang on before they fell off!!

  Pilch.... 21:55 23 Jan 2003

i could just imagine it!

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