I don't believe this ****

From: Ward Donald Griffiths III <gram_at_cnct.com>
Date: Tue Jan 6 00:33:30 1998

Wirehead Prime wrote:
> > >>computers been contacted by someone that wants to dispose of your
> > >>collection as scrap? Talk about insulting!
> > > No, but sounds like a good candidate for a mail bombing! I suppose he
> > >wants you to ship it to him at your expense, right?
> > computers, so her reply REALLY PISSED ME OFF! Anything other than 486+
> > get's melted down for scrap? I'm sorry, but that includes A LOT of systems
> > that there are a lot of people that would love to have them. Besides
> You guys know that I agree with your sentiment 100%. That said, I'd
> rather see the systems melted down for scrap (assuming it's a reasonably
> efficient and environmentally safe process) than to see them go into a
> landfill. I can't imagine how many beautiful systems are rusting away
> under 3 million tons of garbage someplace. I don't want to see them
> scrapped either, mind you, but given the choice....

Within a century or so, archeologists will be going through the
landfills where something might be salvageable. Something melted
down and made into into a (kind to the earth) candleholder isn't.

Q: How many evironmentalists does it take to replace a light bulb?
A: None. Darkness is part of nature.
Ward Griffiths
Dylan:  How many years must some people exist, 
			before they're allowed to be free?
WDG3rd:  If they "must" exist until they're "allowed",
			they'll never be free.
Received on Tue Jan 06 1998 - 00:33:30 GMT

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