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To: Merlinator

Sure, that counts!

I have a battery back-up that was attached to my computer and was doing more harm than good as it overheated and would randomly shut down my computer and was getting so HOT that I was afraid it would burn down my house!

What to do with it? What to do with it? LOL!

The latest by my local Enviro-Weenies? Heard about this earlier in the week...They want us to separate every scrap of food and every bit of pet waste* and every bit of paper into yet ANOTHER container (that would make THREE at the curb!) so they can put it all into some bio-digester and make methane gas for us all to run our CLOWN CARS with or something along those lines. Yeesh!

http://www.cityofmadison.com/streets/OrganicsSurvey.cfm

*Really? Pet waste? You need to touch that yet AGAIN to make sure it’s in the proper container? Eeeeeew! And I find it hard to believe there is ANY pet waste with all of the ‘flushable’ pet waste products we have in this town already! And we live in a TOWN; Madistan is NOT New York City as the LefTards would like you to believe!


35 posted on 10/12/2010 6:57:36 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save the Earth. It's the only planet with Chocolate.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Separate pet waste? With 8 parrots here it would be a little time consuming to separate all the little bird turds from their cage paper. I suppose thy would have people collect all the fish poop from their aquariums.
You would be proud of me...today I threw a pile of leaves in with the regular garbage because I was too lazy to carry them to the front curb. I guess I could have fired up my monster mulcher and burned a little gas


36 posted on 10/16/2010 5:08:15 AM PDT by Merlinator (9/11 Never forget, Never forgive.)
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