Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Phone books, again

As I mentioned in the previous post on phone books, I received 15 pounds of phone books on Sunday. I was therefore extremely surprised to open my door this afternoon to find another yellow bag of phone books on the front porch. This bag contained four phone books instead of five, so I am now the proud owner of 26 pounds of paper:

All of it will end up in the recycle bin.

The term profligate waste comes to mind. This is a very sad way to transmit information.



At 9:45 AM, Blogger Ken Leebow said...


Thank you for explaining things in layman's terms. It's rare -- especially in the blogosphere.

It's most appreciated.

Kindest regards,

Ken Leebow

At 11:07 AM, Blogger A. R. said...

This is another area where the internet comes into play. I rarely even open the Yellow Pages anymore. Why should I open a large, region-specific book when I can type in and do a search for any business anywhere in the United States? I'm sure there are similar sites for just about any country in the world. Yes, save the trees indeed.

At 9:36 AM, Anonymous Viagra Online said...

wow amazing, I do the same because well I like to do something, maybe something important like recycle I will very pleased if I could do something else but you will never get all what you want, but yeah recycle it's nice some extra work will never kill somebody.

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