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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Mitch, Sep 11, 2004.

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  1. Mitch

    Mitch Guest

    Morning all,
    My local Library now lets you borrow DVDs.
    They stick a lable of quite a large size on the DVD.
    It cause my DVD to make quite a rude noise last night as it was
    striking the damper! So as soon as I could getthe DVD out.
    I ripped the label off.
    Should I tell them that putting labels on DVD should be avoided?
     
  2. Martin

    Martin Guest

    He's already incurred the wrath of the librarian - he pulled their sticker
    off!!!

    My God, do you know how many resources go into putting those stickers on???

    He'll be lucky if he isn't bannished to the reference section for life!!!!

    ;-)
     
  3. Mitch

    Mitch Guest


    Too late already told them.
    :)
     
  4. Mike Harding

    Mike Harding Guest

    No, I don't think you should.

    Supposing you upset them...?

    Mike Harding
     
  5. m.tiede

    m.tiede Guest

    I've got the same problem.I think that the clear plastic film that they use
    is not suitable due to the heat inside computers.
    The one I have is buckled to the point that the imbalance could cause
    harm to the drive in my laptop.

    Regards
    Mathew
     
  6. Librarians are dangerous feral animals. Do not antagonise !

    1. They never read books, just store and fix them. Actually, librarians
    hate books.

    2. Their job is to keep customers from enjoying the materials on loan..
    Hence they put stickers across book titles so you can't tell what the book
    is about. Out of balance DVD stickers sounds like a librarian.
     
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