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Top Ten Things To Do with 100,000 Pounds of Shredded Paper
(submitted by Topher)
Add 1,000 gallons of mayo for a tasty sidedish of paperslaw.
Buy 100,000 feet of scotch tape, gather all the king's horses and all the king's men, and see if you can put all the pages back together again.
Start a national scandal.
(Krig the Viking)
Well, it is a little late to "line your nest egg."
Add 10,000 gallons of saliva and make the worlds largest spit wad.
(Oops I did it again.)
I just bought the Eiffel Tower and I need something to pack it in.
Tightly compact the paper into blocks and use those blocks to build an igloo out in Alaska, where vicious ex-employees might not find you.
Fill that dangerous hole in the Grand Canyon.
Add it to the pile of dot com stock certificates.
There's no way you can use that much. Give it back to Enron where you got it.
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