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a pile of 50+ free cds, old pc games and installation disks...all going to be bird scarers in the garden....but looked lovely in the bright sunshine.......
4th Jul 2006, 12:56   | tags:,,

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well hang on! if there are any i could use for fun of usefull ness i will take them off your hands next weekend?

4th Jul 2006, 13:05

paintist says:

well I have thrown all the bits of card etc and all the cases away...but what sort of thing are you thinking might be useful? either way I will keep the cds from any further harm until you look at them

4th Jul 2006, 13:07

well games! and other such things. i'll have a look but i cant remember if there were any of them that were usefull!

4th Jul 2006, 13:08

paintist says:

grand prix...free from frosties?
street fighter2
big red racing...///
the rest are microsoft installation stuff...but will keep them anyway....

4th Jul 2006, 13:11

instalation stuff might be usefull.

4th Jul 2006, 13:12

what do you want off the pc? leasson plans was it?

4th Jul 2006, 13:12

paintist says:

lesson plans...addresses.. and if there is anyway you can save the photos i would be really greatful, there are paintings etc that i have sold and havent any other record of..... will it transfer to mac tho?

4th Jul 2006, 13:15

i will save it and check on my mac!the photos will transpher and if the leasson plans are in word i think they'll be readable by mac!

4th Jul 2006, 13:26

paintist says:

oh good idea...just hanging and spinning...thats cool I may steal that idea......

4th Jul 2006, 17:50

Caine says:

Bird scarers is a great idea for old/unwanted CDs! Love the last shot, rainbow goodness. :)

4th Jul 2006, 19:25

cover a wall with them! its like a crazy mirror!

4th Jul 2006, 21:22

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