Oct. 18th, 2006

matrixrefugee: the word 'refugee' in electric green with a background of green matrix code (Dean Winchester)
Just in from the National Plastics Museum in Leominister; back in the day, the town was the center for American celluloid manufacture. I'll admit, this has to be one of the more quirky museums I've been in: what other museum would have a glass case full of Tupperware or stackable plastic dishes of a make that I swear I remember seeing in a friend's house back in the 1980s? I rather liked their display of antique celluloid combs and bakelite trinkets. A bit on conservation which compared a stack of plastic grocery bags to an equal amount of paper bags made me smile, as did a display card asking the question "Paper or Plastic?" I wish I'd had a pad of sticky-notes on me, I'd have mischievously posted a reply: "Default is plastic in a certain lane at the ( ::Store Name Witheld for Security Reasons:: ) in T-------- Be a dear and ask the bagger first if you want paper."

And I got my Hallowe'en present for myself: the Season One box set of "Supernatural". I know I haven't posted much about this year's episodes, but so far they've been pretty good, better than last year's almost. Beware of spoilers )

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