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 Post Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2006 9:29 am 
the inmates of the bengali psychiatric institution seem to think so....
and are very pro-active about it!


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yes, but that's not recycling in the modern sense, is it?

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 Post Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2006 11:46 am 
how do you mean? they made a tiger skin. to escape from a mental insitution. thats showing iniative. i think i'm missing the point.


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well a lot of times when you send something off to a recycler (here anyway) they don't actually make anything.


actually i'm not quite sure what they do with the stuff you send them.

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Don't they send the aluminum, plastic, etc to companys to use?

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 Post Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 5:23 am 
If not then they could always send it to blue peter.... :? they'll make stuff out of anything


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Ray Ray wrote:
If not then they could always send it to blue peter....



who?

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 Post Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 10:35 am 
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

oh dear. the rest of the world is obviously seriously deprived.

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Blue Peter is a popular, long-running BBC television programme for children which is the reason it is show on CBBC which stands for Children's BBC.It is named after the blue-and-white flag hoisted by ships in port when they are ready to sail. The reasoning behind the choice of title is that the programme is intended to be a voyage of adventure and discovery for the viewers, constantly covering new topics.

Blue Peter's remit is very wide-ranging. Most programmes include a filmed report. There will also often be a demonstration of an activity in the studio, and/or a music or dance performance. The programme is made at BBC Television Centre, and often comes from Studio 1, which is the largest TV studio in Europe. This enables Blue Peter to include large-scale demonstrations and performances within the live programme. The show is also famous for its 'makes', which are demonstrations of how to construct a useful object or prepare food. These have given rise to the oft-used phrase 'Here's one I made earlier', as presenters bring out a perfect and completed version of the object they are making. Time is also often given over to reading letters and showing pictures sent in by viewers.

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Usually they 'make' stuff out of cardboard, old used cereal packets, or toilet paper rolls or any old crap you kind find around the house! its fun. when you're about five. as it tells you all about the excitement of recycling!


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well you see, it's a british children's show. i don't even get the BBC.

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 Post Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 12:43 pm 
awww thats a real shame. But i did think it was broadcast in other places. obviously not. :(


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it does sound better than most american kids shows though.

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I would like to watch this programme :lol: but i don't have BBC :( . Actually I have only 8 chanells including 3 from czech republic :D . But maybe soon I will have more chanells but I don't if it's possible here to have BBC (I know only about BBC prime).

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