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Target Sold Illegal Silly String

Retailing giant Target has been fined $120,000 for selling illegally-imported silly string that contained hydrochlorofluorocarbons, the propellant that was banned for damaging the ozone. What do you think?
  • "Sure the gases eat holes in the ozone layer, but a well-aimed blanket of silly string will patch it right up."

    Ali Goffrier
    Deck Hand
  • "Well, this is the simple reality of the situation until America can come up with sustainable, environmentally sound alternatives to foreign novelties."

    Sarah Nichols
  • "$120,000! Where is Target supposed to come up with that kind of money?"

    Harmony Klaus
    Systems Analyst
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