Re: Apple Retail stores no longer giving out plastic carrier bags - WTF? Is this true in London?
On Thu, 12 Mar 2009 14:01:28 -0000, "whisky-dave"
That's a good point, I can't find a poundland bag big enough for a 24" iMac.
Try Aldi for a black bag or Lidl for their white. The Lidl one isn't
as big at 440w x 460 h x 160 (that's nearly 24" diag). ;-)
T i m
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