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When did humans first start making paper? 5

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  • Rita A. 4 months ago
    Recently I read an article about the PLU labels on fruits and vegetables. In this article the recycler was emphasizing that these labels are NOT compostable and should be pulled off the produce and put in the trash. This seems like a harmless effort, but these labels gum up the equipment and production has to stop to clean the blades, just as plastic grocery bags can destroy equipment. Employees can spend up to 4 hours per day to unclog, repair, clean the equipment. F Y I
  • D G. 4 months ago
    Same as B.C. and A.D. But still based on Christ's approximate birth year. We still use B.C. and A.D.
  • John D. 4 months ago
    BCE? CE?
    • Karen K. 4 months ago
      Before Common Era and Common Era. It's more politically correct.
    • Barbara W. 4 months ago
      Do you ever feel like you can't say ANYTHING any more without there being a problem!
    • John D. 4 months ago
      Since they're still based on Christ's dates, it would seem to me that those using them admit he existed. Therefore it seems pointless to me, just more of the modern day nonsense.