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I store my DVD discs inside the black dvd box in vertical position and inside the cardboard box, also inside the cardboard box next to the dvdbox I have a bag with papers and screwdrivers, on top of the cardboard box I have another one cardboard box with dvd casebox, the cardboard boxes are on top of a clothes closet and if I open the clothes closet door it shakes will this balance damage the DVD discs?
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Are the screwdrivers flat-head or Phillips?
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two screws in the bag inside cardboardbox
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Case DVDbox offers what types of protections for DVD discs? protection for light only?

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I know you don't care about what anyone thinks or says about you, but please stop these endless, unanswerable, repeated posts for lordsmurf's sake. He's extremely busy with work and having to read and respond to your posts, even if it's just to close them as he did to your other recent nonsense thread, adds to his physical and mental stress.

He's not well at all and has been in some very unfortunate situations. Don't make things worse for him.

A while back, he posted about how difficult it is to even type: http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/news...html#post76767

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Ah, SOB, not another one.

Thanks, lingyi. All correct, and then some.
To quote one of my favorite movies: "I'm too old for this sh!t."
This DVD mold/box/ziplock/screwdriver BS stopped being fun some threads ago.

New questions are fine. Repetitive are not. Repetitive will turn into a ban.

Original question was already asked, and answered, at least once for you in the past years of oft-asinine questions.

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Sorry Lordsmurf I just wanted an answer if the dvd disks inside the amaray dvdbox are placed inside a cardboard box which also contains papers and some screwdrivers and this cardboard box on top of a clothes closet when opening the door of the clothes closet does it swing and will this swing affect damage to the cardboard box and discs? on top of the cardboard box there is another lighter cardboard box
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07-05-2021, 11:29 AM
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OMG...I don't believe you at all!

You've just proven yourself to be completely uncaring for any one and anything other than your precious files! Sad. Just sad. *SIGH*
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Closing thoughts:

You live in a heat and humidity capital of the world. Your discs will never be safe in any box or bag without temperature and humidity control.

Clothes and screwdrivers are immaterial nonsense. It could be a stack of porno mags, or cans of cat food, and it really would not make any difference to the conversation. I don't understand the point of mentioning what other random crap is in the closet. Perhaps if it also leaked humidity, like a stack of rotten fruit, it'd make sense, but that's it.

In fact, that "screwdriver and clothes" nonsense now makes me fully believe this is somebody either
(a) taking the piss, with a long-term "joke", or
(b) somebody that is absolutely batshit crazy.

Either way, I don't have time for this anymore.
So I'm done with this now.

Good luck with your future backups. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask it on another site.

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Banned? Noooooooooooo...I never got a response on the screwdriver type.
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Banned? Noooooooooooo...I never got a response on the screwdriver type.
They're very special, they can't tighten loose screws! *Ba dum dump!*

Ahhhh...feel much better now!
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Lingyi, will you be here all week?
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