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Seems that Nevada would be a safe, controlled environment. Hard drives
generally require more moisture to reproduce at a rate that would be
difficult to maintain. However, they also fear high temperatures and tend to
hide in and around rocks. They prefer drawers and cardboard containers.
Generally we find them here in storage closets or hiding in old warehouse
conference rooms. They often form symbiotic relationships with CDs and 5
1/2" floppy disks. Hard drives seem to enjoy being located by attorneys,
although they can occasionally be shy around records managers - especially
skeet-shooting records managers.

Sharon Burnett
Seattle Washington USA

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