I believe at some point in my early life I was taught to take care of things especially if they were not mine. I wish other people followed this mantra. I like to borrow kids dvds from the library. This way if Miss Peanut Butter isn't interested in it, such as Cars, I am not out any cash. I do not know what is up with some of the previous borrowers. Since the dvds are in a locked case until you check out, you never know what in the world that disc is going to look like. I have taken out some that look like a brillo pad has been taken to them. What's up with that? I don't even let PB handle the cases outside the library, for fear that she will eat them or at least pull the art work out and eat that. What sucks about the whole thing is some will play and some will not. Some get stuck and freeze in spots causing a melt down in toddlerland. I usually will not even attempt to play some of them anymore. I know the previous borrowers didn't purchase them per se, most of us do pay taxes, but I don't think that gives any reason to trash the things or allow the child to trash them. Said child should not be loading the discs if they can't without putting a huge gouge like scratch in them. I feel bad should a magazine I take out get a corner bent or something. If PB had some how gotten a hold of one and did damage to it, I would probably go out and buy it to replace it and apologize til the cows came home. This is a reason I do not like to borrow anything from people, other than the library, especially now with Miss Destructo in the house. I fear that something will happen to it. Even when people say, "it's okay, she can play with it," yeah, no she can't. Is this crazy? Have people become so laise faire with items that there isn't a care factor anymore?