A Nov. 16 article in Plastics News, an industry trade publication, summed up it up best: "There's no way to spin this -- it's bad news for vinyl."Actually, the item that she's quoting is an editorial that ran in our Nov. 19 issue, although it was posted to our Web site on Nov. 16. I think it's important to differentiate editorials from news stories (although at the Post, some might say there's less of a difference). What do you think of Skrzycki's take on vinyl? Feel free to comment here, or click through to see the opinions of Post readers, in the comment section of the column's Web page.
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