Glad there are lots of people don't think like that. Main reason I am able to repair Commodore C64/C128/etc power supplies that I am no longer able to buy new is people took em apart. And these are VERY un user friendly... some have a black epoxy like coating on everything inside (a true "brick"), while others are sealed screwless designs
Superglue works well enough to re-glue the plastic, I used it to rebuild my 701C NiMH battery... knocked it off the bench after super gluing it back together and it held... luckally it didn't chip the plastic itself.
Guess it's a good thing that the 65W was used for so MANY thinkpads (240 thru X41), or a bad thing in this case... too easy to find a replacement
Anyhoo, better to recycle then to fill up yet another landfill, part number noted in my Palm m105 along with other "watch for" items when I'm garage sale'ing or hunting resale shops