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March 27, 2007



It seems like a lot, but in the spirit of the possible windfall from the book, I'd do it in a heart beat.

I try to use as little disposable stuff as possible and then try to use as much flushable product as possible, but often wonder about all the water I'm using at the same time. I think washing out rags and mops beats leaving Swiffer rags in a landfill for the next 30 or so forevers...


I agree as well on the spirit, but giving up toilet paper just seems a bit too far to go to make a point, and seems so self-promotional.


If I were his wife I would be sneaking into a Starbucks every morning, not so much for the coffee but as for a bathroom with toilet paper.


I had a desire to make my commerce, however I did not have enough of cash to do that. Thank goodness my close fellow said to take the home loans. Thus I received the auto loan and made real my old dream.

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