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Eight valuable “green” lessons learned from Earth Day/Week 2009.

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Eight valuable “green” lessons learned from Earth Day/Week 2009:

8. Working from home saves on gasoline; not on Cheetos and Internet porn.

7.
Printing 1,000 memos to remind office staff to use only electronic files is counterproductive.

6.
Composting and dead-body disposal need not be mutually exclusive.

5.
Related: Hippies are a renewable resource.

4.
Riding a bike to work is problematic for strippers and hair-metal tribute bands.

3.
An Inconvenient Truth does not synch up with Dark Side of the Moon.

2.
Wind-powered tanning beds and solar-powered hair dryers should really be re-thought.

1.
SLC Mayor Ralph Becker won’t shower with you to save water, no matter how persistently you ask.

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