walkitout (walkitout) wrote,

Things You Don't Care About: Paper towels

And at the moment, I am not referring to the kind you are probably using at home. I mean the kind at restaurants, shops, offices, rest areas, etc. Some times they have rolls in them, sometimes they have folded sheets.


It's stuff like this that makes me go, "why are any of us worried about what we are doing at home?" _This_ kind of change has a much bigger, "stickier", lower effort impact that anything we do at home (beyond obvious things like buying cars that don't fall apart immediately, get somewhat better gas mileage, not putting our old fridge in the garage and keeping it plugged in, switching to lower energy lighting, etc.).

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