Check out this post from Don Boudreaux (not the Saints fan, I believe) on recycling, and how most of us already recycle the things it makes sense to re-use. When I was forced by government to take recycling services, I faithfully used the "one size fits all" comingled recycling bin. Now that I need to drive about ten miles to the recycling center and clutter up my garage to collect enough plastic, paper, cans and bottles to make the trip worthwhile....
....well wait a cotton-pickin' minute here. It looks like my newspapers and milk jugs are going into the garbage from now on, as the environmental cost for me to go to the recycling center probably exceeds the benefit by a wide margin, and the raw materials for newspapers literally do grow on trees.
Update/correction:as Dr. Boudreaux's kind note below indicates, he is a big Saints fan. I remain persuaded that he's not a good ole boy in Hell, and I've also got a hunch he's not directly linked with the intergluteal ointment for use on infants also bearing his name.
The Naughty Poet - If I were a poet of worth Wide with romantical girth I'd snuggle a rhyme Then, after a time, This verse to a poem'd give birth.
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