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Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013 12:00 am

I was in the bank a while back and noticed an advertising poster featuring a green theme. After I made a snide comment to the clerk that the bank ought to give some thought to the fact that many of their customers don't buy into environmental eco-nonsense, she agreed and proceeded to complain that her mother kept getting pestered to switch from paper paychecks to direct deposit in order to save the planet, as if trees are not a replantable crop. Now for the richest of irony: her mother worked for the paper mill in Courtland.

Yes, a paper corporation was actually spending money to hector employees to use less of the very product manufactured by said corporation.

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1 comment:

  • Arnie Scott posted at 8:18 am on Mon, Oct 7, 2013.

    unclegus Posts: 38

    Very good observation! I was wondering when all this going green was going to affect our local economy because of the lack of paper production.

     

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