Yesterday's toilet talk (that is, a conversation held in the work restroom) centered around solar panels and how they are cost prohibitive. I, of course, being the Crunchy Chicken that I am, interjected with some info about thin film solar panels.
This, then launched into all things environmental including a discussion regarding Styrofoam and its use in China versus the U.S. Anyway, I mentioned that some people go out of their way to avoid receiving Styrofoam with their take-out orders by bringing their own containers.
This comment was apparently too much for another restroom visitor as the look on her face of the sheer craziness of the notion kind of shocked me.
Which leads me to wonder... are we nuts? Are there that many people out there belching CO2 and hucking acres of detritus into the landfill without a care in the world? Is something wrong with them? Or is something wrong with me?
I guess I'm not that nutty as San Francisco just passed a ban on Styrofoam for vendor's to-go containers starting in June.
Wait a second. I admit it is San Francisco we're talking about here. So, maybe just a tad nutty.
P.S. Speaking of bathrooms... nobody has noticed my bandana yet. Must be my stealth hand drying.