Research Proves: Recycling Works ... But Brains Still Don't
Yesterday, I was blessed to receive some mail correspondence from my state representative Jim Wansacz. I must say, the official PA state letterhead, contact information and listing of current committees on which he serves was quite impressive to say the least, it took up 1/3 of page one. But after reading it, I couldn't help but notice the obvious watermark within the paper certifying it to be made of recycled material ... after all, Mr Wansacz does serve on the environmental resources & energy committee. But the overwhelming letterhead information took up so much room, there was no space left for the signature, forcing it (and only it) to be carried over to the next page ... consequently not being printed on recycled paper with a fancy watermark, just plain old white paper. A whole sheet of paper of a scribble of a signature ... nothing more.