- Don't let the Rose Garden french doors hit you in the ass on the way out.
There. That should be it, but you always need at least three bullets: it's the law. So:
"...you can drop off your old pair of Crocs, which will be recycled into new ones and sent to people in need as part of the Soles United program. For your good deed you will be entered to win an autographed pair of Crocs from your favorite artists. Check out www.solesunited.com to learn more about them."
Initially, I thought, "That makes no sense. Why are we recycling the crocs? Why not give them the crocs, why waste the energy to recycle them?" But it seems we give worn-out crocs, which are ground up and recycled into 20% of the new donated crocs. But then, why aren't our American crocs made of 20% recycled croc? All this confuses me.
(I know! Click it! God knows what terms and conditions I agreed to on http://obamiconme.pastemagazine.com/.)
My Menopajamas have arrived. I have great hope for them. Their wicking properties will no doubt contribute to my second favorite smell: aged skanky pajamas. (First favorite? New-mown grass.)