In the latest Fox News survey, respondents were asked, “Would you be willing to give up some of your personal freedom in order to reduce the threat of terrorism?” For the first time since 9/11, more of those polled said no than said yes.
Maybe I’m becoming super blonde. Platinum blonde!
A dirty house means a clean conscience. Actually, that doesn’t make any sense.
The city announced the biggest expansion of its recycling program in 25 years on Wednesday, saying all hard plastics would be accepted. This includes shampoo bottles and clothes hangers as well as countless toys and other household objects.
Did you know about this?! Even caps can now be recycled!
Here’s the updated list of things that can now be recycled in NYC:
PLASTIC (rigid plastics)
- plastic bottles, jugs & jars
- rigid plastic caps & lids
- rigid plastic food containers (yogurt, deli, hummus, dairy tubs, cookie tray inserts, “clamshell” containers, other plastic take-out containers)
- rigid plastic non-food containers
- rigid plastic packaging (“blister-pak” and “clamshell” consumer packaging, acetate boxes)
- rigid plastic housewares (flower pots, mixing bowls, plastic appliances, etc.)
- bulk rigid plastic (crates, buckets, pails, furniture, large toys, large appliances, etc.)