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  • Maybe your eyes were tired and dry after staring into a monitor full of numbers all day, bloodshot enough for your squint to be just a bit tighter than it might be otherwise as three pairs of headlights and perhaps a padiddle passed by.

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  • Those were the days of wax lips and padiddle but not of environmental maturity, unless you count the occasional paper drives that the Boy Scouts and others conducted.

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  • Then came more recycling, more technology and now we're living in an age where the gas from those early landfills is being transformed into energy, where recycling is now single-stream, where sustainability is known by a younger generation that never heard of padiddle or wax lips.

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  • Eventually they'll tell you why they pulled you over. padiddle.

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  • See pididdle.

    October 8, 2007