Monday, February 16, 2009

It Ain't Easy Being Green

Kermit was right. Being green means re-using other people's forgotten and abandoned money, which isn't always easy to find and is frequently dirty. I felt smug finding a penny and recycling it right here in front of Sustainable NYC, a business on Avenue A at Tompkins Square Park in NYC's East Village. And since Sustainable NYC has a round sign, I can also post the image on my Round Sign blog (I think round signs are a sign of economic surplus and will therefore go on the wane in coming years).

Total haul for the day = .01

TOTAL to date = .$18.78


Joe said...

It's early. Only me and the monkeys are awake. I swore off the internet for the entire 9 days, but i'm in a little coffee that actually has wi-fi, so what the heck.

No found bills on Presidents Day?

Mame said...

Swore off the Internet!? Are you for real?

The presidents were all hiding deep in leather wallets on presidents day.