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August 14, 2007

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janet

I so love these. Definitely bookmarking them.

It seems like a lot of companies get lumped in the C grade. That must mean they don't know as much about them? Neither good nor bad or perhaps just unknown?

cupcake

This reminds me of the book, "Cradle to Cradle," which is a fantastic look into how things are made and how they could be made so they have no environmental impact whatsoever. The Better World Shopper definitely is eye opening. More people need to be aware of what they reach for while shopping.

UC Davis sounds like an awesome school.

Janelle

Well, there is a Gottschalk's if you want to venture into there. But yeah, I generally went to Sacramento or Woodland for my panties.

Perfectly Plump Preppy

Thanks for this website. If you are interested check out the Make Trade Fair website.

Nicole

That is a great find! I want to check out all the things I'm buying and using. And just let me tell you how jealous I am to hear the descriptions of your new town, it sounds perfect. Can't wait to hear all about it as things unfold.

Kori

I love my Electra cruiser...

Laura

I think it would be environmentally responsible for a city to have underwear available for purchase within walking distance. Kind of ironic - driving all those miles, using all that gas, just to get underwear.

Leah

interestingly, a lot of urban planners mention "ability to buy underwear" as the hallmark of a truly functional, vital downtown. About the only cities I know where you can buy underwear downtown are the ones with a mall smack dab in the middle of the city. I live in Ann Arbor, MI, and you can buy underwear downtown if you're willing to buy really nice stuff.

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