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If it was good enough for grandma yesterday, and it's good enough for Europe today, it should be good enough for us.

By Janet Dilts
June 17, 2007

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With all the concern today about energy conservation, people are replacing light bulbs, buying hybrid and more energy-efficient cars, insulating homes and water heaters, turning off electronic devices when not in use, purchasing “green” products, and making other earth-friendly efforts. But few consider resurrecting the clothesline. Ninety-one percent of detached single-family homes in the United States have a clothes dryer, ... (Full article: 677 words)

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