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May 21, 2009



Thanks for article. Everytime like to read you. Robor

Susanna Mendiola

Thanks for the post on a reusable lunch!

Bitter Scribe

Be careful about advising school kids to bring cutlery from home. A lot of schools view those as weapons and will suspend or even expel students who bring them to school. I've even heard of kids who got in trouble for bringing PLASTIC forks or knives to school. It sounds crazy, but that's "zero tolerance" for you.

Mike Moyer

Thanks fort he info. I've heard about the cutlery-as-weapons problem, but I haven't seen a formal policy or rule. If anyone knows of one I'd like to research it.

I'm going to link to this post from the blog.



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Brian Marconi

Great information, I will certainly be buying the super reuseable famous tuperware!

Rubbish Clearance

I was actually surfing the net and luckily found your link. I am a bit interested on the article post you have here. I think we are on the same side. Everyday, I'm packing lunch before going to work and everything that I do is in detailed on your article.

Good job. Keep on posting more tips and possible discussions.



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