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Julie Anderson wrote:

Landon Sunrich wrote:
Does anyone actually go about hiding dishes? Purposefully?

My former step-children, The Spawn of Evil Jim, did. They also broke them and put them in the garbage to avoid washing them.


I think these Spawn have visited my house, or at least some dopplegangers who came as guests. The Bride sayeth, "Honey, why are there forks/spoons/plates/bowls/whatever in the garbage?"

So, yep, there are people that do that in other folks' homes.
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paul wheaton wrote:I like the idea where the only alcohol that is allowed is stuff that is brewed on the lab. So, then, yeah, somebody could start a business.

If you brew there you could choose to use kegs rather than bottles. They are a lot less work and totally reusable so you don't have any waste. Glasses would need to be washed but this should be less of an issue.
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