So a man from Oregon calls our circulation desk at the Spokesman-Review here in Coeur d'Alene -- and asks how thick the paper is. That caught our attention. Usually, potential customers ask about prices for the newspaper or advertisements. Why did he want to know about the paper's thickness? His wife has rabbits. And the hometown paper was too thin to properly line the bottom of the cages. Seriously.
Question: What do you do with your old newspapers?