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Take a moment and contemplate life without toilet paper. Sure, it can be done, but for most people, going without that convenient roll on the wall in the bathroom is not a pleasant thought. Now take another moment and contemplate the fact that toilet paper cannot be purchased with food stamps. Toilet paper is one of the most requested items at local charities, and last year, Julie Farley, owner of the Make-Up Studio in downtown Spokane and the driving force behind Project Beauty Share, put on a toilet paper drive that collected 10,000 rolls. The second toilet paper drive kicks off Friday. “This year, we have a goal of getting at least 25,000 rolls,” Farley said. “We know it’s needed, and we know that lots of people can’t buy it”/Pia Hallenberg, SR. More here.
Question: Can you imagine life without toilet paper?