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A Vote for the 'Right to Tumble Dry' Movement

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A Vote for the 'Right to Tumble Dry' Movement

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A Vote for the 'Right to Tumble Dry' Movement

A Vote for the 'Right to Tumble Dry' Movement

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Environmentalists want people to curb their use of tumble dryers. But some refuse to let go of their dryer sheets. Can't it be argued that a tumble dryer is "an instrument of moral rectitude" that helps keep a neighborhood harmonic? After all, who really wants to know which neighbor wears a thong?