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Is there nothing left in this world that can safely be considered un-Green? Even a grout cleaning service advertises its "green cleaning solutions" to a somnambulant herd of consumers obsessed with cleanliness and fearful of mold. We're talking about cleaning grout here - not lawn care or light bulbs or bubble bath. So I asked to see some of the green solutions, as advertised, and sure enough you can hire these guys to come to your house and power wash your bathroom tile and grout with soap suds. Does it work? Not as well as the chemicals do, but you might feel better about yourself for having taken the green path of least resistance. I guess if the US Military can go green then anybody can but I long for the pre-Green days of my youth when no one even thought of discussing environmentally conscious grout cleaning techniques. I'm not sure it was a simpler time, but it was a heck of a lot more honest and fun - now they want us to count every kilowatt, drive with the emergency break on and clean the floors with saliva dripping off our parched tongue for the privilege of calling ourselves Green. I reject this subtle mind manipulation designed to impose a world of scarcity, fear and (being green) envy into the body politic. I know that great damage has already been done to many good, well meaning citizens who can't see behind the green curtain, but believe me, the wizards are just fools and whores - nothing more.

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