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Matter of Trust, a nonprofit that uses human hair scraps to make mats to clean up oil spills, finds itself with 18,000 pounds of hair and nobody to process it. Lisa Gautier, who runs the organization, says that the recession has closed many of the textile makers that produced the mats and the warehouse that stored them. Unfortunately for Lisa the hair keeps piling up.
Originally posted by Lady_Tuatha
Personally I would rather make a monetary donation.
These are LIMITED TEMPORARY DONATION SPOTS THAT WE ARE PROVIDING TO YOU SPECIFICALLY.
IF YOU HAVE JUST SIGNED UP OR HAVE MORE HAIR...
You can UPS, FEDEX, USPS or DROP OFF to the closest - until MAY 18th CURRENT DEADLINE.
HAIR FOR BOOM B Qs
921 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA. 70112
(They have a lot of space and a lot of volunteers. And want more hair / fur!)
Originally posted by MR BOB
if you have got quite long hair then I would suggest selling it for wig making./hair extensions.
you can get a good amount. especially if you keep it in good condition.
Originally posted by jazz10
Are you seriously missing the secret here?
Collection of hair colleced from certain companies?
To me, from outside the box, again, it looks like a very good tactic to register peoples DNA on the sly,
Set up a database
Register particular salon or barbers to Certain post code, which there you can see the voters role giving you all of the names to all that live in that particular area or post code. Most people will use a local barber, normally at least within their town, county, or state.
Like i say from outsdide the box.
Good luck , sign up, im sure i aint.
Big brothers watching you. Serious.
[edit on 7-5-2010 by jazz10]