I am unconvinced that Americans should endeavor to use less water. The article lacks arithmetic arguing that this would help anyone else.
Let me make one "helpful" suggestion. I have noted that restaurants serve women the same size portions as men, but women often eat less of them. Save virtual water by serving women smaller portions.
posted by John McCarthy
August 23, 2008
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