Hero & Zero: Be a hero and rude smokers

By Nikki Silverstein

Hero: Flashback to last weekend. Did you find a camera at Phoenix Lake and have no idea who lost it? Allow us to enlighten you on the saga of a virtually worthless 5-year-old Sony with a chip full of memories invaluable to one person only: David. He traveled from England to visit his friend Lauri in Sausalito. The pair hiked around Phoenix Lake and David fell on some stairs. While Lauri tended to his wound, he removed the camera from around his neck. The next day, he realized that it was gone. Though they searched everywhere and contacted the Ross Police and the Marin Municipal Water District, the camera remains MIA. If you found it, be a hero and get in touch with Lauri at [email protected]
Zero: Neighbors near Good Earth’s flagship store in Fairfax have smoke coming out of their ears. Some good earthlings are breaking bad across the street from their employer. Literally hundreds of stubbed-out cigarettes litter the small patch of earth where Pastori Avenue ends at the San Anselmo Creek. When the locals request that the Good Earth smokers leave no butts behind, they aren’t always greeted in the healthiest manner. “I have had conversations with six different employees at this point,” said neighbor DM. “One guy was great. The others were amazingly rude.” We know that Good Earth doesn’t rule the world, yet we hope they weigh the environmental impact of their employees’ dirty habit and exercise their right to educate them about the unsustainability of cigarettes and smoking.

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