I saw some chick on the Bart wearing these awesome ninja shoes while cuddling with her bike.
Then LYNettey tells me she bought some neato shoes that give her ninja running power.
I trust her with my life, and I needed some new shoes that fit, so I got ’em too! Thanks LYNettey!
So far these shoes are DOPE!
Okay, truth is I had to get this style w/ the top of my feet exposed because i’m too impatient with getting my toes into the other style with top mesh. I quit after trying for 5 min. The ones i’m wearing are easy to put on. They make me want to climb trees like Huckleberry and buildings like Spider-Man!
Now to tell you a wee bit more about LYNettey-
I met her years and years ago at a party in my apt. I cant tell you the full story online, so ask in person… but lets just say this girl is hilarious and SMART with a big heart!
LYNettey is a Berkeley ’09 alumn. She has a B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies, Society and Environment. She knows about bugs and life and food, oh yeah and she can knit some crazy ish!
see, its a fish!
I’d like to officially welcome her to the iSg crew.
I now present to you- LYNettey!
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is our friend. Their mission is to protect consumers like us and make sure companies don’t lie to us. So last week, when the FTC began defining words like “recyclable” and “biodegradable” for products, they laid a big smackdown on companies labeling and advertising clothing and other fabric products as “BAMBOO” – you know, the thing pandas eat:
The FTC pulled a Sherlock Holmes: after numerous investigations, they found out that “bamboo” fibers are actually rayon. I know you all have clothes and stuff made out of rayon, and that’s okay. Just try to stay away from it now since rayon is very harmful for the environment.
When the FTC says something, they mean business. They sent letters to 78 clothing retailers.
iSg believes that real bamboo-bies are better than fake ones. Happy shopping, and remember to always pay attention to those labels!
LYNette knows best,