Crow Calls for Toilet Paper Conservation
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Singer Sheryl Crow wants global restrictions on using toilet paper in an attempt to save the environment.
The star, who has been touring U.S. colleges to raise awareness about global warming, believes that people should use "one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where two to three could be required."
The BBC reports Crow says on her website, "I have spent the better part of this tour trying to come up with easy ways for us all to become a part of the solution to global warming. Although my ideas are in the earliest stages of development, they are, in my mind, worth investigating.
"I propose a limitation be put on how many squares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting."
The tour ended on Sunday at the George Washington University in Washington DC, where Crow performed with Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Carole King.
Crow also reportedly had a falling out with Karl Rove after she tried to touch the Deputy Chief of Staff's arm midway through a green policy debate.
Crow attended a White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.
According to New York Daily News columnists Rush & Molloy, Crow and Laurie David, fellow activist and wife of Larry David, got into a heated exchange about climate change with Rove.
When Crow reached out to touch Rove's arm, he reportedly said, "Don't touch me," to which Crow replied, "You can't speak to us like that, you work for us." Rove is then said to have retorted, "I don't work for you, I work for the American people."
Rove told the Washington Post that David "came over to insult me and she succeeded."
A toilet paper limitation?
WTF IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE??