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If you have ever owned legos, you know how many it takes to make anything! And once you are done with them or lose that one critical lego piece, these beloved plastic toys just collect dust or worse end up in the trash. But now you can send them back to Lego, which plans to donate them to schools. Tim Brooks, vice president of environmental responsibility at Lego said, “[w]e get a lot of letters from parents and also kids around, ‘What can I do with my Lego collection now that I finished playing with it?'” A company will collect the bricks at its facility in Alabama, where workers will separate out the broken bricks and machine wash the rest. Imagine all those dusty and sticky legos!
According to the American Legion, approximately one million men and women of the U.S. military have lost their lives in defense of our nation since its founding. Today is the day that we remember them — the veterans who sacrificed their own lives so others could live. They are similar to the most visible heroes […]
It’s the unofficial first day of summer and we are all either beginning to get out or looking forward to the day very soon when we emerge from our homes and start to venture beyond the confines of our neighborhoods or support jobs. That is good. But doing it safely is going to be a […]
Most of us know Mika Brzezinski as a journalist, commentator, and co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe but she has another noteworthy title: devoted animal lover. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, animals have provided us comfort, companionship, and stories about them have generated immense interest from our ODP readers. It’s why we wanted to sit down with […]
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