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Larry David: Shave Your Head To Help Stop Global Warming

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david.gifMaybe Britney Spears was really on to something with her new hairstyle after all? Comedian Larry David has an amusing clip on MSN’s Stop Global Warming site with some helpful advice on limiting you shower time by, well, shaving your head. David counters actress Cheryl Hines by continuously pointing out that he’s bald and therefore is more eco-friendly than those of us with hair.  As we’ve pointed out previously with Britney, this is a pretty strong argument since those of us without hair use little shampoo, less hot water, and other bathing particulars. Still, the entire premise is meant in good fun.

MSN also has a video of William Petersen encouraging you to insulate your water heater — and stop being bad. He mentions the myriad of resources that go into provisioning crime scene investigators with all their gadgets, chalk, and plastic baggies. The end of the video is slightly amusing creepy because his raised-eyebrow makes you feel like he’s coming on to you.

Finally, the last celebrity listed is Julia Louis-Dreyfus talking about CFL bulbs. Julia wins the best line of the series with, “CFLs are bright, they save money, and they generate less trash.” Beat. Sigh. “God, I wish I was more like a CFL.”

Hit MSN’s slick site for additional info and some cool tips on how you too can help stop global warming.

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