"What's this? Indiscriminate "GREENING" will make everybody go 'color-blind' and may result in accident; don't you know that?" Submitted by K.A.Thariq Muhamed Salim
"Without question -- you did exactly what I said -- again." Submitted by Tom Brockmann
"Bob, when I told marketing to get rid of the overproduction of green paint, I wanted you to sell it, not paint the place!" Submitted by Keith Wamsley
"Thanks -- This should hide the spatter here in the pea soup R&D lab." Submitted by Ronald C. Miles
"Green Technology" Submitted by Diego Alejandro David Vazquez
"When I said the Company was going 'Green,' I didn't mean it literally. . . " Submitted by Bruce L. Wilcox
"Bob, I am afraid you didn't catch the meaning 'go green.'" Submitted by Gus Velásquez
"Too much Green is not necessarily GOOD." Submitted by Phil Ulichney
"You still need to more work on that idea of not painting yourself into a corner!" Submitted by Gerry McGhie
"I said 'GREEN ENERGY plant' not green plant." Submitted by Jim Baracewicz
"It is our company directive to go green at lowest cost and create local jobs." Submitted by Milind Ranade
"This will be good enough for the EPA." Submitted by Mike Gaudette
"“Do not 'greenwash' our image. We are serious about going green!" Submitted by Nico Stolz
"This is not what I meant when I said the plant was going green!" Submitted by Robert Andrew
"What other colors are you to use other than green, go clean the paint off you." Submitted by Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.
"I'm not joking! The company was bought out an hour ago. The first thing the new plant manager said was, make sure my office has white walls cause I really hate the color green!" Submitted by Chuck Lewis
"Why is your hat still yellow and your shirt still red?" Submitted by Joseph A. Weaver, Jr.
"Why are engineers so literal? Go research what 'going green' means." Submitted by Judy Craft; Sarasota, Fla.