I don't know about you, but I'm buried in a mound of paper every day when I pick my children up from school. Between the writing practices and the drawings of Darth Vader fighting Indiana Jones (complete with lightsaver [sic.] and bullwhip), there are roughly 12-15 pieces of paper I have to go through every day. I don't mind seeing their work, or enjoying their creative drawings; I just don't have room to save them all. So, most of this stuff goes in the garbage every day (don't tell them that though).
In Japan, I could make use of this paper myself. Yes, I recycle the paper usually, and the paper is dutifully reused in some fashion. But this nifty Japanese gadget allows you to do it yourself and turn the paper into something every household needs a fair amount of: toilet paper. Why it's called the White Goat I have no idea (yes, I know goats eat everything, but I'm pretty sure that what comes out the other end isn't really usable for anything other than fertilizer). Please correct me if I'm wrong, though.
When, oh when will this be available in the U.S.? I will be running to use it on a weekly basis at the very least...although somehow I doubt the quality is up to Charmin's standards, I'm sure the boys can use it. :-)
Hat tip to Newlaunches!