A: The principle of organic materials is simple: It's that organic materials are inherently superior to anything made by man, even if they are less practical. So when given a choice, always choose organic materials.
Try this thought experiment to illustrate the point: Imagine the ultimate MB -- JFK -- sailing a boat made out of fiberglass. Your head just exploded. See what we mean? Plus, given that organics are the result of Mother Nature, there are always slight imperfections that enhance another core MB attribute: artful dishevelment. (Note JFK's look.)
Use the following table to help guide your decision-making.
If you are about to:
|Buy a dress shirt||100% cotton||50-50 cotton-poly blend|
|Side your house||cedar||vinyl|
|Write something down||#2 pencil||pen|
|Decide on a date||The one with real breasts||The one with fake breasts|
|Tee it up||Featherie||Titleist Pro V1|
|Climb Mt. Everest||To wear pelts from Nepalese fauna||North Face fleece|