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Before She Blows

This is circulating on campus.

people running from volcano

I’ll be giving a private Earth Day talk myself on Sunday. In preparation for it I am going to drown a few small puppies using a swimming pool paid for with Exxon money. If you’d like to see what the U of R has planned for Earth Day, check it out here.  For a glimpse behind the economics and environment of buying local, start here. I think it is lost on folks that the planet would actually blow if we took the “local” model seriously.

Here is some more:

Remember, ‘going green’ is not just for Earth Day. Green living should be a part of our everyday lives.

Oh the many things that I think should be part of our everyday lives.  And try this one:

We also are encouraging students and staff to join the Earth Day Network’s Billion Acts of Green, where people from around the world can sign up and pledge to change something in their lives, such as walking to the store rather than taking the car or turning off the light when one exits the room.

Happy Easter!

6 Responses to “Before She Blows”

  1. A says:

    This is the one thing I will miss least since graduating. The best part is the mountain of garbage they pile up outside Wilson Commons. They are right, I should eat my napkins, cups, and plastic forks.

  2. Speedmaster says:

    I’m starting to seriously consider that anyone who uses any variation of the word “sustainable” in regular conversation should immediately be regarded as a dullard.

  3. sherlock says:

    I turn all the lights ON when leaving the room. Muahaha

  4. Speedmaster says:

    Wintercow, will you change the world? I hope you’re on this map. 😉
    https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=globalwarming.showPledgeHome

  5. Harry says:

    If I had the time, I would bring a box of Churchill Monte Cristos for us all to smoke at Rizzo’s pool party when we killed the puppies.

    On the menu would be Kosher National hot dogs, pulled pork barbecue, and, for the liberals, denatured ethanol.

  6. Josh says:

    Did you work for Exxon?

    Or did you purchase the pool with bribe money?

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