Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Out with the old, in with the new.


rabsteen said...


never stop doing this.

Anonymous said...

Isn't this backwards? It's saying that as there are few spaces in a mall parking lot, there is a lot of space in the landfill- but as the space in the parking lot increases, the space in the landfill decreases.

But I think it would be the opposite: as the spaces in the parking lot decrease, so does the space in the landfill (since people have just thrown out the old, and are now at the mall buying the new).

Anonymous said...

I disagree with Anonymous. Spaces in the parking lot are related to the feeding frenzy, which generates a whole lot more trash... people buy far more than they need.

Feeding frenzy up, spaces down, landfill full.

I think the chart is right.

Anonymous said...

i prefer darts or sea-horse wrestling

Anonymous said...

It depends on if you are talking about EMPTY spaces in a parking lot, or just the number of spaces in general. If this graph is merely referring to the size of the parking lot, then it is right.

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