Monday, April 16, 2007

Think we've got it.

9 comments:

Erik said...

I feel dense. I don't get it.

BTW, great idea for a blog. Some of these are quite amusing.

Rashmi said...

:( neither do I

Anonymous said...

ppls who reduce, reuse and recycle have a clue.

colonel mustard, the candlestick and the library are all elements in the game Clue (or "Cluedo" if you're English)

Anonymous said...

It's also proven that Recycling programs are relatively useless and a waste of taxpayers money.

http://www.ecoworld.com/home/articles2.cfm?tid=340

Good idea... just implemented really poorly. I'm not against recycling, just against the people who are incharge of it.

Adam Kayce, Monk at Work said...

This is hilarious, Jessica.

I probably double-over, laughing, at 9 out of 10 of your cards (I've got you in my RSS reader), and I figured it was about time I stopped by to let you know.

Thanks for sharing your creative gifts with us all!

Anonymous said...

anon 1:43

Penn & Teller's show B***S*** has a segment on this. It supports what I've believed about recycling all along.

Not that there's anything wrong with that...

lpdbw

Sarah said...

A lot of people think that it's "Reduce and reuse: recycle"
rather than, "Reduce consumption, reuse what you can, recycle what you can't."
People recycle much more than they reduce their consumption or re-use rather than throw away.

The article linked above isn't totally wrong but it reduces complex issues into "myths vs. facts."

Anonymous said...

PLEASE can I have this one on a T-shirt?????

Anonymous said...

Sarah said:
A lot of people think that it's "Reduce and reuse: recycle"
rather than, "Reduce consumption, reuse what you can, recycle what you can't."
People recycle much more than they reduce their consumption or re-use rather than throw away.

The article linked above isn't totally wrong but it reduces complex issues into "myths vs. facts."


Amen to that!

 
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