Yes they feel this video justifies their place in world renowned plasmatic sludgery.
What they neglected to ADD is the resource it takes just to create one USDA(lies) approved* burger, not to mention what other additives/sedatives etc the beef cow had previously been injected with. Also more importantly where the beef actually came from, instead of ‘neatly packaged’ in trucks.
As children we have been led to believe that a magical vortex sucks away all of the garbage and takes it away to a land of non-existence. Unfortunately, the vortex is real but it isn’t magical and it doesn’t goto a land of non-existence.
To our surprise or … (reluctancy in finding) not one but two of these vortex have been found to be residing in the Pacific ocean and are now a whopping size that is twice the size of the continental United States.
Yes, two swirling cesspools of GARBAGE, consisting of 90% plastic waste.
Out of site, out of mind?
That is of course until it comes ‘barfing’ onto shore and/or kills off a major part of the circle of life.
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So, what comes to mind here is ways to eliminate the use or over-usage of plastic.
We’ve all seen these suggestions before but come on people, this is serious.
Here are a few things I’m going to do.
Ways to lower your use of plastic products –
– Purchase beverages, including milk bottled with glass, aluminum or paper.
– Don’t use the plastic baggies they offer when you’re checking out at the store, bring your own re-usable bag or just carry stuff out in a buggy
– Get purchased items such as meat, veggies etc wrapped with wax paper or paper or use re-usable containers
– Do not use plastic forks, plates or cups – use glass, paper or ceramic
– Take your meals in re-usable tupper wear and wash it out, don’t throw it away
– Be concious; when you come across something that is not recyclable or biodegradable, think of an alternate or a different approach