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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Go Big for the Environment: Refridgerator Lust

O.K. this is the dumbest thing I have ever read in my entire life.

People are unplugging their refrigerators for good, to lessen their carbon footprint.

(ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, breathe, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, wipe tears, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, breathe, ha ha ha ha ha ha whoops, sorry, I wet myself a little.)

No seriously, it's a badge of honor that they can get ride of their refrigerator. See for yourself,

My favorite part of the article is :

"PEOPLE who do best without a refrigerator often have certain built-in lifestyle advantages — they live alone and don’t have to cook large meals for a family, say, or they live on a farm or within walking distance of a grocery store."

So these people, these enlightened ones, who are the shinning light of liberalism and enviromentalnuttyism, live where? Big cities, liberal bastions on either coast?

I once heard a comedian say that if the power went out in NYC that within a week, half the population will cannibalize the other half.

Without fridges, it will happen a lot sooner.

This is stupid because these are the same people who go out to eat at restaurants, WHO USE POWER. They want to shop at grocery stores, THAT USE POWER. They ride public transportation, THAT USE POWER. And they live in cities, THAT USE POWER! What good is giving away your fridge to lesson the "carbon footprint" if everything else you do in your life also takes power?

Idiots. Power monks. Carbon Nazi's. The article actually says we have refrigerator lust. Morons. I got a better way for you to lesson your carbon footprint that won't be so annoying. Move to the woods, take off all your cloths, and live like the animals you think you evolved from. I bet monkey's carbon footprint is ZERO!

Oh, and by the way, the reason that they live alone is not because they don't have a refrigerator, it is because they don't believe in showering either. "Water is precious, why waste it on our bodies."

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