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Live Earth – 7-7/07: A Mass Social Conscienceness

Posted on: July 7, 2007

Are you watching? Are you taking action?
Have you converted to lower energy lightbulbs?
Do you recycle?
Do you run your dishwasher and wash your clothes at night?
Do you pitch in and help keep your neighborhood green?
Do you reuse your coffee mug at work and on the go?
Do you carpool or take mass transportation to work or school?

These are just a few of the little things you can do to help Save Our Earth.
Find out more and make the pledge

Blog Readers: Tell me what you are doing to make the change?

I can’t believe I just saw the Spinal Tap reunion with every bass player in the world. If that can happen, we can make the world a better place.

And don’t forget, save water, shower with a friend!


1 Response to "Live Earth – 7-7/07: A Mass Social Conscienceness"

We just bought a new “old-fashioned hand push” lawn mower. For $100 bucks, we replaced the old particulate-spewing, gasoline burning, noisy rock-thrower with something that leaves a zero carbon footprint, and works just as well (except for the occasional rebellious sprig of timothy grass… and it’ll keep those under control if we don’t procrastinate).

And as for being “too hard to push”, well… we had to push the other one, too!

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