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April 23, 2004

holiday

I took yesterday off in celebration of Earth Day. I didn't want to blog when I should be worshiping at the tender feet of Gaia. So, I cut down a few trees, built a big outdoor fire to release tons of dioxins and furans into our atmosphere, killed and ate a couple of endangered species, drained a swamp delicate wetland, changed the oil in my gas-guzzling pickup truck and dumped the used oil down a storm drain. I threw away some perfectly good recyclables, too.

I dumped pesticide on my lawn and sprayed herbicide on my weeds. I ate processed food and stomped all over an organic garden. I helped a neighbor dump an old refrigerator in the woods where children play. We left the door on it too, right after we released all the CFCs into the atmosphere, but that's better than putting an old refrigerator into a landfill.

I was too busy saving the planet yesterday to blog.

Comments

Did you drive the pickup at all? Maybe on a tank of some old leaded gas?

No?

Well, you did more than I. I just smoked a pack and occasionally released some methane into the atmosphere.

Thanks for picking up my slack.

Posted by: Rob @ L&R on April 23, 2004 09:36 AM

And I hope you feel better. Strong man be stronger.

Rob

Posted by: Rob on April 23, 2004 09:44 AM

Beautiful...Again, here's the Acid in the Acidman that I've come to know and love....BRAVO!!!!
(rotflmao at this one. You go, Hon!!!)

Posted by: Stevie on April 23, 2004 03:38 PM

Pssst.....Another thought:

I think we ought to just make "Bio-Dome" the official Earth Day movie.

Hell, Pauly Shore makes more sense than any environmentalist.

Posted by: Stevie on April 23, 2004 03:45 PM

I learned to dowse for water on Earth Day and saw a wonderful painting of Gaia at the workshop on Mt. Sequoyah. The artist portrayed her with a green naked body(quite voluptous)no red toe nail however. I was thinking of buying a print of her. She was my favorite of all the art. I'm going back for some more earthy lectures. I got 4 new dowsing tools and I loved thebopper the best.
I also planted okra and chamomille in honor of Gaia

Posted by: Lexia on April 23, 2004 07:27 PM

I'm laughing so hard right now I can't stand it. The best part "...I left the door on it too." Oh, Christ that is funny! Good stuff, good stuff.

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