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Question of the Week: What will you do differently now that Earth Day is over?

2009 April 27

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Earth Day is a reminder about the importance of protecting the environment.  But after the events are over, we go back to the daily routine…  or do we.

What will you do differently now that Earth Day is over?

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  1. Matt permalink
    May 4, 2009

    In order to ensure that the resource is renewed, you should consider palnting two trees in it’s place. If you lack the requisite common senve to understand why that is, don’t worry, I’ll see to it that two trees get planted in your honor.

  2. Winter Rain permalink
    May 5, 2009

    I have been recycling, since late 70.s, but I do like the new information of more recycling on apllaince’s etc. I also believe in sharing and teaching about recycling to kids and adults, we all need to be involved. Mother Earth needs our help!!!

  3. Jerry Reider permalink
    December 7, 2009

    Right on Fred! The exposed emails now confirm what we all knew. These environmental extremists are doing nothing but taking away our freedom. I’ll bet everyone of them drives a car and lives in a heated house with running water.

  4. Kat permalink
    December 28, 2009

    Plant a garden!
    http://www.genericseeds.com

  5. sthomper permalink
    December 31, 2009

    when do hoaxes as you call it…become lies? then lies on top of other lies, then taxes and tuition taken to tell more lies?

    when is it no longer a hoax (i dont believe it to be a hoax, i call it lies and theft)?

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