August 19, 2017

Earth Day Traditions

Everyone has their traditions for what to do on Earth Day – that fake celebration of causing the creation of many millionaires/billionaires who pushed for “environmental” causes using people as their pawns.

I have my Earth Day traditions as well. For a period of a few months leading up to Earth Day, I collect as much Styrofoam and plastic objects as I can. My favorite item to collect is an old plastic tarp, preferably partly shredded. On Earth Day, I build a large fire in my outdoor fire pit and burn my collection. It’s good for the soul. Shredded tarps burn exceptionally well and last a long time.

Do you have traditions, perhaps like the one depicted in the below photograph that shows the brilliance of your environmentalism?

 

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Hunters and Fisherman Pony-Up Nine Times Anybody Else for Wildlife Conservation

“A study by the National Shooting Sports Foundation found that for every taxpayer dollar invested in wildlife conservation, hunters and fishermen contribute nine.

So please note: To “preserve nature,” they don’t tax Birkenstock hiking boots and Ying-Yang pendants – but they do tax my shotgun. They don’t tax Yoga manuals and Tofu tid-bits wrapped in recycled paper – but do tax my 30.06 deer rifle. They don’t tax binoculars or birding Field Guides with cutesy photos of the red-cockaded woodpecker and spotted Owl – but they do tax the shotgun shells I blast at Mallards before arraying on my grill as Duck-K-Bobs (cooked rare and lovingly basted with plenty of butter, Cajun seasoning and teriyaki sauce).”<<<Read More>>>

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Earth Day

I guess yesterday was Earth Day. I missed it. I was busy burning Styrofoam.

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