Saturday, April 23, 2011
I understand now. The financial meltdown had nothing to do with toxic assets or wanton greed and mismanagement. No,it’s just some of our finer financial institutions were too focused on engineering innovative strategies for saving the planet.
Let's not engage in name calling and finger pointing, they plead. How can we all work together to make a difference? War is not the answer; but envelopes are. If John Muir were alive, he'd tell you to switch to online banking.
For years, multi-billion dollar companies have quietly gone about the business of repairing old growth forests and rescuing endangered species. Remember what we learned in the old Chevron ad? Oil companies weren’t ditching broken pipes and junk in the wilderness to save the expense of trucking it out. No, they were providing shelter for the little lost foxes. “Do people care? People do.”
Ever since, I've been ecologically aware enough to leave the broken, the collapsed, the useless, laying around my backyard. That’s not a piece of crap, that’s a habitat.
Do people care? Neighbors do.
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