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Alex Norris Jun 26
Replying to @dorrismccomics
this is a comic from my book! there are a lot more comics in it that I have never posted online:
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little johnny frostbite and 19 others Jun 26
Replying to @dorrismccomics
this has been one hell of a month for character development
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Alex Norris Jun 26
Replying to @h2odrinkit
the character development will continue
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little johnny frostbite and 19 others Jun 26
Replying to @dorrismccomics
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glorfsf Jun 26
And who is buying shit from these corpos ? Every bit of the industry is coming down to the consumer, except some special cases like military.
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🌿Honeyxilia ✨ Jun 26
who's creating the need through aggressive marketing ? who's creating the needs for increasing the profit ? blaming individuals in a system is like saying a soccer team lost a game because of one player
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🌿Honeyxilia ✨ Jun 26
additionnaly, there's institutions that polluate a lot and that don't sell anything, like armies (the us army is one of the most polluating entity in our societies)
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yuriy opryshko Jun 26
Replying to @dorrismccomics
It came in my feed straight after this one and this is brilliant:
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Eduardo Mercer Jun 26
Replying to @mcm69 @dorrismccomics
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'Destroy' Nakagawa 🐰 Jun 26
Replying to @dorrismccomics
This, top polluters aren't common Joe's, it's cool, nice and considerate to do your part. But those who pollute the most should do theirs.
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learning to walk in heels Jun 26
I agree that everyone should do their part, but ... right now our part is to act against these companies, cause if they dont do something, we are doomed.
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Polyester Jun 26
LEts take a look- oh look they're all energy companies. And most energy gets consumed by the average joe on aggregate. Sheeeiiiit.
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Not the Grouch Jun 27
except you can task 7 billion people with using less energy, or 100 companies with producing cleaner energy. Which one's easier and more effective? If you think the first is, I would love to know your game plan.
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Polyester Jun 27
Those options are not mutually exclusive, and in fact would synergise well together. Unfortunately, the left is perpetually stuck on 'buisnesses bad' and can't see how consumers drive the market.
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Zarphus Jun 26
how i feel when i take my own trash/recycling out, then go to work and have to take care of the trash there.
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🏳️‍🌈Phio the Space Impala🏳️‍🌈 Jun 26
Further irony is that large amounts of municipal "recyclables" end up in landfills anyway. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Quackertree Jun 26
Replying to @BallaImpala
This *heavily* depends on the country you live in! For example, in the Netherlands, only 2% of all waste goes to a landfill, which is the waste that cannot be processed otherwise. In Lithouania, however, roughly 30% of all waste goes into landfills due to lack of regulation.
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