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April 22, 2024


Jennifer Pfaff

I remember maybe about 15 years ago when wax coated milk cartons were replaced with plastic coated ones. It's just everywhere. The wax and the paper were fully degradable, but the newer version, I think not.


Just think of how much more plastics are used since 1970?? And all those Amazon packages...even more plastic!

Like I have told my Millennial kids, "my grandparents led way more sustainable and eco friendly lives than you do".

Handle Bard

Mr. McGuire:
I want to say one word to you. Just one word.

Yes, sir.

Mr. McGuire:
Are you listening?

Yes, I am.

Mr. McGuire:

Exactly how do you mean?

Mr. McGuire:
There's a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it?

Paloma Ave

The Graduate 1967

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