Thursday, September 25, 2008

Mr. Facetious

With things like this to consider, it's a wonder the true greenies just don't up and spontaneously combust -- except that such combustion would add carbon the the environment.

Now honestly, if you think domestic dog and cat poop is an environmental problem, consider these:

1. Polar bear poop decreases the albedo of North Pole ice, making it melt faster.

2. With all the concern about poopy pollutants swilling our streams and rivers, what's to be done about the fish pooping directly IN the streams and rivers?

3. If a bear poops in the woods, do they bury their waste far from water sources and underneath at least 12 inches of soil?

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