Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Have a Cow Over Earth Day!

Longtime readers of Chattering Teeth (and what exactly is YOUR major malfunction?) may recall my 2008 Earth Day post when my knowledge quest to learn about this event began. Since last year's Earth Day, I have spent literally a full year thinking about other things. Is it bad form to blockquote one's self?:
Many worshippers of Earth Day apparently pray to a deity figure called Gaia, or Mother Earth. I'm not sure if she is a drug-induced hallucination, a bit of undigested potatoe, or Al Gore in drag. But in any case, all I can say is, "Gaia, you go girl"!
Well, it's Earth Day 2009, and it's time for me to get back on that green and flatulating horse for the sake of the world. Earth Day just so happens to fall on garbage day at DaBlade's house this year, and I will be sending quite the curb full of refuse to it's final resting place today. Since I don't believe or fear an imminent Earth Apocalypse, I am in the minority and obviously have more learning to do. That's where the newly launched environmental website "Greener Schnitzels" comes in.

If I'm not mistaken, this is Perez Hilton with his gay male bovine roommate in the video teaching us about global warming...


5 comments:

Chuck said...

I'm going out to buy a gas burning boat to celebrate.

KrisEveland said...

You my friend, are with me in the MAJORITY. Fully 2/3 of Americans don't believe in global warming. Of course, you won't here this quoted in the news anywhere.

cube said...

This is just hokey liberal propaganda. I could just as easily posit that if you love breathing, you should celebrate
Nitrogen/Oxygen/Argon/Carbon dioxide/Neon/Helium/Krypton/
Hydrogen/Xenon Gas Day.

I've never heard of it, but then Hallmark may have a card for it ;-)

PIC-PIC said...

It's the same Marxists tripe aimed at ending capitalism. The giant heartless greedy corporations killing mother earth blah, blah, blaaaaah. The Marxists want to regulate companies out of business so the government can take them over supposedly for the good of the people. Same old sad story.

RightKlik said...

Earth day? It's to geocentric for me. We should be thinking about the whole Universe. When is universe day? It's time to raise awareness. I, for one, pledge to stop generating entropy. It's the least I can do to help save the Universe.