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i recycle plastic like going green and global warming and saving the planet. thats what you do when you recycle and paper and bottles and glass and t shirts and making this eart a bettter place is what you do to recycle building a healthier environment saving the place we live on.
By zoiya URL on 03.12.2012
“That’s the recycling bin.” Andy smirked, as I begrudgingly stumbled to a different trash can.
By Sir Hammington URL on 03.12.2012
From under the wet floor mats
I can feel the heat off the tar
The tape deck chokes, swallows
And carries on
Comin home, baby
And I’m thinking about the time
We took a cold bottle of wine
To the beach
Late at night
A weeknight, late summer
The still air
And the way your hair falls
When you laugh
And your eyes half close
Handstands in the sand
In the soft cradle
Sharing our bottle
With the stars, the salt, the whitewash
I’m an explorer you said
You have been discovered
By minimalist URL on 03.12.2012
trash into useful things
By Julie on 03.12.2012
Recycling is good if you like that sort of thing. I often get to the dump and decide that i can’t be arsed with it. Afterall, how much difference can it actually make? I mean, hippies always bang on about it but you never know do you. I think its bullshit
By Julian on 03.12.2012
It’s good to recycle whatever you can. Anything that can be reused like plastic, glass or aluminum cans should be taken to a recycling center. Help the earth and everyone on it!
By Valerie on 03.12.2012
um the symbol is a tryangle and i dont know why.
but it is good to recycle
By harhodes URL on 03.12.2012
make something new from something old. Try and help the world. Change things. Create anew. Green world. Happy children. pLAYGROUNDS WITH HAPPY PEOPLE. New ideas.
By Hannah on 03.12.2012
In their eyes, you’re just one more hand-me-down. You’re just there for them to use & then let someone else recycle you. Is that all we really are? Or do we have some kind of purpose, meaning… Beauty deep inside. No one searches for that beauty anymore.
By laughalot on 03.12.2012
i believe in the earth. i give a shit. i am not one of those people who poops where he lives. i don’t like those people. the reason why i like them, and am one of them, is because the earth and i are kind of besties. we hope to live together for many years and then, after we are living together, the earth and i are going to have earth babies. it’s going to be killer, as in a snake eating a mole…now i’m waiting for time to run out. then i’m going to use elie’s weird name to submit. it will also be killer, like snakes (still) eating moles.
By Elie on 03.12.2012
I was suppose to recycle, but i didn’t…I thought about all the plastic bottles that would someday count up to thousands simply because i did not put the empty water bottles in the recycling bin. I really ought to recycle…something small like that makes a big difference
By Edt on 03.12.2012
It was worth wondering about whether you could recycle a heart. He always thought about it as his eyes clouded over with tears or when something was strangling him with an iron fist around his heart… but then as he cried, he realized that a broken heart is just a broken, un-recyclable heart.
By Emmi on 03.12.2012
let’s recycle around the block and enjoy the laughter & joy again!
recycling is so much fun.
By Peter Gan URL on 03.12.2012
I was just thinking about this. Actually, as the page loaded, I was thinking about dropping off a bunch of stuff at a thrift store, which is kind of the same thing.
I’m usually good about recycling. There have been times when I’ve been bad about it. Usually those are times when life is immensely stressful and in the grand scheme of things, it’s more logical to forego recycling in exchange for oh, I dunno… leaving immediately and saving a life! (It happens!)
By Noisy Quiet URL on 03.12.2012
Recycling has become very popular as we have seen that more and more stuff is piling up on our planet. Upcycling is a word similar to recycling in that it reuses stuff into a better new product.
By sheila on 03.12.2012
Used. So Precious it was to begin. Nay, and now look where we are! Needing it once more. Again.
By danksy on 03.12.2012
Wonder what my soul will recycle into; I mean as much as a soul can exist. Scribbles on scraps of paper, a photograph here or there, maybe a journal or a book. A blog perhaps. Surely if this strange soul strips out of its mortal coil and kicks it to the wasteside, then it must have somewhere to return (living as a memory in someone else’s mind) or disintegrating into some vast unknowable ether, it’s molecules, bits of atoms, forever impossible to find. Possibly never to be reunited. I think I’m ok with the former and the latter if one or both are options. One might even say they make the case for improving life for the better; because life should get a little brighter and brighter each day you and your soul are allowed to remain together. If this is reality, then I feel a lingering sense of sorry for those who are consumed by the searing fires of hate. What a pity, what a waste, what a preventable way to meet your fate.
By HelenGrant URL on 03.12.2012
I dismantle the plastic top from my paper cups, throw the cup in the compost bin, slide the top into the recycle bin, and hesitate with the straw. It is plastic, isn’t it?
By Holden URL on 03.12.2012
Ecology is a top issue of the century. Recycling and reusing empty containers saves trees and environment. stop waste and reuse. Recycle your plastics, glass and tin.
By Shoshana URL on 03.12.2012
there’s power in a piece of writing, he thought late in the morning. he had just finished reading elie wiesel’s night. about the holocaust. about the burning of whole peoples. the day has started long ago and he wanted to know what else was in store now that he felt he had just died. or rather just survived death through the prose of eliezer. it was a sick and a sad feeling but also made him not want to waste the day. but maybe he should. maybe it didn’t matter because the world was so filled with evil what could it matter. what was this world worth. he was glad he did not believe in god. he was glad he did not believe in men. ego can be useful sometimes. belief in the self stronger, controllable.
By becca Loo URL on 03.12.2012
Technically, I already wrote all about recycling because I found this website yesterday, but I suppose I can do it again. When we recycle, we’re not only helping other people, and our society, we’re helping ourselves. But maybe that’s the same thing. But if we’re helping ourselves, who will thank us?
By Kira URL on 03.12.2012
reduce reuse, it is as simple as that. Our world is changing everyone is trying to go green. It’s not working too well. The United States tends to ruin things the world is fixing. It is easy for everyone to claim to be part of the movement, yet when they are costs to doing it everyone seems to back away, we will pay more for it in the end people!
By kailey on 03.12.2012
We were recycled and brought back to life. Our bodies were different, but our minds were still intact. How could they do this to us. And why the hell am I asking you it’s not as if you ever answer back – stupid fourth wall I can break you, but you can’t answer back.
By Mags URL on 03.12.2012
Reuse. Renew. Recycle.
These words are imperative in order to further society economically and ecologically.
By Kayla on 03.12.2012
throwing away, making new, always replaced by the old. old made new. taking steps for the environment. the government taking some innitiative. trying to save the world one plastic bottle at a time. knowing we’re helping in a small way.
By Jessica Wylie on 03.12.2012
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.