Posted in Canada, Economy, environmentalism
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Having come up with the idea to have an entire day based on ruthlessly mocking and shaming something we dislike, I don’t think there’s any question by this point that I’m a relatively cynical person with a bleak outlook on life.
Even so, there are certain things which I am pretty upbeat about. Continue reading
Posted in environmentalism, health, Shame Day
Tagged allergies, camping, capitalism, city, climate, environment, Fame Day, farm, farmer, garden, health, hedges, hiking, hills, lawns, mental-health, metropolis gif, Monsanto, nature, outdoors, plant, plants, PSA, Revolution, shame day, snow, the great outdoors, trails, transportation, trees, urban, wealthy, wilderness, wildland, woods, zoning