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those cute green bags

Doesn’t it feel good using those cute, environmentally benign, totally sustainable, green bags that replace the nasty plastic things they used to hand out at Whole Foods? (For all you silly boycotters, insert Trader Joe’s here).

Turns out that being green is a bit more complicated than Al Gore would have us believe. “If you look at the entire grocery package that you bought, the bag may account for 1 to 2 percent of the environmental impact,” says Bob Lilienfeld, editor of the Use Less Stuff report.

What’s a neo-green-freak to do in these trying times? Is nothing what it seems to be? Can’t we just save the frigging planet and get back to beer and football?

But, don’t trust me; go here

posted by Mudd

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