Posted by Ben Naga
I see the plastic
Of cooking oil containers
Is even thinner
Though more to do with profit
Posted on May 19, 2017, in Tanka and tagged Capitalism, Greed, Sustainability. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.
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Sadly so. 😦
Small clues to grave concerns.
Are we grumbily this morning?..maybe some coffee will help. Smiles.
So true, Ben.
Penned this a few days back in fact and was in a fairly good mood. Still not too happy about shortsighted greedheads though. 😦
Bottled water the same thing. Flimsy! Supposedly a little less volume in the landfills, but….
And you see my suspicions.
The whole set-up is leaking, I fear.
Here they make the bottles smaller and raise the price, so it’s a big win for them and as long as we keep buying they’ll keep winning.
Have you read the book “Jennifer Government”?
No. I’ve never even heard of it.
Just finished rereading it. You might enjoy it.
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