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Just saw this forum and signed up so hello! For sure all of us noticed how sometimes the amount of snow or rain is too much like "this is not normal" and I feel like we all should do something about it. One thing we can do is to minimize our trash by supporting eco-friendly products. Here are some things I do now:
-I have 4 big eco bags inside my car
-I use bar shampoo
-I support local farmers
-I only buy minimal clothes..I mean minimalist so I won't be part of the fast fashion industry
-I commute often

Share your eco ways of living here! Interested to know so I can also copy you guys!
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post #2 of 11 Old 09-12-2019, 02:53 PM
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Do you have any thoughts on the levels of methane being released from Cows?
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If you do what is next on your list of methane releases ?
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Because Iím kind of concerned.
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I’m concerned because I suffer from uncontrollable flatulence.

You know I release a lot of methane.
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Iím concerned because I suffer from uncontrollable flatulence.

You know I release a lot of methane.
I bet your big Father can blow one.
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I bet your big Father can blow one.
You must lay awake all night dreaming this crap up .
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You must lay awake all night dreaming this crap up .
Why is that? I'm dream en but you had your choice to stay out of this but you took your man toy over your own Family, clients, who knows what we can find. Anybody can read it. You made your choice, now lay down with snokid.
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Just saw this forum and signed up so hello! For sure all of us noticed how sometimes the amount of snow or rain is too much like "this is not normal" and I feel like we all should do something about it. One thing we can do is to minimize our trash by supporting eco-friendly products. Here are some things I do now:
-I have 4 big eco bags inside my car
-I use bar shampoo
-I support local farmers
-I only buy minimal clothes..I mean minimalist so I won't be part of the fast fashion industry
-I commute often

Share your eco ways of living here! Interested to know so I can also copy you guys!
I live in a home made of recycled plastic bins.
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Just saw this forum and signed up so hello! For sure all of us noticed how sometimes the amount of snow or rain is too much like "this is not normal" and I feel like we all should do something about it. One thing we can do is to minimize our trash by supporting eco-friendly products. Here are some things I do now:
-I have 4 big eco bags inside my car
-I use bar shampoo
-I support local farmers
-I only buy minimal clothes..I mean minimalist so I won't be part of the fast fashion industry
-I commute often

Share your eco ways of living here! Interested to know so I can also copy you guys!
I have a small repair business, I recycle what I can. I'm going to get take out soon at a bar stool somewhere, so more recycling in the morning.
My hair is falling out, not much need.
I'm in Jersey, the farms are disappearing.
I'm married and have a 22 year old daughter, I am supporting the fashion industry.
I only live 1 mile from work.
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I have a small repair business, I recycle what I can. I'm going to get take out soon at a bar stool somewhere, so more recycling in the morning.
My hair is falling out, not much need.
I'm in Jersey, the farms are disappearing.
I'm married and have a 22 year old daughter, I am supporting the fashion industry.
I only live 1 mile from work.
The Garden State isnít what it used to be...
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