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Our rules have been updated and given their own forum. Go and look at them! They are nice, and there may be new ones that you didn't know about! Hooray for rules! Hooray for The System! Hooray for Conforming!
Bobkins FlymoHAPPY WAALUWEENRegistered User, Super Moderator, Moderatormod
Don't you P-O-L-L-U-T-E pollute the river, sky, or sea
or else you're gonna get what you deserve
Yes, we are closing in on Earth Day 2012, wherein we all pretend to give a shit about the environment for one day. Or maybe you sincerely give a shit, but then you've been probably doing something for the planet before Earth Day. Or maybe you don't even pretend, and actively want the world to descend into trashy madness. In which case, you can probably leave the thread. This won't interest you.
For the rest of you, holy shit Earth Day. This calls for an image fresh off GIS
Fuck yeah. That is the stuff.
But what is Earth Day all about? According to my half-ass Wikipedia search, some Senator named Gaylord Nelson came up with it in 1970. And a dude named John thought of it a year before that. It's on the internet: go look it up. I'm not here to educate you.
There is so much to do on Earth Day! Look up various activities on the internet and head out and, I dunno, clean pond scum or give baby animals sensual cleanings.
But realize that baby animals have boundaries. No means no, buster.
Oh look, a web site. Maybe that has some information. Or it'll make you so sick of the world "green" that you want to hook up with Duke Nukem. Er, the one that didn't release a shitty video game last year. The one with excellent taste in Hawaiian shirts. Dude rocks the flip-flops pretty hard, too.
So brace yourself for Earth Day 2012: an orgy of green. It's coming this very weekend, so hurry up and memorize this song. We only got like three more rehearsals left.