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Thursday, December 27, 2007

What's This Green(not) Thing?

This left an impression on me. I took this photo yesterday at the Brevard Zoo at a conservation exhibit. I may not put comments through immediately just to give others that follow a chance to consider what this is. Hint... this one is YUCKY.

5 comments:

pearly1979 said...
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Courtney said...

a diaper

crispy said...

I am still thinking. I even got my hubby to help me figure it out.

I will guess later.

-Cris

Permission to Mother said...

This green thing is a disposable diaper sitting in a compost at the zoo. The orange thing next to it is a sippy cup. I looked at it and thought, yuck, we are filling up the land fills with those things (we passed the county landfill to get to the zoo, so I realy had the image in my mind).

Then on double take, I realized that except for the first week with David, I did not contribute diapers to the landfill. Although, environmental issues were really not the the reason I used cloth to begin with, it does make me more confident of my decisions.

Recently I heard of a town in UK, I think, that gives a tax refund to families who use cloth. That's impressive... that the city has recognized paper diapers as a problem.

Catalina said...

Yeah! That is disgusting ... Cloth diapering was my initial wish on diapering my daughter. Something I didn't go through with :(

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