Back when I worked for Earth Day '80 a colleague and I did a satire called, "Earth Decay." Unfortunately there are some who still believe in the benefits of environmental destruction.
Earth Decay (DK)
Celebrate the the 3 D's, Degrade, Destroy, and Decay. The Earth will take care of itself however mankind can benefit by the 3 D's creating new growth, jobs and dollars!!!
* Degrade so to stimulate new economic development
* Destroy because clean-up employment results
* Decay furthers adds more dollars into our economy
CONSUME, CONSUME AND CONSUME
Do not be stupid and conserve. More waste, more people and more trash fosters commerce! The more we can degrade our air, water and land the greater our clean up industry will thrive! More people helps create more wars, shortages, violence, prison and cheap labor. Increase climate change new opportunities for economic growth due to hurricanes, floods, food shortages and a host of other catastrophes.
Celebrate Earth DK at home
- Compost things in your refrigerator- Run up your electric bills best you can - Turn on your AC and open your doors - Any way you can enlarge your carbon footprint emulate "Big Foot." - Have more babies as you can. - Cut down a tree whenever you get a chance- Take your old plastic bags to the beach and let them go
(less dolphins = more tuna fish)
Remember what the "Good book" says we're here to dominate and master the planet so don't worry about the Earth, it will take care of itself
Finally everything's recycled it's just a question of time.
Be a wise owl, hoot and pollute! Fear not climate is weirdening. Everyday is Earth DK. Without more people, life itself would be impossible.
Unplanned Parenthood is a good thing because it allows strength in numbers.
Remember the 3DS - degrade,
deteriorate and destroy.
This message is sponsored by Association of Developers, Chamber of Billionaires, the National Association Psycho Proctologists, American Society of Butt-holes, and the American Alliance for Greater Destruction.
For 30 years Rob Arner has worked on environmental programs and resource management issues. He has experience in implementing all types of conservation programs. Also, Rob has provided technology transfer and technical assistance in all aspects of pollution prevention. Rob was a Director for Shenandoah County on the Lord Fairfax Soil Water Conservation District. He has written and spoken extensively, including testifying before Congress and several state legislatures. Four of Rob's articles have appeared in the Washington Post Outlook Section. Also, Rob's numerous other articles were featured in various national environmental and tennis publications. For several years he wrote a weekly column for an environmental web site. He has given over a hundred presentations to various local, state, national and international groups.
For over 35 years, Rob has taught tennis all over the U.S. Most of his coaching has been in the Washington DC Area. He is an U.S.P.T.A. instructor at area clubs, schools, resorts and indoor courts. Over 25 years Rob has worked with World Champion Pauline Betz Addie.