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i hate pink, i hate clubbing, i hate people who bitch about everything, i hate dealing with the police, i hate bus-butt's smoke, i hate noises, i hate the crowd, i hate to wait, i hate brag-asses, i hate to think, i hate britney "the bitch" spears, i hate the heat, i hate numbers, i hate soap fcukin' opera, i hate to do chores, i hate my boss, i hate being sick (unless it helps me to skip work), i hate math, i hate brad pitt, i hate techno, i hate pineapple, i hate to pry, i hate to let evil people live, i hate people who wasting my time, i suck at everything, i ruin everything i touch. still got loads to hate, but i forgot!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

100 Wisdoms to Help Reduce Global Warming

1. Shop with canvas bag instead of using paper and plastic bag
2. Wash clothes with cold water instead of hot
3. Turn off electrical appliances when not in use
4. Connect your outdoor light with a timer
5. Use trap instead of rat poisons and insect killers
6. Minimize pesticide use
7. Copy and print on both sides of paper
8. Reuse items like envelopes, folders and paper clips
9. Use mailer sheets for interoffice mail instead of an envelopes
10. Use e-mail instead of paper correspondence
11. Use recycled paper
12. Use discarded paper for scrap paper
13. Use a ceramic or glass coffee mug instead of a disposable cup
14. Use solar power for home and water heating
15. Purchase radial tires and keep them properly inflated for your vehicle
16. Paint with brushes or roller instead of using spray paints to minimize harmful emission
17. Install water saving devices on your faucets an toilets
18. Don't wash dishes with water running continuously 
19. Avoid products with several layers of packaging when only one is sufficient
20. Only use electrical appliances when you need them
21. Buy recycled products
22. Maintain and repair durable products instead of buying new ones
23. Reuse items like bags and containers when possible
24. Use cloth napkins instead of paper ones
25. Use reusable plates and utensils instead of disposable ones 
26. Use reusable containers to store food instead of aluminum foil and cling wrap
27. Buy rechargeable batteries for devices used frequently
28. Reuse packaging cartons and shipping materials. Old newspapers make great packaging material
29. Use public transit whenever possible
30. Compost your vegetable scraps
31. Buy used furniture
32. Recycle everything: newspapers, bottles, and cans, aluminum foil, etc
33. Don't use electrical appliances when you can easily do by hand, such as opening cans
34. Use cold water in the washer whenever possible
35. Use less chemical when cleaning
36. Save wire hangers and return them to the dry cleaners
37. Donate used items to a charitable organization or thrift shop
38. Flush the toilets less often
39. Turn off the water heater before you leave on vacation
40. Start a compost pile
41. Use only organic fertilizer
42. Compost your leaves and yard debris, or take the to yard debris recycler
43. Use compact fluorescent light bulbs to save energy
44. Grow bamboo instead of building a fence
45. use a flash drive instead of CD
46. Advice people around you about the dangers of global warming
47. Eat all your meal at the restaurant to avoid taking home in plastic bag
48. Use waste water from washing clothes yo water your plant
49. Use sunlight instead of electric light
50. Turn off the engine while fueling your car
51. Take the stairs instead of using the elevator
52. Stop wasting food because food scraps give off methane gas
53. Clean your air conditioning regularly
54. Stop using aerosol sprays to reduce CFC
55. Open the window to cool your room instead of using air conditioning
56. Buy products that are labeled environmentally friendly
57. Use a car that is just big enough for your family
58. Use biological energy like biodiesel and ethanol
59. Replace your old refrigerator
60. Defrost your refrigerator regularly
61. Take out the unnecessary items from the refrigerator every week
62. Use sunlight to dry your clothes
63. Use clothes made from natural resources
64. Install an automatic safety cut-out for your electricity system
65. Use green colored glass to reduce heat in your home
66. Stop burning grass in the field
67. Reduce the brightness of your computer monitor
68. Set the timer to turn off your air conditioning before dawn
69. Build houses to make use of natural air currents and light
70. Don't put hot food in refrigerator
71. Grow your own kitchen garden
72. Buy organic vegetables
73. Buy locally made products to reduce transportation
74. Divide your recyclable garbage into relevant materials
75. Turn off your computer monitor at break times
76. Shit off electrical equipment in the evening when you leave work
77. Use a portable computer as it uses less energy than a desktop model
78. Just print in black and white whenever possible
79. Do not drive over the speed limit
80. Don't carry unnecessary stuff in the trunk of your car
81. Check your car regularly to make sure it is in good condition
82. Check you tires regularly
83. Check your car for oil or other leaks, and recycle motor oil
84. Keep your car tuned up and your oil changed
85. keep your tires properly inflated
86. Keep your wheels properly aligned
87. Cut driving miles
88. Save trash and dispose it at a rest stop
89. Buy a car that is more fuel-efficient and produces lower emission
90. Use hybrid car
91. Use smaller paper for smaller memos
92. Avoid buying food or products packaged in plastic or styrofoam containers since they cannot be recycled
93. Buy local grown food when possible
94. Don't buy product made by endangered animals
95. Join a conservation organization
96. Volunteer your time to conservation projects
97. Give money to conservation projects
98. Encourage your family, friends and neighbors to save resources too
99. Teach children to respect nature and the environment
100. Plant trees