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Coastal California -- the gift that keeps on giving!
When I was in San Francisco, a few years ago, I started to put baby greens into a plastic bag provided by the Ferry Place Market vendor. He asked if I was going to eat the greens immediately. I said that I planned to put them in my hotel room refrigerator overnight, to add to the sandwich I would make for my flight home. Saying he would deny doing this, he slipped me a different bag, because the mandated biodegradable ones started composting the contents immediately. Delicate greens, berries etc would be inedible in less than 30 minutes. Idiotic. When at home, I reuse both grocery and produce bags, but it is not always feasible or possible. There is a real sanitation issue.
In their defense, they probably deal with more ocean litter and it's more apparent to see the negative effects than inland.
I have to wonder what liberals think happens to recycled plastic bags. I happen to know, but obviously they don't. It makes so much more sense to reuse existing objects than to be constantly making stuff that self-destructs.
You're really comparing women's bodies to plastic bags
THAT is your argument?See, the problem with living in a liberal bubble for so long is that liberals aren't used to having to defend their beliefs. They throw up tripe like anonymous above, and perhaps a "racist" or a "homophobe", and think that's carried the day.Those days have passed, anonymous.
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