7 Fun Ways To Celebrate Earth Day

By Presidential decree, Earth Day is upon us! Here are some great ways to make the most of it.

 

#1 Breath Organic Oxygen

Start your day right by getting a sweet, sweet oxygen high. But don’t settle for ordinary canned oxygen: splurge on the good stuff!

#2 Kill An Invasive Species

Cane toads, Florida pythons, those ugly little bugs that dig through trees, the world is your orgy of violence this day! Native species will thank you.

#3 Call Mother Earth

It’s not that we don’t want to call her, but it’s hard to find the right time when you’re both available. Today is her special day, and you know it won’t be complete unless she hears from you!

#4 Watch That One Scene From The Lion King

“When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass” so good!

#5 Plant A Tree On The White House Lawn

They may be busy doing other things, but rest assured President Obama and the hard-working men and women of the Secret Service are giving you a thumbs up!

#6 Kill More Invasive Species

C’mon, go for it!

#7 Leave Little Encouraging Notes On Shrubs

Everyone thinks of trees on Earth Day, but the little guys need some love too! A small paper note that says something like “great job” or “thinking of you” really goes a long way. The more the better!

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2 Responses to 7 Fun Ways To Celebrate Earth Day

  1. The Arizonan says:

    Personally, I’ve never paid much attention to Earth Day. It ought to be an important holiday because we are actually destroying the planet. Heavy industrialization and pollution is making the Earth’s climate erratic and schizophrenic.

    Your next blog entry should be about the presidential election and how Congress has an abysmally low approval rating because of its obstructionist crap (especially over Justice Antonin Scalia’s old Supreme Court seat). Just a suggestion.

    • AJBulldis says:

      This blog was terrible, no wonder no one read it. Ugh.

      While I feel fairly strongly about doing one’s part to not waste natural resources, I’ve yet to be convinced of anthropogenic climate change, let alone that it’s going to lead to widespread catastrophe very soon. People have been predicting the destruction of NYC for decades now. They clearly don’t have trustworthy models.

      As for our government, that’s just too depressing a situation. Sides funnier people than me are all over it.

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