All of them are old, grizzled men who had seen their fair share of war, so the Pentagon comes up with a unique bonus system for their service. They can choose two points of their bodies and for every inch between them they would get 10k.
First up was the Army general. He chose to measure between the tips of his middle fingers with his arms spread wide. Second was the Air Force, who chose the top of his head to the soles of his feet. Then came the Marine General.
"I want you to measure from the tip of my dick to my balls."
The men running the measuring laughed and then asked him, seriously, where he wanted to measure.
"I am being serious. Now start measuring."
The men tried to dissuade him but he was adamant. Finally, resigned, one of the men takes the measuring tape and goes to take the measurement. When the general removed his pants the man jumped up in alarm.
"Sir! Where are your balls?!?"
The average US adult footprint is 30 tons. About half that is direct and half of that is indirect.
I wish to limit all of my suggestions to:
things that add luxury and or money to your life (no sacrifices)
things that a million people can do (in an apartment or with land) without being angry at bad guys
Whenever I try to share these things that make a real difference, there's always a handful of people that insist that I'm a monster because BP put the blame on the consumer. And right now BP is laying off 10,000 people due to a drop in petroleum use. This is what I advocate: if we can consider ways to live a more luxuriant life with less petroleum, in time the money is taken away from petroleum.
Let's get to it ...
If you live in Montana, switching from electric heat to a rocket mass heater cuts your carbon footprint by 29 tons. That as much as parking 7 petroleum fueled cars.
35% of your cabon footprint is tied to your food. You can eliminate all of that with a big enough garden.
Switching to an electric car will cut 2 tons.
And the biggest of them all: When you eat an apple put the seeds in your pocket. Plant the seeds when you see a spot. An apple a day could cut your carbon footprint 100 tons per year.
I have about 200 more things to share about cutting carbon footprints. Ask me anything!
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