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Thursday, February 14, 2013

New York City is going Stenchy

The Big Apple is moving to ban plastic foam containers -- no surprise there -- but scroll down and see that they're also going to institute a food slop composting operation, starting on Staten Island. It must be the Ron Wyden influence.

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This tells me the pattern, the new wave of Stenchy. Just like smart growth, we will end up with a cookie cutter approach from one end of the country to the other. Help!!
What is the future, units to live in, all chipped and ready to go, corporate food, corporate water, corporate media to show us the way to . . . . .

Corporate cookie-cutter this, then that, is absolutely correct.
I wonder how many people who enthusiastically opt to be "agents of change" realize that "agents of change" are always the first to be swept aside once they've served their purpose.

Wonder where NYC's "North Plains" will be?

Staten Island, of course. The forgotten borough.

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