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  Do you recycle at home?  
  
YES
NO
71.03 %
28.97 %
number of Votes:
680
 
 From: ShortNews   05/02/2010 08:03 PM     
  Yes!  
  
Yes, we have been recycling for many years. It´s the right thing to do. It reduces what goes to the landfill and provides a usable product. Locally it gives a school for mentally challenged people income and gives their patients jobs.
 
  by: Lurker     05/03/2010 07:32 PM     
  Recycling Is Almost A Religion  
  
In The Northwest.

The benefits here are enormous for recycling,both financially and ecologically.
 
  by: ichi     05/03/2010 10:20 PM     
  Ditto  
  
I recycle all paper, glass, metal and plastic containers. I only need to separate out the glass for the bins, not a hassle at all.
 
  by: caution2     05/04/2010 12:14 AM     
  Yes  
  
i also recycle here at my home.

i mean who doesnt?

it is really simple to do actually.

i dont get all nuts into it, but i do put stuff where it belongs.
 
  by: cray0la     05/04/2010 02:49 AM     
  Eff No!  
  
You tree hugging hippies Lol
 
  by: Zmethod     05/04/2010 03:59 AM     
  OK  
  
Lurker and cray0la just agreed on something. Either hell just froze over, or everything´s really going to be OK.
 
  by: Ben_Reilly     05/04/2010 09:14 PM     
  lol @ ben  
  
Its easy to do, and it actually has its benefits without costing me out of pocket.

im all for it.

now cap n tax is another story!
 
  by: cray0la     05/06/2010 06:46 AM     
  my city sucks  
  
we had a great recycling program.it was canceled due to budget. no effort has been made to restart it in over a decade.
 
  by: kross10c   05/06/2010 01:31 PM     
  Yes here  
  
it is compulsory and our local government provides the appropriate bins, three in fact. One for the recyclables one for green waste( gardening refuse) and the smaller bin for all things not recyclable. I think it is great to have them and it is no effort at all to put the garbage in the correct bin especially if you have the same versions bins in the kitchen.
 
  by: Sleeky     05/07/2010 05:28 AM     
  @cray0la  
  
You know, McCain/Palin had actually promised to do cap and trade in their campaign. Now that the Democrats are proposing a similar plan, it´s the worst idea ever, of course:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/...
 
  by: Ben_Reilly     05/08/2010 08:12 AM     
  wow  
  
i didnt know this ben.

another reason why i wasnt so big on that team.

as a matter of fact, im happy Obama won, because the country can see his empty promises and same old washington tricks..

Plus u you have to admit, your side destroyed Palin with hatred.

heres a good way to anger a liberal.

start talking about Palin.


lol
 
  by: cray0la     05/19/2010 06:16 AM     
  Yes  
  
Though only electronics. Paper and Plastic go to the city and they sort and recycle it. I´m sure they miss some but because the city handles it theres only one "trash bin" and I don´t think I have seen many/any drop off points.

Electronics on the other hand are very dangerous and I don´t want to risk it.
 
  by: coteyr2   05/19/2010 08:01 PM     
  @cray0la  
  
I love Palin; she´s brought so much laughter into my life. And Obama has delivered on an incredible percentage of his promises thus far.

We got health care reform and the economy´s back on the right track, with over a half-million new jobs added in just the past two months.

If you want to understand how lefties like me view Palin, check out this ad I found while searching for Jon Stewart´s video about Palin:

1. Sarah Palin Videos
Free videos of Governor Sarah Palin
looking very hot at Break.com.
break.com/sarah-palin
 
  by: Ben_Reilly     05/20/2010 07:28 AM     
  i recycle  
  
its something my mother instilled in me from a very very young age. the apartment complex i live in has no current recycling program, but I feel so guilty when I dont recycle, that I have been saving the recyclables and taking them to my folks house to be recycled there.
 
  by: hash slinger   05/21/2010 07:46 PM     
  @crayola  
  
No, the proper way to anger a liberal is show how much they are just like republicans in regard to how they view the american people.

Here´s a little joke:

What is the proper term for bi-partisanship?

Double Penetration.
 
  by: moxpearl   05/22/2010 06:58 AM     
  it´s a shame  
  
some appartement buildings around here DO NOT offer recycling!! it´s just crazy! it gets me mad...the worst thing, both buildings on either side have it...so I just keep my stuff until it´s recycling day and dump it in their bins..muahahaha!
 
  by: pas content   05/29/2010 07:19 AM     
  Yes!  
  
When ever possible.
 
  by: captainJane     09/22/2010 02:37 AM     
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