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January 15, 2019


I am relieved your wife is likely to keep your current Chevy Volt for "quite a few years". It seems to me the production of all these vehicles you go through puts a greater strain on the environment than staying with one car for a long time.

Reservation is conservation.

Less production
equals less environmental destruction.

If the factories ain't churnin',
less fuel they'll be burnin' .

The more we produce,
the more we tighten the environmental noose.

Instead of consuming more goods,
why not return to living in the woods?

All this stuff.
At what point do we say "enough" ?

I could go on but indeed,
enough is enough.

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