That’s because I had the feeling you were doing something between very little and nothing at all–which you are. That’s why I explained each point.
And excuses help the environment, how? My point was that he seems to be doing more than you are, yet you’re the one here calling people out.
It was crystal clear and made perfect sense. I’ll slowly walk you through it:
First, I said, “And car choice alone means nothing.”
Still with me? Next, I asked you a question (note the “?” at the end): “How many miles are you driving?”
See where this is going? Then, I said, “A 40 mile trip in a Prius does more damage than a 5 mile trip in a Hummer.”
You were quick to mention your MPG, but failed to mention how many miles you’re driving it.
I guess I’d be helping the cause if I bought a 50 mpg car and let it idle in the driveway around the clock? No? Why not? Gee… could it be because vehicle usage is directly tied in with MPG, like in my example that you don’t seem to understand?
I can see that you don’t care. It explains why you are doing next to nothing for a cause you’re claiming to care about.
I’ll ask again: Is your name John Travolta?
You signed up here to be all preachy about something you seem to care very little about. It has about the same impact as a priest telling you you’re going to hell… hours before he’s arrested for child molesting.
But keep telling me that I’m the troll and how you don’t care. If that doesn’t save the planet, I don’t know what will!
It’s funny that you come here and call what they do a gimmick, but have a problem being called out yourself. Since the gimmick company is doing more than you, what does that make you?
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