Island Annie wrote:
That shot is the funniest thing. He looks like a dream sequence about visiting heaven from a bad 70s sitcom. The unfinished paint job behind him adds just the perfect "I must be dreaming" touch. He needs a trumpet and some wings. Plastic, of course.
I don't have a vote, but I hope the ban passes.
Isn't wearing a white jacket after Labor Day considered a fashion faux pas?
Leeland you are full of crap!
You are leaving out the tons of pollution caused in the manufacturing of plastic bags.
Biodegradable is a myth.
Many of us had no plastic bags growing up and we our parents and grandparents survived.
Bob Whynot is what is wrong with Glosta.
We need to look forward not backwards.
You ate clearly out of touch with the 2ist century.
If Melissa Cox reports to the CC the results of the survey in the lead post (jack22) it should be noted that anyone can vote as many times as they want!
Paper bags come from toxic paper mills.
Cloth bags are a good option provided the consumer constantly washes the bag after each use. A contaminated cloth bag could send someone to the ER.
Plastic bags are petroleum based but it is FAR MORE LOOKING FORWARD to realize that gas at the pump is cheap. Too cheap.
Rather than go after the use of plastic, bags - a MUCH larger waste of petroleum is at the gas pump. Why should we TODAY pay less at the pump than 45 years ago when it was 35¢ a gallon
We should look forward to a future of solar, wind and improved battery storage.
Going after plastic bag usage is trivial.