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Encouraging North Americans to Pollute Less, Consume Fewer Resources, and Use Less Energy since 2007.

(Better Late Than Never).
 
 

 

 

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Size: 10" x 3", (approximately 25cm by 7.5cm), pretty regular bumper sticker size.

Price: US$3.95 plus $1.00 shipping in continental USA;

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The stickers are made from the finest synthetic (polypropylene or polyester) materials. The manufacturer uses automotive-grade color pigments that are heat-fused onto the material, so the image is resistant to weather, carwashes, etc. The stickers are flexible, easy to apply, and seem to last pretty long based on the stickers on my car. Please don`t give a sticker to someone who does not really want one. Please do not put it on anything that will get tossed aside soon. Stickers make only sense if the message is seen (and hopefully understood) by many over a long time.

 

 

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Earth Has A Fever - Humans Are the Disease

The American Dream - Ecological Nightmare?

Dont Forget Your Feces Is Food For Another Species

Eat More Organic- Pollute Less

Go Pollute Your Own Planet!

 

I Pollute LEss Than You!

 

Keep Two!

Provoke To Think - Encourage to Change

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Poor People Pollute Less

 

The Less You Buy

Vegetarians Pollute Less

 

You Do not Need It!

 

Know what you can do

If it is Easy to Do

Feed People - Not Cars!

Climate Change Is Possible - Doing Nothing Is Foolish

Save Energy - Fart Indoors!

Do the World A Favor

Percieved Obsolesence

Other thought-provoking topics:

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Life After Death - You Won't Be Disappointed

 

The Earlier You Die The Longer You Are Dead

Don`t Open Mind Too Far -

 

Sure, Why Not- Afterall It's Only Cheese

Divide Your Cabbage Into Thirds

Chew Your Lentils On the Right-Side Of Your Mouth

 

Toot If You Eat Beans

Trophy Hunting: The Killing Of the Fittest

 

 

 

 

Authors and Copyright: Karsten Weiss & Gary Vear, 2008

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