Making Room for the REAL Criminals

Posted on March 12, 2014 4:00 pm

Since Gov. Jerry Brown assumed office, a record number of inmates with life sentences are winning parole.

Pretty soon the only people who’ll be left behind bars are folks who didn’t separate their recyclables.

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5 Responses to “Making Room for the REAL Criminals”

  1. AT says:

    Boy… you want an issue that torques me off…

    I intentionally refuse to recycle. My stance on the subject is: if you care about recycling, then it’s on you to recycle. Unless you’re paying me for it (and no, a tax credit doesn’t count) and I choose to accept the work, it’s not my job to do something you care about and I don’t. If someone has a problem with my garbage – hey, it’s in the dumpster. Go for it. Recycle your bleeding heart out (fyi, I purposefully smash the glass bottles). Same goes for the length of my shower, the power of my toilet, how high I want to run my AC, what kind of light bulb I want to use, or my decision to pave over a piece of land I own that happens to have a swamp or an endangered stink gecko on it.

    It’s BS anyway. Only recycling that makes any kind of difference is aluminum. Environmentalism is a f*cking cult, and nothing pisses me off more than being forced to be a part of it.

    I burn a block of styrofoam every Earth Day. Why? Because screw the environmentalists.

  2. zzyzx says:

    Sounds like AT needs a session in room 101.

  3. Oppo says:

    Why don’t they have Earth Day in the middle of winter and turn off their heat to save energy?

    They like what coal-fired electricity provides?

    So do I.

    … Consensus.

  4. Zaklog the Great says:

    You joke, zzyzx, but it increasingly seems we’re headed that way. It’s not as bad on environmentalism yet, but man, if you believe that a marriage is a man and a woman, you might have to be referred for “therapy”. Once people are sufficiently numbed to leftist tyranny, they’ll give up all pretense and start calling it re-education.

  5. Wombat says:

    The recycling cult bugs me (I used to celebrate Earth Day by cutting down a tree), but parole board decisions make me froth at the mouth. Life should mean life. I think parole boards should be required to live in special communities and that every offender they parole should live in those communities with them. It might make them more careful; failing that, it would make it more likely they would live and/or die with the results of their decisions.

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