CUT YOUR LAUNDRY BILL IN HALF !!!

CUT YOUR LAUNDRY BILL IN HALF !!!

>USE THE GREEN EAGLE STOMP LAUNDRY SYSTEM

                            SAVE ENERGY, SAVE TIME

 >>>LET MOTHER NATURE DRY YOUR UNDIES.

=THE GREEN EAGLE STOMP LAUNDRY SYSTEM (GESLS), (kept secret up to now) will allow you to cut your laundry bill in half, save time and energy.  The GESLS consists of washing a few underclothes, shirts, socks in the bathtub every time you take a shower. We assume you take showers more frequently than you take your dirty laundry to the laundromat/dryer.

=All you need for the GESLS is a bit of soap and  a  flat-bottom plastic  rectangularStomp Container    roughly  1 to1.5-feet  wide with a height of 6 to10-inches.

=Before you turn on the shower, place your slightly soiled clothes in the Stomp Container.  Add hot water and soap.   While you take your shower allow water to flow into the Stomp Container and stomp on the wash.  Water alone  should remove about 80% of the dirt in your under wear and shirts.   Soap will reduce most of the rest. Spots and stains should be handled separately.

=Dry your undies and socks by twisting/squeezing, then hanging  them to dry assisted by Mother Nature instead of Con Edison.

Try  stomping with GESLS : save $$, time and energy.  ###

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CONTACT :   ‘GESLS’  at  >>>     mail@greeneagle.org

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Something Really New to Worry About

ecological-fantasiesBy

The belief of many that the environmental impact of new chemicals and processes be studied before being reWired into the environment is commendable in theory. But more than a million products now result from man’s activities. There are at least two million species of fauna and flora on the’ earth. Assuming that a team of biologists can assess the environmental impact of a man‐made product on a species in one‐year’s time, it would require some two trillion biologistperson years to complete this worthy evaluation.

New ideas and new products are delicate things. One consequence of unrestrained precautionary study of possible environmental hazards of new ideas will be to kill most of them before they are born. No child, no idea is born into this world without the possibility of causing harm as it grows older. Shall we then abort all birth and all innovation for fear of possible environmental damage? That is what some environmentalists would have us do, but such a tack would lead society down the road to sterility.

Civilization has resulted in worldwide conglomerations of large cities and increasingly efficient farms linked together by ships, trains, cars and planes. This is the ecosystem of man in the last third of the twentieth century, and it appears stable except for devastating eruptions of nature or international war. No one can predict the future: one can merely indicate what man may do to try to insure the survival of his kind.

The prospect of catastrophe is nothing new to human societies: the Black Plague killed 75 million people and obliterated entire inhabited areas during the fourteenth century; the famine of 1878 killed 22 million peasants in China; the atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima wiped out 200;000 lives in a few hours; destruction of topsoil and forests by overgrazing and overfarming and overcutting have caused thousands of societies and hundreds of millions of people to starve or migrate.

From now on man will live in rapidly changing world in which technology brings comforts and longer life to more and more people. But it will be a world always under the cloud of great potential accidents such as nuclear holocausts, new virulent epidemics, and unpredictable global weather changes. It will be a tolerable world, in many ways more pleasant than the world lived in by our fathers. In the world of the next 200 years, governments will have to work together to manage social institutions and natural resources. And those few persons given to thought will continue thinking while the vast majority of mankind will continue to live intuitively—as has always been the case. It should be a world worth living in.

September 29, 1973, Page 31
The New York Times Archives

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The GOOD LUCK PARTY ENTERS RACE for U.S. PRESIDENT

 

 

 ‘Given the buffoons and odd balls running for U.S. president,

we see an opening for a better choice,’ said Frida Agnos, Secretary General of the U.S. GOOD LUCK PARTY. 

 

College activists and progressives around the country are forming GLP cells to run candidates for state and federal offices.

 

“We aim to spread good luck to all Americans who subscribe to our motto: There is no substitute for luck!,” Frida said.

 

GLP political philosophy is based on the truth that most billionaires are excessively rich because they happened to be in the right place at the right time; for example: the Saudi Arab sheiks, the Walton widows, Bill Gates, and Donald ‘punch ‘em in the eye’ Trump…A just government should spread the idle money (luck) around to help create good jobs, good schools and healthcare for its citizens. 

 

Join the crowd in singing the GLP marching song:

THE GOOD LUCK PARTY is the party for me,

to put our wealth where it ought to be.

Borrow idle buckies from the rich luckies

to make jobs for all – that’s prosperity.

Let’s put our money where it should be,

Join the U.S. G.L.P.  ###  

 

See and hear video JOIN THE GOOD LUCK PARTY on YouTube. https://youtu.be/AD7X4uauz0c 

More on the album ‘NO JOB, NO BREAD? SING A JOLLY SONG’

download at CDBaby, iTunes, and Spotify.

 

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Contact:  Frida, GLP  via  thegoodluckpartyusa@gmail.com .

 

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