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Saturday, January 05, 2013

January 5.

Six Word Saturday:

~ When we throw away, where's away? ~

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Bright colored plastics, nylon rope, stuff that does not belong in nature. In this case, dumped in the ocean from a boat, then washed ashore during the last storm. Littering and polluting our coastline, visually and environmentally. 


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8 comments:

Wayne W Smith said...

A rather grammatically confusing post but is carrying an important message nonetheless.

Dana said...

So true. We all need to be more conscious of what we're doing.

Ebony Haywood said...

Good question. Sheesh, seeing all that yucky trash certainly makes you think twice, doesn't it?

retired not tired said...

It has amazed me what people will throw away instead of putting it in a trash container. I also peeved by the pooper people who don't scoop.

Hilary said...

very thought provoking!

Karen S. said...

Wow, that's so sad.

HeY J said...

That is horrible, I was all ahhh I love her heading on this blog (I am a stone junky-ROCKS I love rocks LOL)
and then I seen the trash and got immediately sad I hate littering it is a thing with me I always tell the kids "what if every person throws just ONE piece of something down it would completely cover the whole area" and here it is true yuk! happy SWS though!

Lizze said...

You make a very good point, where is *away*? This is why we (my family) recycles everything we can and we make sure to cut the 6-pack rings, sqaush plastic yogurt cups (so little animals can't get stuck inside) etc. There are still so many who just throw things out the winds of their cars, leave their trash on the beaches and parks etc. Very sad but very poignant six words. Happy 6WS! :-)