Much has been said about how we can be more environmentally conscious. I have realized that I could buy a Hummer to drive down the hall to my kitchen every morning and still have a smaller carbon footprint than most.
I have done this by conserving my eggs. As a childless person, I have done more than my part to conserve our resources. And not just because of the lack of used disposable diapers, no, but because your children, and someday their children's children, will be out there warming the globe.
Even if you live off the grid and feed your babies raw hemp my carbon footprint is still petite in comparison to the generations of progeny you will have: greens-chewing, clothes-wearing, resource-suckers that they are and will ever be.
So, sure, tell me you drive an electric car, not for your children's generation, but for your children's children's generation. But ha! Bow to me! My lack of grandkids just makes that much more water and food for your grandkids to consume.
So. I'm going to eat a baby seal for dinner tonight.