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November 8, 2012 · 9:55 am

UPDATE: Not-So-Free “Prosecute BP” Bumper Sticker

UPDATE: According to Ellen (on the Comments page linked below), here’s what happened to her:

I sent $2 for several bumper stickers. After a month I received one. They are very small. And I couldn’t get the back off without tearing it up.
And they do not say Prosecute BP.
Very misleading. Even if their heart is in the right place, the product SUCKS and I want my $ back.

So…you may not want to go with this company, and in fact might want to just create your own stickers. I think there’s a sticker-kit you can buy from Office Depot, I think. (I tried to check this myself, but I can’t seem to bring up their webpage at the moment. And Office Max didn’t have that kit.)

It’s up to you whether to get the sticker below, create your own, or just kick back, play some Uno, and wait for someone else to fix the problem. Hey, they capped the thing today (supposedly), thankfully before anything really bad happened. Like a destroyed eco-system in the Gulf of Mexico. Nah, not bad at all. Forget this post, move on with your lives.

(Original Post is below…)

Don't forget to boycot BP & Exxon for their lousy clean-up efforts over the years.

Want a free “Prosecute BP” bumper sticker? Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Sticker Robot / Prosecute
PO Box 1189
Woodacre, CA.
94973-1189
(subject to availability).

via Sticker Robot

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Plastic Minestrone in the Atlantic Ocean

I’d be really surprised if this YouTube link is active when this finally posts, but I highly recommend looking for this story on ABC.com if it doesn’t. We need some aquatic Wall-E robots, bio-degradable plastic, and a drastic change in trash-habits, not in that order.

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