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(NPR)   Sorry, hippie, but that "certified sustainable" seafood you're spending twice as much to buy at the grocery store is no better for the planet than any other seafood. In fact, it might be worse   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, Carrie Brownstein, global ocean, ranking system, Filet-O-Fish, Marine Stewardship Council, sustainable seafood, Pew Environment Group, World Wildlife Fund  
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2013-02-11 09:30:51 PM  
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2013-02-11 09:26:53 PM  
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Well, food that comes from the sea is grody.

I pee in the sea when I swim there, and so do you. Then you go eat it.
2013-02-11 09:41:25 PM  
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rankled: From the article:

"...almost 80 percent of the people who eat seafood regularly said it is "important" or "very important" that their seafood is sustainably caught."

So 80% of people are hippies, submitter? That's a strange definition.

No, 80% of people who eat seafood regularly are hippies.
2013-02-11 09:29:18 PM  
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Huggermugger: If conservatives had their way food labeling would be illegal, and we'd still be buying bread that was 15% sawdust.

Making up stuff is fun.  I do it sometimes, to pass the time.
2013-02-11 08:32:21 PM  
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I first heard the word "greenwashing" when I was at a friend's wedding in Northern California years ago.

I thought it was rather clever, the fact that I told them so and they thanked me with a bag of organic peaches and herb the size of Guam is another story which quite frankly, I would rather not discuss.
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