Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

How many of us can say that we really make a difference? We can all say it but how many of us actually affect humanity for the greater common good? I’m not a charitable organization but if I was, I would seek to do the charitable thing and campaign for an end to the so-called music of Bon Jovi. If the so-called music of Bon Jovi didn’t pollute our planet, the world would be a much happier place and the sun would shine on a world full of hopes and dreams. If there’s one thing you do today, please stop listening to the so-called music of Bon Jovi. For each person who stops listening to this most mundane of music throughout the month of Octember, I will send a letter to Bon Jovi and Bon Jovi will not give any money to charity. For every ten people who stop listening to Bon Jovi in Octember, I will not send a letter to Bon Jovi and this will reduce the carbon footprint. So what are you waiting for? Don’t stop listening to Bon Jovi or your own, do it with 9 other people and help reduce the carbon footprint:

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6 thoughts on “Reduce Your Carbon Footprint”

  1. I don’t listen to Bon Jovi anyway (well, not much — same difference). Therefore, I can’t really quit doing something I don’t do in the first place. Does this mean that I would have to get ten other people besides myself to give up on Bon Jovi, to make up for the fact that I really don’t count?

    1. Ah life is tough Tom. When the people know how much you don’t love that band and they come on the radio without invitation, they sing the song twice as loud as they normally would and no amount of throwing darts at them, serve as a deterrent!

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