California Slobs Show The Whole World How To Protect The Environment!

vermin supreme“10,000 pounds of garbage strewn all over the eastern part of Golden Gate Park  known as Hippie Hill…more than $10,000 in costs for city crews to clean up the mess…city does not provide any additional garbage cans or portable toilets for the event…the aftermath was a mess. There was so much garbage, you’d swear we’d just had Woodstock.”

This how the SF Gate here describes the scene left behind by those celebrating 420 Day. For sure most of these people are real California environmentalists who insist we take better care of the planet, get on our bicycles, stop emitting climate-killing CO2, and end our use of plastic bags.

Boy, we sure could learn a lot about protecting the environment from these progressive minds, couldn’t we? View the photos here.


I don’t mind young people having fun outside on warm day. But these slobs really should learn to clean up after themselves, and they are the very last people who should tell us how to care for the planet.

You gotta wonder what kind of upbringing these pigs had. These environmentalists are the same no matter what social-economic level you look at. Al Gore for example taxis all over the world in his private jet, and then demands we clean up after him. Most big enviro-kooks are like that.

Brian Sussmann brings us a 2013 Earth Day video about “environmental experts” who think they can preach the rest of the world how to run societies and how to live.

Again I’ve got nothing against these people doing what they do. But they are the last ones to tell us how to run the planet.

First sober up, clean up your own pig sty, take a shower, and then maybe we’ll listen to you and your ideas to make the world a better place.

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Photo “Vermin Supreme” (a.k.a. rubber-boot-head): Marc Nozell, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.


2 responses to “California Slobs Show The Whole World How To Protect The Environment!”

  1. Ric Werme

    I was in college during the first Earth Day. People set up tents for various touch-feely events, I bought a copy of the Whole Earth Catalog that I still have, and all was full good will and saving the planet from evil people.

    Then a squall line came through, first with blast of wind that flattened all the tents and blew paper all over the area, then thunderstorms that saturated the ground.

    After things settled down, trucks drove onto the grass to pack up the tents and stuff left ruts in the softened soil.

    I’ve never been a big fan of Earth Day since then, figuring if Mother Nature wasn’t impressed, that good enough for me.

  2. Ike

    at 1:33 min…read the sign behind the guy “reduce solid waste” haha

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