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Tony

Conscientious Consumption is like religion: "If I pray everyday then there's a good chance that I'll go to heaven -- I'm doing a good thing." So as "I'll drive an electric car, eat organic foods and use long-life light bulbs -- I've done my share for the planet. Now the guilt is off my mind."

I don't know what everybody does in their career. But I know few of us feel we can really change the way a business is run. So we do what we can at home, in our private lives. If only more people/companies can set to make the changes on the business end, and then we won't worry so much on the consumer end.

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Do people really think that that really? Do people out there believe that is they do a few 'good green' things then they can chage the world??

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And this is why they have no ideas. Their one real idea, that they born with whips and spurs so that they should ride the rest of us who were born with saddles and halters, has proved as vain as the divine right of kings. All the left has left is the gall-bitter knowledge of defeat and a purblind hatred of the Jews and the United States.

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Leo DiCaprio driving a Toyota Prius????? is it true?? I cannot believe it, I guess DiCaprio drives a Mercedes-Benz,or a BMW, so I think that it is really crazy!22dd

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Has read all in detail, excellent blog! If only more people/companies can set to make the changes on the business end, and then we won't worry so much on the consumer end.

Camarad

What an excellent blog! Their one real idea, that they born with whips and spurs so that they should ride the rest of us who were born with saddles and halters, has proved as vain as the divine right of kings. All the left has left is the gall-bitter knowledge of defeat and a purblind hatred of the Jews and the United States.

Kristen Stewart

What remarkable post! When I was in business school I took a class in business ethics. The assigned text was the shortest book in the curriculum and most of the students enjoyed the class because ethics was an easy target for young capitalists with bottom-line thinking.

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