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Today, I Buried a Quart of Oil

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The Revolution goes on.


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I put it in the ground.

Burial by Allan Wayne

It was a random act of kindness for Mother Earth.

It costs five dollars. If it lasts a hundred years, it could be worth thousands.

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After they drain the last drop from the Earth, it could be priceless.

Or I could leave it forever. The Earth deserves it.

It is a small act, but a revolutionary act.
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Rest in Peace by Allan Wayne

Tomorrow, I may bury a bottle of water.


Conceived on west coast,born on east coast,returned to northwest spawning grounds. Never far from water. Degree in biology, minor: socio/psychology. Nature-oriented. Building trades,marine carpentry, Army Veteran, ex-social worker, ex-tavern (more...)

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But it seemed like the right thing to do.... by Allan Wayne on Monday, Oct 1, 2012 at 12:33:42 PM
!!!Fantastic!!!... by Kevin Tully on Tuesday, Oct 2, 2012 at 8:58:24 PM