Worldwide Protest Against Monsanto
Activists around the world are gearing up for a weekend of rallies to protest Monsanto, the biotechnology giant accused of genetically engineering agriculture and food while turning a blind eye to their potentially deadly health ramifications.
Organized by the ‘March Against Monsanto’ movement, an estimated 200,000 activists will participate in the massive campaign spanning six continents, 40 nations, and at least 48 US states.
Angered by the lack of action from governments on the issue, activists in hundreds of cities – including New York, Chicago, Montreal, Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Moscow and Melbourne – will stage coordinated protests against Monsanto and demand a ban on Genetically Engineered and Genetically Modified Organisms (GE/GMOs).
How glorious is this?! Upcycling at its finest…
ghetto a/c? yup. did this. in college. in fact it was this sort of problem-solving shit that led to my great success today. ok, well maybe not. we didn’t think to use a container—just slit an opening, hooked the entire bag of ice to the top of one of those huge, metal 1960’s-style floor and window fans that sound like a jet plane taking off, then later argued over who was gonna’ mop up the mess. but here’s one thing for sure—it works. as long as you are willing to sit very still (exerting energy of any kind voids the entire deal), drink loads of cold stuff, and not leave the room it is going in, that shit is just like the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Conrad Bali. just like it.
sfux: i feel like people who eat breakfast really have their lives together
notforpublicconsumption: No. They eat breakfast because their anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds say, *Take with food*.