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08/26/2009

Video: And we bet they didn't even recycle

by Jeremy Hooper

-Packaging air and shipping it to your next door neighbor along a route that traverses the entire globe before it finally hits their mailbox.

-Boxing yourself in as a way to keep the swine flu out.

-Working years to get out of homelessness and finally purchasing your dream house with your dream bed, only to then place a refrigerator-sized one on top of that perfect bed and to sleep inside of it so as to not get too out of touch with your past.

-Stuffing it with items that you'll personally hand over to Bernie Madoff the next time he comes over for a dinner part.

-Consuming it for dinner

-Throwing out the Wii that was inside and just giving your children the empty packaging instead.

All of the above activities would be better uses for cardboard boxes than the one documented in this month-old-but-just-posted YouTube video:


A Remarkable 100,000 Signatures for the People's Video: Part Four [YT]

Ooh, ooh we thought of one more:

-Setting aside a box marked "Things we will donate for our exhibit in the Museum of Positive Civil Rights History" and storing it in Stand For Marriage Maine's office.

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Your thoughts

Right up there with the people who videotape themselves kicking kittens and beating small children.

Posted by: Buffy | Aug 26, 2009 11:50:28 PM

I'm so glad that here in RI we can't put items on the ballot. That's only done by our elected representatives.

But then if we could only get some movement on marriage equality it'd be all the better.

Posted by: Tony P | Aug 27, 2009 1:10:33 AM

Protecting marriage? Justifying bigotry more like.

Posted by: Isobel Connell | Aug 27, 2009 3:23:03 AM

It's a Box Full of Bigotry.

Posted by: Bill S | Aug 27, 2009 9:06:14 PM

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