dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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"Will there be anything left for me?"

As we know, Lynn has a love of heavy-handed moralizing about the waste and folly of those who seem to be put on this Earth to foul the nest for future generations. While I don't want to get into a big, loud and stupid debate about it, what I do notice is that it does seem that I might have misjudged Lynn just a tad. For years, I thought that the "this house conserves water" sign on their shower was just a means of hijacking a cause to harass the Martian. It turns out that there's a mush-headed sort of idealism behind it all....which, as always, makes things somewhat worse.
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