Tue, 30 Sep 2003
Subject: keep up the good work!
I read an article about your tickets in Raleigh, NC's News
and Observer this morning and I am thrilled to hear that your
activism is stirring strong opinions. That means it's working!
I was driving through my neighborhood yesterday and saw a
man (ONE person) driving a huge Hummer H2. I felt such frustration
that he would choose that earth-unfriendly car over a smaller
one that can do the same job of getting him from one place
to another. I plan on ordering some tickets and starting my
own anti-SUV activism here in Raleigh. Thanks for this opportunity!!
Thu, 2 Oct 2003
Subject: Waste of time
You all need to get a life. You will never make a difference
in what people drive and even if you did you will be long
gone before you see any effect on the environment from any
change that does arise. You are all a bunch of morons with
too much time on your hands. I do not even own an SUV and
I want to kick your ass. So from now on if I see any of you
tree hugging hippies in any parking lot I am going to kick
Thursday, September 25
that wonderful article in the Boston Globe about you and I
think its just great! Dont let those common polluting
thugs intimidate you! They are the ones who are assaulting
our environment and should be ashamed! We may not be able
to reach everyone on this, but at least many have heard and
will do something about it. There are thousands of us who
agree that when we pollute, we pollute our own nest as well.
Kudos and thanks for your heroic efforts. I cant believe
you are out there doing this. Watch yourself though. There
are the ditto half-brain fans of Rush Limbaugh
who listen to his preaching against the environment (along
with this vicious administration). Half the road rage is probably
due to this inflammatory language. Limbaugh should be off
the air for his anti-American stance against our environment
anyway!! Robert Redford and many others would be very proud
of you and thankful for what youre doing!! KUDOS!!
Sat, 13 Sep 2003
Subject: (no subject)
I only wish I would have caught the A-HOLE who put the violation
on my H-2 I
would have made him very very sorry. I would be willing to
bet he would never
put anything on someone's car again.
Date: August 10, 2003
i cant tell
you how much i appriciate what you are doing - i live in Ingleside
Illinois and commute daily to chicago - i own a small cavalier
because its good on gas - i grow tired of being rundown on the
roads by big suvs and trucks that do nothing but hog gas and
pollute the environment.
Date: August 11, 2003
Why don't you come to detroit and try to put
those tickets on SUVs??? You will get shot!!!! Those SUVs give
me a job here in detroit you (bleep). What do you drive a rice
burner. You are trying to put me out of work as far as I am
concerned so go (bleep) your self tree huggers.
Proud SUV Owner........
Keep up the good work!
Date: July 14, 2003
To all the hard workers at Earth On Empty: I was very pleased
to hear on TV about your group and the peaceful awareness
campaigns it has taken on against the SUV world. It is nice
to know I am not the only one troubled by the health and environmental
problems caused or exacerbated by the SUV craze and what it
says about contemporary American values. It is also interesting
to read what some people have said about your campaigns, especially
the negative comments. These responses appear to be primarily
driven by out-of-control emotions and reveal a shocking lack
of understanding of your message and naive, reactionary assumptions
about the people behind it. This is all the more surprising
considering that with the cost to purchase and maintain an
SUV, one would presumably have to be pretty successful in
the professional world, and therefore presumably somewhat
intelligent and mature also, to be able to afford one. Apparently,
this intuition is incorrect.
Kudos to your continuing efforts,A concerned citizen &
Upstate New York
Date: August 4, 2003
Think how stupid you're going to feel when you graduate college
with a degree in anti-American literature with a minor in fascist
American political theory and you have to get a job in the real
world . The Ted Kaczynski survival shack isn't going to cut.
You'll have to get a real place with a car in order to drive
to work. It'll take you 50 trips just to move your futon and
energy burning computer equipment to Washington D.C. for your
new job at Gore's campaign headquarters (bad career move). You'll
do even more damage to the environment driving your roller skate
between your new digs and your parent's home than that monster
rent-a-van your parents packed full of your Che posters to give
you a ride home at the end of the semester. Like all good religious
hypocrites you will eventually buy an SUV yourself and justify
your purchase of inefficient transportation while maintaining
a smug superiority over the common people who don't have an
excuse as good as yours to buy such transportation. Hopefully
at that point your hypocrisy will crush your ability to rationalize
and you will rejoin the world of sanity. When the brainwashing
loosens its grip, you'll realize what a stupid chump sucker
you were and how you paid tens of thousands of dollars to a
PC university that uncritically spoon fed you the unscientific
ramblings of environmental extremists. And how your only qualified
to be a meter maid now. How do I know this? I can read your
mind, just like you did when you put that impolite, elitist
ticket on my vehicle and assumed you knew everything about me.
Now get back to work in your SUV to pay off those student loans
-- there are more conformist envirozombies the schools need
Date: July 9, 2003
Dear Madams and Sirs
I'm a student of geography in Switzerland ('Old' Europe as
Dubya calls it). I just saw a TV documentary on an Austrian
TV Channel about "Ticketing SUVs". It starred JD
Tagger. I just wanted to express my appreciation for your
taking action. From the perspective of global warming as well
as of the growing number of lung deseases in some industrial
countries I'm very concerned about the SUV problem in the
USA as well as the growing SUV hype in Europa. It would be
best if the USA adopted some law that would restrict gasoline
consumption of cars; such laws exist in several countries.
This would force car manufacturers to change their mind. I
don't know wether this idea is realistic in any way. But I
hope your actions will soon be successful - by what means
My appreciation and greetings
July 20, 2003
you are doing far more damage to the enviornment by polluting
the cities with your tickets by killing trees you are taking
our oxygen away from us you liberal slobs will never get it
humans are a drop in the bucket mother nature can wipe us
clean like a student cleans a chalk board. our supposed dumping
and polution by using fossil fuels is a joke and you know
it right now oil fields once reported to be hi and dry are
now slowly filling once again oild as you will find out is
a substance that repatriates it self but you dont report that
because it damages your socialistic agenda. As you read this
email the electric you use to power your p.c where do you
get electricity from diesel batteries are re powered by hey
deisel , at the end of the day it all comes back to fossil
fools but again you dont report that because it will destroy
your liberal socialistic stalinist agenda. you people are
swine and slime and my trucks run 24 7 baby deisel all day
the silent majority is speaking
viva la revolution the conservatives will rise
Date: June 18, 2003
about your campaign in the UKs Ethical Consumer Magazine -
we need something like this in the UK - any suggestions ?
June 23, 2003
when you think the bleeding heart liberals have done it all,
I find one of your obnoxious "violations" on the windshield
of my SUV.
Just a couple of thoughts for you - 1) If your group is so committed
to environmental causes, then why are you killing so many trees
to print your worthless propaganda on? Nowhere did I see the
"printed on 100% recycled paper symbol". Do you really
believe that paper mills produce no industrial waste during
their manufacturing processes? Maybe your group's focus would
be better served by contributing funds to alternate fuel source
research, rather than printing tickets that will most likely
end up occupying precious space in landfills - (I suppose that
is an issue as well). 2) I have a sneaking suspicion that the
vast majority of your long-haired, Birkenstock wearing, left-wing
members can only dream of affording a high-end SUV. (Could jealousy
be a motivating factor? - No I don't think so. I believe that
your misguided intentions can most likely be attributed to your
brain being warped by the incessant droning of the likes of
Clinton/Gore while consuming your dolphin free tuna).
Get a life you pinkos.....
Date: June 30, 2003
FINALLY something I want to put on the Hummers and oversized
guzzlers. I have felt helpless-- My dirty looks cannot penetrate
through the windshield of my humble honda. My friend just
handed me this fabulous piece. It's great. I have shown it
to friends and they having eagerly noted your e-dress. I would
love to slip this on the windshield of those arrogant car
How can I get some?
Don't touch my truck!!!
I really couldn't care less about your stupid group. I think
you people have way too much free time on your hands to be putting
tickets on SUV's. You people are obnoxious, and if I ever see
any of your people touching my truck I will have them arrested
Thanks for coming to my neighborhood in Portland, Maine,
and "ticketing" SUVs on May 15. I've lived in
Maine all my life. I ski, snowshoe, hike, and camp in remote
areas -- plus for five years, I had a job that required
me to commute 100
miles round-trip each day! (Not on an interstate, either.)
So it makes me laugh when someone from Pennsylvania says
"the various snow fall we get here in the NE often
requires a 4wd vehicle." Get real! I drove a Mercury
Sable 100 miles a day on a two-lane road that wasn't plowed
very well. Guess who I saw in a ditch half the time during
snowstorms? You got it, SUV drivers who thought having "a
4wd vehicle" gave them magic powers to drive 70 mph
during a northeaster without going off the road. Now I walk
to work. I can, 'cause I live only a mile away. And I drive
a '93 Toyota Camry that gets 28 miles to the gallon.
I'm single, which means people who drive SUVs and have kids
can feel free to tell me I don't know what it's like to
live in the real world of hauling kids around. Ever heard
of a station wagon? My dad had a Chevy station wagon when
we were kids, and somehow he managed to get us kids where
we needed to go.
And by the way, Dad's NOT a hippie pinko "narrow-minded,
self-serving, over-educated socialist" like his kid.
He's a Navy veteran who grew up in Louisiana and voted for
Reagan and George Bush Sr. twice. AND he raised his kids
to give a damn about the people who will be around when
we're long gone. So we're not going to use up all the natural
resources on ourselves -- we're going to save something
for the generations to come.
Nut Cases !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Patchouli fumes must be getting strong. Ever since Jerry
Garcia died and the Dead stopped touring, you smelly, unkempt,
dirty, and outdated Dylan admiring freaks have lost your guiding
force and are taking on silly little (dramatic) crusades that
are intended to harrass us; the hard working Americans that
pour so much of our hard earned cash into social programs that
support you and your "nature queer" peers and their
lives. Try this, you leftist leftovers. The next time that you
the Malls and shopping centers here in New Hampshire, try looking
at the "HELP WANTED" signs that appear all over. Apply
to one or two and perhaps you may actually get a job that means
something. (By the way, try driving a Ford Expedition. They
really are fun.)
While trying to squeeze my Honda Accord into a "compact"
parking spot at the Westside Pavilion (in West Los Angeles)
over the weekend I encountered much frustration and difficulty
in parking my car because I had to sandwich it in
between two SUVs. (a Lincoln Navigator and a Cadilac Escalade).
OK, I felt some guilt with my four-door Honda which is technically
not a "compact" ... but I was compact compared to
the two SUVs... Much to my enjoyment, the
SUV's next to me were ticketed with bright orange Violation
Tickets. Being slightly nosey, I read a part of the ticket,
jotted down the URL and it lead me here... Now I believe that
SUV's should receive the "PETA" treatment that fur
got in the '90's...a splash of red paint to embarrass, shame
and deter the user. (But my mind wanders in to troubling and
aggressive areas after watching mainstream media network news...)
Fortunately now we have a more practical and appropriate way
to deal with SUVs, the Orange Violation Ticket! And they are
less likely to get me arrested. (However with Ashcroft running
things,I'm surprised I haven't already been cuffed for the
content of some of my emails...).
Thank you Earth on Empty.com., I've placed my order. As for
the negative responses on your site, they sure fit the stereotype
of the SUV driver; insecure, selfish, ignorant, bullying and
arrogant. (I've always equated an SUV driver with a small
penis, but I know the research isn't there to support my suspicions,
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003
I didn't think it was possible for the lifestyle police
to get any more obnoxious. But you found a way.
If you are serious about reducing fossil fuel consumption
and air pollution, you would be advocating replacing fossil
fuel electrical generating plants with nuclear plants.
BTW, this is America, if I want to keep my color TV on for
20 years, I damn well will.
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003
Here here to your efforts. I have watched
with amazement as Americans have flocked to SUVs in droves.
The sad thing is that it is simply a case of "keeping
up with the Joneses". If the guy next door has an Explorer,
then I'd better get a Navigator. But, really, I need it
because I have a lot of things to haul around. Of course,
most cars are quite capable of hauling around the things
that people move on a daily basis. Is a Suburban really
necessary to get a bag of groceries? C'mon, you people can
deny it all they want, but deep down they know they are
simply trying to impress the neighbors, which is pretty
pathetic. Also, one more point against the safety of SUVs.
That taller cargo area actually increases the danger because
people don't tie things down. So, when all that stuff that
is packed in the back and the vehicle is in an accident,
anything not tied down becomes a projectile that can kill
or injure just as effectively as a crushed roof or the impact
Another thing that should be pointed out to SUV drivers,
if you are trying to avoid the "stigma" (i.e.
that you actually care for your family and other people)
of driving a large sedan or minivan, well you haven't. Too
many suburbanites have bought SUVs to make them like anything
other than the station wagon of today. In other words, you
look stupid. Yes, I understand that there are some SUV owners
who actually use them, by which I mean they go off road.
Good for you, but for the other 99.9% of you save some money,
save some gas, and save some lives and just buy a car. Unless,
of course, you like driving on your roof.
what!You have got to be kidding me!
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003
Did you get tired of saving the whales, protecting the rain
forest, or marching for animal rights?
I drive a Nissan Maxima, but if I want to go out and buy
a tank that gets 2 gallons to the mile I will. This is still
America, we still have choices, right? I thought you people
were supposed to be tolerant. Oh that's right, you're only
tolerant if I agree with your left wing communist agenda.
Let me guess, you voted for Gore and were upset because
he got "the majority" vote and isn't president,
because after all, you believe that we live in a democracy
(mob rule) rather than the Constitutional Republic that
God fearing men such as Washington, Henry, Franklin, Adams,
and Jefferson designed.
Your heroes are people like Barney Frank, Barbara Boxer,
Hillary Clinton and Supreme Court Justices like Ginsberg
Have a great day, and keep off the sidewalk, because I'm
going to buy one of those Chevy Megatundras that take up
two lanes and suck gas.
Date: Sat, 08 Feb 2003
How does being against SUVs make one a socialist? Americans
planted victory gardens during World War II and gave up not
only luxuries but basic items of consumption so that we could
win the war. Did that make them socialists? We're in another
big war in which the fate of America is at stake. All that
people have to give up this time are the gas-guzzlers that
are a fueling terrorism, and trashing our environment at the
same time. It's not much to ask, and giving up gas-guzzlers
doesn't make you a socialist - it makes you a patriot.
It seems that every time people are asked to curb their consumption
for the greater good, the greediest among us respond by calling
the rest of us socialists. Contrary to the accusations, however,
we believe this is a free country, and it's your choice whether
or not you want to keep America safe.
Call us communists, socialists, satanists or whatever other
nonsense makes you feel justified in your gluttony, but the
fact remains that we're the ones who take patriotism beyond
flag waving and actually make sacrifices to protect our democracy.
what!You have got to be kidding me!
Date: January 3, 2003
Did you get tired of saving the whales, protecting the rain
forest, or marching for animal rights?
I drive a Nissan Maxima, but if I want to go out and buy a
tank that gets 2 gallons to the mile I will. This is still
America, we still have choices, right?
I thought you people were supposed to be tolerant. Oh that's
right, you're only tolerant if I agree with your left wing
communist agenda. Let me guess, you voted for Gore and were
upset because he got "the majority" vote and isn't
president, because after all, you believe that we live in
a democracy (mob rule) rather than the Constitutional Republic
that God fearing men such as Washington, Henry, Franklin,
Adams, and Jefferson designed.
Your heroes are people like Barney Frank, Barbara Boxer, Hillary
Clinton and Supreme Court Justices like Ginsberg and Stevens.
a great day, and keep off the sidewalk, because I'm going
to buy one of those Chevy Megatundras that take up two lanes
and suck gas.
ticketing story in magazine
Date: October 10, 2002 8:41
whom it may concern,
I read a brief story about your activities in the recent issue
of "The Parking Professional" magazine. I am writing
to applaud and support your efforts. The negative comments
I read in the article, and then on your website, are as confounding
as they are foolish. I feel compelled to reply to some of
the more commonly-repeated whines:
"I need an SUV because I have four kids and six dogs."
Right. You "need" the SUV as much as you "need"
to have 4 kids and 6 dogs. Both were choices, and
both were selfish - we're not going to feel sorry for you
because you have to show some responsibility for the choices
you've made. That's what being an
adult is all about. You could have made the responsible choice
to limit the size of your family, and to have one small pet,
but you CHOSE not to - you were not forced to buy an SUV.
That the only thing you've received is a
little ticket is insulting to those of us who CHOOSE to live
responsible lives that produce a minimal impact on the environment,
and who CHOOSE to organize their lives in such a way as to
not require the use of a monster truck to get by.
"I lost my son in an accident, and I want my family to
be safe." Get real, buddy. Your version of safety is
misguided and ignorant. SUVs kill people because they're too
big to be on the road with others, because people who drive
them think they own the road, and because they produce far
more TOXIC pollutants than is reasonable. Would you like us
to thank you for sacrificing
the health of THE ENTIRE WORLD because of your personal tragedy?
"Woe is me, you've deeply offended me, how dare you,
you should be excommunicated, you're evil, you're socialists,
etc..." Oh, get a grip, people! It's a little ticket.
I could list some other things that could have happened to
your monster trucks - paint scratching, light/window smashing,
exhaust pipe plugging, creative painting, etc.... You got
off way to easy. If you don't have the intellect to comprehend
the big picture, and how you're
actions impact others, then just throw away the ticket (because
you wouldn't dare recycle it, like those damn socialists),
light up another cigar, and shut the hell up. Drive your monster
truck and teach your kids that the world doesn't matter. Maybe,
just maybe, your kids will end up with more brains than you
could provide for them. For the sake of the rest of the world
that exists outside your personal little happyland, I hope
Earth on Empty folks - keep up the good work.
Expedition Owners of America
August 29, 2002 4:43 PM
I understand your cause, but down here in the Deep South,
it's not about fuel economy, it's about survival. See, here's
the way it is. Unlike the Northeastern Ivy League States,
people down here actually do live in their SUV's. The simple
truth is, "Bigger is better". There's more room
to stretch out.
Also, since we're all generally overweight rednecks, we need
the extra space for groceries. And most of us have found enough
extra room to mount two gun racks without desecrating the
Confederate Flag which we've hung in the back window glass.
Another benefit is the number seats for all those rug rats
we seem to have. Since most of you Kennedy Club Liberals up
there have probably never been down here in the Deep South
for fear you would say something that would get your asses
kicked, be advised that we are having a population explosion
Perhaps we're trying to create a free thinking generation
of kids to protect us from narrow-minded, self-serving, over-educated
socialists that would rather complain about something as unimportant
as what people drive than to tackle the real issues like educating
our kids, protecting our country from people that want to
take it from us and being 'One Nation Under God'.
The problem with you folks up there is that you can't see
the whole picture. It's not about SUV's, or Citations, or
even politics. It's about Freedom of Choice. I choose to drive
an Expedition because I can. I live in a country that allows
me to make a choice, freely and without prejudice. People
have sacrificed their lives to uphold that privilege.
So, why don't you folks go out and do something a little more
constructive with your time. We have lots of worthwhile programs
down here and we could always use some extra volunteers. I
just might even buy your lunch, but only if I get to drive.
Date: Sunday, October 6, 2002 10:29 PM
saw your coverage on the 11:00 news last night and I applaud
your efforts. You are singing my song. I hope you might consider
expanding your mission to included public busses that spew
more noxious vapors
than SUVs. I'd also like you to include some reference on
your web site or on the ticket to our men and women in the
armed forces losing theirs lives in Iraq and Afghanistan so
the SUV owners can guzzle as much
gasoline as they want. If we reduced our consumption of petroleum-based
products then our government would not be forced to support
repressive regimes such as the one in Saudi Arabia. I think
there is much more that you can say about how our consumption
of oil is
related to terrorist acts against the US. Thanks for making
people aware of the impact that their buying decisions have
on the public health, but I think you could go further in
showing how our buying SUVs
is unpatriotic and threatens our national security.
Thank you for making a difference.
Keep up the good work.
THIS WILL MAKE YOUR DAY
Date: Thursday, October 3, 2002 12:13 PM
I just saw your story in yesterday's USA Today, and want to
thank you for making up my mind.
This afternoon I went out and bought the largest SUV (Ford Excursion)
I could find. I hope the gas prices stay low while I tour the
country this fall.
You are morons !
Confessions and repentance
Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2002 5:38 PM
Dear Tree Huggers,
I was the environmental Anti-Christ. I drove an olive drab
army truck. It got 10mpg. I did use it to climb mountain roads
to service television equipment. Often needing to winch my
way up the trail. Ok. So this was alright I guess. Problem
was I kept it after changing my job. Driving the monster to
work in the city.
After seeing all the morons with massive SUV's idling away
in a traffic jam with one driver, I had a change of heart.
In fact, I am born again. I got rid of the monster and now
drive a Toyota Prius, 45mpg average. Also put a 1000watt solar
array on my home. I even feed power back into the grid.
After this lifestyle change, I am finding its not all that
bad. I'm still a republican and a member of John Burch (hard
core) but I pollute less and in a small way reduce Americas
dependence on other countries. The morons who say its about
freedom are self centered, Libertarian me types. This has
nothing to do with personal freedom at all. Its about improving
our nations strength. Tell the guy from NH. that he is supporting
foreign governments with his fuel purchases. Hmmm. Live Free
or Die. Bend to the will of Opec is more like it. Not so free
after all. I'll be dammed if I will support the Saudi's government
with my cash. Take the cash you save on fuel and cost of a
monster SUV and go sink it into your community instead. Hell,
go buy a new shotgun, start building a fallout shelter, stockpile
rations for all I care, just keep it in America. By the way,
my car was made in Canada and the US, not Japan.
Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2002 11:02 AM
you have nothing else to do with your time than to hassle
people? At what MPG level do you assert your gestapo tactics?
10MPG, 15MPG? What do you drive? Are all your friends and
relatives bicycle nuts? Do they drive Toyota Prius or Honda
Insights? As John Stossel says... "give me a break"!
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001
I wanted to pass this along to you, as your SUV Ticket was a
factor in my recent new car purchase. I received one of your
"violations" on my 1990 Nissan Pathfinder in Cambridge
a few weeks ago. I have owned various SUVs, even before the
term "SUV" was in vogue. Given the age of my vehicle,
I have been in the market for a new one. I was originally considering
another SUV, however, your SUV Ticket gave me pause and caused
me to way many additional factors in my decision-making process.
Today, I am happy to say that I traded in my Pathfinder for
a Subaru Wagon. Although it does not have the highest mileage
rating. I think it is supposed to average around 26 or 27 mpg.I
wanted to pass this along to you and make you aware that your
approach, while perhaps annoying to some, is helping to make
a difference with others. Every little bit counts.
Thank you for your efforts -- an improved fossil fuel burner
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001
I received one of your "SUV Violation" flyers on my
Explorer a few weeks ago. I find it very presumptuous of your
organization to think just because someone owns an SUV that
they are not environmentally conscious. I use my Explorer when
I go hiking in New Hampshire or to my family's cabin in the
mountains of Pennsylvania. I also use it when I go mountain
biking. Somehow I don't think a mountain bike fits in a Honda
Insight, nor do I think one would make it up our driveway in
Pennsylvania. I'd rather see children in an SUV during an accident
rather than a little death trap like a Civic. Further, the various
snow fall we get here in the NE often requires a 4wd vehicle,
especially for those of us who travel to NH, VT or ME for skiing.
Finally, I find it extremely offensive that you would think
that I am not environmentally conscious because I drive an SUV.
I belong to the AMC, the Sierra Club and the NSS.
Rant & Rave
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2001
I simply don't understand why people want to drive SUV's in
the first place. There too big, heavy, cumbersome and hard riding.
I drive a truck for a living, so the last thing I want to drive
on my own time is another truck! I can't really complain about
their mileage due to the fact my '71 Impala ain't much better,
but then again there's three decades difference. The plain fact
of the matter is that above all else SUV's are a public nuisance
and safety hazard.
I am a conservative Republican who wouldn't be caught dead driving
an import or holding a Sierra Club membership card nor do I
generally approve of government interference, but in this case
I agree with you tree huggin' hippies!
Date: Tue, 15 May 2001
To whom this may concern: Thank you for the lovely ticket you
put on my window informing me of the waste my car is producing.
But the fact is, maybe I need a car like this to haul my stuff
around . . . maybe I just need a car big enough to run over
dirty hippy shmoes. Fact is, this car is MY property. MY property.
Not yours', not the citys' - it's MINE! The fact that you have
left your "ticket" on my car is you touching my property.
I am going to make a suggestion - do not touch my car again.
Don't even look at my car again. Until you are the Goddess and
can dictate what I drive - don't come around me or Cambridge.
You WILL be sorry if youdo. So take your communist f***ing hippy-sh**
- shove it straight up your ass and do a happy little jig. I
do enough good in my life that I can sleep at night.
Wed, 19 Sep 2001
Subject: Yay for Green!
I just heard about your efforts to eradicate these Gargantuan
metal hulks from the face of the planet, and I can only say:
thank God. I wish I could buy your tickets, but I'm paying
for college (I plan to be a Muckraker journalist); you have
my support in other ways. You have also encouraged me to speak
out against these damnable wasters, and save the planet for
PS God told Adam to take care of the earth, and he still expects
Sun, 18 Nov 2001
You can take your socialist views pack them into an environmentally
safe bag and leave the country. How dare you to impose your
false lefttist views on me. There is not a single claim that
your socialistic organization makes that can be supported.
If you think its your duty to
tell people what to drive when to drive and how to live there
lives you don't deserve the freedoms this country was born
from. Leave. Your views are not welcome in the state of N.H.
nore anywhere else where freedom is cherished. Go preach to
the left coast. You will have a more obedient mindless audience.
Thu, 20 Sep 2001
I think it's really sad that some people think this is only
about "them" and "their property". Wow...I
suppose there's no such thing as second-hand smoke either. What's
more important, being an American or being an American who actually
cares about his/her fellow Americans and the air they breathe?
A REAL American would care enough to insure there are fossil
fuels for the children they haul around to soccer games and
mall shopping. I guess we're surrounded by the "SUV! 'Cause
Its All About ME" generation. I also think another point
against people driving these behemoths is how much parking space
and road space they take up in
residential areas. I live in Seattle and the streets are often
narrow and parking so precious that the last thing we need is
people wasting that real estate as well. I know it's a small
issue compared to many others but it's important nonetheless.
Thanx for your site!
Your cause is such a great idea...
Here's my response... A ticket in return.
note - adult themed response