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    Bloomberg to De Blasio

    [Plastic-Foam Containers, if the Mayor Gets His Way By Michael M. Grynbaum] "...Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, whose regulatory lance has slain fatty foods, supersize sodas, and smoking in parks, is now targeting plastic foam, the much-derided polymer that environmentalists have long tried to restrict..." Full text: Plastic-Foam Containers, if the Mayor Gets His Way Eccl 10:2, Jn 10:10

    [Mayor Bloomberg to stoners: Small amounts of pot no longer get a night in jail by Tina Moore & Dan Hirschhorn] "New York State is also considering decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana...." Full text: Mayor Bloomberg to stoners: Small amounts of pot no longer get a night in jail Eph 5:18, Jn 8:36, Re 13:17

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    Seems reasonable to me. Exactly why is banning Styrofoam a bad thing? It's my planet too and I think it's a great idea.

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    Who uses styrofoam anymore? I haven't seen it in ages, I barely even remember it. I just remember hearing it was bad for us and I rarely ever saw it again ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincy View Post
    Who uses styrofoam anymore? I haven't seen it in ages, I barely even remember it. I just remember hearing it was bad for us and I rarely ever saw it again ?
    I've see it. Blech. Completely unnecessary stuff.

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    He didn't say "yes to drugs." Not even close.
    Mayor Michael Bloomberg rolled out the new policy during his State of the City address Thursday, announcing that possession in small quantities would only result in a trip to your local police precinct, a quick ID check for outstanding warrants and a notice to appear before a judge.

    With New York State considering legislation to similarly decriminalize small amounts of pot, Bloomberg said it was logical to follow suit with local enforcement.

    “I personally am not in favor of legalizing marijuana or any other drugs, I think it's a dangerous thing,” Bloomberg said Friday morning on the John Gambling radio show. “ But the reality is that for small amounts of marijuana there's an awful lot of kids that have it and you're just clogging the jails… you're clogging the courts, you're clogging the police.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dena View Post
    I've see it. Blech. Completely unnecessary stuff.
    Styrofoam cups, packaging peanuts, slabs for insulating packaging, forms for injection molding, flotation in boats, slabs for housing construction, cans for home use for sealing leaks - it's really a wonderful thing.

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    Decriminalization is not legalization.

    It is still illegal, and if you do get caught with some, you will be fined, and have it confiscated.
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    No one can refill their 16 ounce cup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by resurrected View Post
    Styrofoam cups, packaging peanuts, slabs for insulating packaging
    These can all be accomplished without the use of styrofoam.

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    forms for injection molding, flotation in boats, slabs for housing construction
    These are generally not the items include in a Styrofoam ban.

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    cans for home use for sealing leaks
    I don't know enough about this to know if there is an alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dena View Post
    These can all be accomplished without the use of styrofoam.
    Yep

    We used to see an awful lot of corn starch peanuts.

    Just rinse them down the drain!

    Of course, what's the energy and pollution cost of all that wasted water?





    I remember dazzling my kids when they were little by sticking a two inch by two inch stick of styrofoam two feet long into a 500 ml beaker of acetone.

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    There are inert insulating foam products, such as Icynene, that use much less petroleum, substituting plant products such as castor oil for much of the petroleum used in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by resurrected View Post
    Yep

    We used to see an awful lot of corn starch peanuts.

    Just rinse them down the drain!

    Of course, what's the energy and pollution cost of all that wasted water?
    Couldn't we make ethanol from them?
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    Sure can!

    Heck - I can make ethanol from C02

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    Quote Originally Posted by serpentdove View Post
    "[Bloomberg] is launching a campaign to warn people about the risks of losing their hearing from blasting music on their headphones."

    ... The horror! An informational campaign?? Oh woe, where has freedom gone?!
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