Overboard by Chip Dunham for May 22, 2022

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    allen@home  10 months ago

    Better yet. Keep it in the boat. Then throw it way back on shore.

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    C  10 months ago

    Ring around the rosies

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 10 months ago

    Do likewise with your mask loops.

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    B4ItNs  10 months ago

    Been doing that for awhile now

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    Bilan  10 months ago

    I haven’t seen a six-pack of aluminum cans in years.

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    khmo  10 months ago

    Thanks for this

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    drycurt  10 months ago

    If “recyclers” actually recycled them instead of just dumping their loads in the ocean…

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    Ammo Premium Member 10 months ago

    Rather than putting the onus on consumers, the manufacturers should be made to discontinue this practice of using plastic immediately!

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    mickjam  10 months ago

    I read that the phrase ‘carbon footprint’ was created by an ad agency for a petrol company. Why can’t manufacturers create better packaging alternatives? It seems they’re creating the problem, and downloading the onus for a solution onto consumers.

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 10 months ago

    Better yet, stop buying soda/beer with those things on them.

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    henshaven Premium Member 10 months ago

    I’ve done this for years, but rarely need to, anymore. It takes only seconds, and will help the plastic degrade a little bit faster. I still hate them, though.

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    ajr58(1)  10 months ago

    Anymore, I buy beer and soda that is packaged in cardboard.

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    jim27577  10 months ago

    Might try not throwing it overboard

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    rgcviper  10 months ago

    I always snip the rings of my drink holders. However, as others have said, proper disposal beats tossing trash into nature any day.

    Good Sunday Morning, Crew.

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member 10 months ago

    Good morning Crew.Reduce, reuse, recycle.

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    phboles  10 months ago

    I have been doing that for a long time too

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    ex window inspector  10 months ago

    great PSA

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    ron  10 months ago

    Refuse to buy drinks that use them.

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    txmama43  10 months ago

    This is one of my FAVORITE comics! I am so moved by the kindness that shows…..

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    vonskippy  10 months ago

    Unfortunately turtles don’t communicate with each other – otherwise one turtle could easily chew thru the plastic ring that is stuck on another turtle. I don’t think mankind has to fear a vast turtle uprising any time soon.

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    ginnieandlouie2  10 months ago

    Hi All, I ran a search and found the following . Based in Atlanta, Georgia, it’s a growing alternative to plastic rings. It’s a good (and easy) read.


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    Sneaker  10 months ago

    Bury the crap in the landfill, not dump it in the ocean’s dummies!!!

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    tad1  10 months ago

    Nice, but it would it kill Chip to draw a cartoon that sticks up for people with autism?

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