59 Responses to Please post your comment on EPA’s aburdly whitewashed ‘Greenversations’ blog
[Since our last e-mail campaign worked so well, I thought I’d try again.]
Turns out the world’s blandest environmental blog, “Greenversations,” is paid for by your taxpayer dollar:
You can waste a few minutes of time convincing yourself that it is devoid of useful information on what is certainly the greatest environmental threat the nation faces.
So why am I telling you to waste your time on the official blog of the EPA? Because they have just posted:
If you have nothing else to do — and that is pretty obvious since you’re still reading this post — why not let EPA hear your answer to that question (and feel free to post your comments here also)? Here are what some other people have already written in:
I’ve had a realization our government really is too big if there is time for government workers to maintian blogs like this at the taxpayer expense.
OK, I learned that once you sign up for this stupid blog, you get notices every week that clutter up your inbox. Although I like getting EPA news releases so I can keep up with what is going on at EPA, these blog notice emails get comingled with the real news emails. EPA has replied that they are aware that they are spamming us with unwanted emails about the inane blog, but they have no inclination to change the system to allow us to opt out of the blog notice emails. THANK YOU EPA!
Amazed that my tax money is paying for things like this, WHAT A WASTE…!!!
You EPA guys should spend more time talking across your artificial boundaries (air, water, waste, etc.) so that when one “environmental concern” is addressed (Hg or other heavy metal “air pollution” for example) it does not become a problem somewhere else (like in the water, or solid wastes). WORK FOR A COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION, OR AT LEAST COMPREHENSIVE/COORDINATED RULES TO START WITH. Or, learn how to write ANY rule that can past the Court’s muster!!!