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Thursday, May 19, 2005

Upsides and downsides.

Normally I don't post things that might be regarded as particularly favorable towards half-assed technophobic environmentalism. This is because, while I am something of an environmentalist, I belong to the "better living through technology" branch of the movement. However, in this one case, I'll make an exception for this charming little movie: Grocery Store Wars. It finally answers the question: can a cucumber act more skillfully than Mark Hamill?

While watching, however, please keep a few things in mind: irradiated food is quite safe, there's no reason whatsoever to assume that organic farming is, indeed, more sustainable than mechanized agriculture, and that advances in farming technology are all that have allowed us to develop our civilization to the extent that we have people with sufficient leisure time to bitch about mechanized farming.

Have a nice day.

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