Originally posted by requires1231
"This video is about an island in the ocean at 2000 km from any other coast line. "
That's just too vague for me to feel 100% confident that this is legit. I'm in no way trying to evade accountability for what happens to this planet, but this gives off a faint stench of hoax.
Originally posted by Darkphoenix77
Isn't it something like enough water bottles to stretch around the world end to end like 3 times or something silly like that?
Originally posted by Donahue
if you cant even watch a video that's not even 4 minutes long you have A.D.D.
On a second note. Seagulls are probably the most annoying, waste of space, animal on the planet.
Originally posted by Cito
survival of the fittest.
these birds are idiots, most smarter birds avoid eating inedible food, heck my pet parakeet is very picky on what she eats.
these are gonna turn into the dodo bird who went extict of it's own stupidity as well
this is just Darwn in motion
the birds that don't eat crap won't die...
where's the outrage at birds that eat shiny pebbles and rocks and die same as these?
no outrage there, well same goes for these.
Do you need a video to show you the shape of our planet? If so, you need to go out more. Maybe, we should all go to that island and CLEAN UP OUR MESS! Let's stop TALKING about the problems and actually start solving some of them. It's up to US!
Originally posted by CaticusMaximus
Originally posted by boncho
Some people can't watch videos, some people don't have the patience, we'd rather read and see pictures if they are necessary to get a message across.
I say birds being cut open with plastic inside. Not sure what the story is about...
Complaining that the length of a 4 minute video is to long to watch... wtf?
For some reason I cant help but perceive that attitude as somehow integral to the enabling of the atrocity shown in the 4 minute video that "some people dont have the patience" for.
Hmmm... wonder why that is.
edit on 2/21/2013 by CaticusMaximus because: (no reason given)
If we could get $1 dollar, from everyone that's ever dropped their litter on the ground, we'd raise enough money for everyone on ATS to go. Those birds didn't make that mess! WE DID!!!
Originally posted by squarehead666
reply to post by profundus
I've got some bin-bags if you'll sort out the plane ticket.
Bit remote for me.....But I fully support the sentiment.
Originally posted by grayeagle
What people don't realize or don't care about is that if you toss just about any plastic throw away from disposable lighters to water bottles hundreds of miles from the ocean they can still end up there. Any watershed in the world can carry them down to the sea. We pollute and destroy the earth because we demand convenience. We are too damn lazy to utilize reusable or refillable items. Our litter laws are puny and there is very little enforcement. If someone buys a disposable lighter make the manufacturer provide an incentive for the customer to return them for a discount toward a new one. This could be done for many items. Use water filters and reusable water bottles. Stop using plastic grocery bags.edit on 06/02/2011 by grayeagle because: spelling