I have spent my career working towards energy efficiencies. Now I rationalize driving a big-ass truck. I don’t want to rationalize anymore. I love what you have given to me in my 65 years. I want to give you more. I promise to work more sincerely for you. Why? Because you’ve always been what I […]

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Dear Earth,

I have spent my career working towards energy efficiencies. Now I rationalize driving a big-ass truck. I don’t want to rationalize anymore. I love what you have given to me in my 65 years. I want to give you more. I promise to work more sincerely for you. Why? Because you’ve always been what I most enjoy. most love,

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