Yesterday a posted about the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards excessive talk about global warming during this year’s telecast. They constantly barraged the teen audience with facts about global warming throughout the show, with Leonardo DiCaprio eventually telling the kids that “our mother is hurting!”. When I posted the article, I made sure to point out that I have no problem with educating kids of taking small precautions to help the environment, even though I personally believe global warming is merely a cycle and not influenced by humans in any way. I mean really, what’s picking up some litter going to hurt? Well, today I received an interesting e-mail, but before I explain the contents of the message I want to make this clear: I am in no way proclaiming this to be 100% fact, as all I have is the statement by a reader that could have simply fabricated the entire thing. If you know this to be untrue, please kindly let me know and I will write a retraction. All I am doing is relaying information that I was given. Is everyone clear? Alright, good.
Today I received an e-mail regarding the Kids Choice Awards that claimed that the show was not practicing what they preach. At the Kids Choice Awards after party, the e-mails claims, the several thousand guests in attendance were treated to fine meal that was served on paper plates and eaten with plastic utensils. The drinks were also served in disposable plastic cups. At the end of the night, the plates, cups, and utensils were bagged up and hauled off the nearest dump, where they will be burried in the landfill. Do I have any problem with this? Absolutely not. However, the Kids Choice Awards spent a considerable amount of the 1 and a half hour event explaining to millions of kids across the country the benefits of recycling and using environmentally friendly products. You would think the people in charge of the event would have set up rows of recycling bins in order to solidify their stance on environmental protection. If this does turn out to be true (I believe it), then Nickelodeon obviously isn’t as concerned with the environment as they want us to be.
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