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Millennials want to save plastic by bringing back milkmen.
Millennials are trying to reduce their carbon footprint more than ever. If you’re thinking about reducing your plastic use, maybe you should get on board with something millennials are trying to bring back – the milkman. Seriously!! Think about it – if you just have a milkman deliver your milk in reusable bottles?
It’s kind of a genius idea if you think about it. Us younger folk have been more and more concerned with reducing our waste. So if we brought back the age of the milkman, we would be able to reuse bottles all the time so we could reduce our waste. There have actually been a 25% increase in sales of glass bottles according to the UK milk company Milk$More. Sure, they’re across the pond, but there are an awful lot of local farms who are upping their game. Wanna find out who? Log on to LocalHarvest.org or FarmAid.org.
Get on board with the millennials and stop using so much trash!
A Book claims Hitler was a great world leader
When it comes to great world leaders, people think Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, maybe even Barack Obama, but how ‘bout Adolf Hitler? The Indian book publisher, Pegasus, is being slammed for including the Nazi Germany leader in its book “Great Leaders.”
The book includes those previously mentioned including Hitler as “powerful world leaders who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of their countries and the people living in them.” As you might imagine, Abraham Cooper of the Wiesenthal Center doesn't quite think Hitler lived up to those standards (just like any other right thinking person!).
"Placing Hitler alongside truly great political and humanitarian leaders is an abomination that is made worse as it targets young people with little or no knowledge of world history and ethics,” says Cooper. The Wiesenthal Center has demanded that Pegasus remove the book from shelves.
Source: USA Today