Sunday, April 15, 2007

Save the Wayneforest

It seems that global warming means that more than our effluent lifestyle is under threat. One of our most fragile and rare ecosystems is endangered: the Wayneforest. Deep inside this unique habitat you will hear the wheezing of accoridan alternating with the sound of one hand clapping as the Wayne switches between music practice and deep meditation. Current drought conditions have caused leafdrop and insect attack in the Wayne habitat and this (below) may soon be what I see when I look out the back window: Where is Wayne? I can't even find Wally.
The solution?
Effluent. We need your pee.

8 comments:

Florence said...

We must do something to save the Wayne Forest!..as to peeing....well, I guess you could put a sign out the front of your house? :)

xx

Sandra Eileen - Artisan Jewelry For Your Good Life said...

That is so horrible, and to think there are actually people, supposedly educated people who don't believe that global warming is taking place. Unbelievable.

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Rebecca-the-Wrecker said...

please join the save-the-wayne-campaign flojo- you know where we live!
thanks sandra - yes i do agree that global warming deniers are some of the most annoying and powerful individuals around. however, we can look forward to the day when homo sapiens is extinct and all that's left are cockroaches, chokos and a concrete bunker of assholes. yes. then they'll be sorry.

Rebecca-the-Wrecker said...

sandra eileen- i have added your link!

W J Kington said...

I pee therefore I am.

Rebecca-the-Wrecker said...

to pee or not to pee

shannon said...

Apparently the only thing to survive nuclear war on planet earth will be a pink bacteria found in elephant dung (or is it camel?)Save the Wayne Forest indeed!

Rebecca-the-Wrecker said...

I believe the pink bacteria found in certain large animal dung are our future,
Teach them well and let them lead the way....