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recycler

Perkasie, PA

#1 Apr 21, 2013
Remember, tomorrow it Earth Day. Reduce, reuse and recycle!
Question

Broomall, PA

#2 Apr 21, 2013
Go hug a tree.
Question

Perkasie, PA

#3 Apr 21, 2013
Question wrote:
Go hug a tree.
When William Penn first came here, the entire state of PA was a forest.

Since: Apr 13

Broomall, PA

#4 Apr 21, 2013
Question wrote:
<quoted text>When William Penn first came here, the entire state of PA was a forest.
Troll.
retired viewer

Perkasie, PA

#5 Apr 21, 2013
Question wrote:
Go hug a tree.
I will and LOVE it. Why don't you try it? Or are you Jersey Duke?
Joe

United States

#6 Apr 21, 2013
Recycling is always important, but we have to take a step further by decreasing the size of housing units and subsequently leaving a smaller carbon footprint. Municipal zoning and planning codes should mandate a certain percentage of housing units be small, and should make it difficult to build large housing units. Solar power should be mandated for all residential and commercial units.
Haha

Broomall, PA

#7 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
Recycling is always important, but we have to take a step further by decreasing the size of housing units and subsequently leaving a smaller carbon footprint. Municipal zoning and planning codes should mandate a certain percentage of housing units be small, and should make it difficult to build large housing units. Solar power should be mandated for all residential and commercial units.
Thus spake the hypocrite.

It was Joe, aka Brian Kline, who was behind the disastrous Richland Comprehensive Plan that brought all the big developments to Richland.

Now, he's advocating the UN Agenda 21 plan.

Kline, when have you found a liberal cause that you won't follow? Typical BOT.

Solar power should be mandated? Have you priced out a solar power system recently? No, of course you haven't.
Joe

Broomall, PA

#9 Apr 21, 2013
Haha wrote:
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Thus spake the hypocrite.
It was Joe, aka Brian Kline, who was behind the disastrous Richland Comprehensive Plan that brought all the big developments to Richland.
Now, he's advocating the UN Agenda 21 plan.
Kline, when have you found a liberal cause that you won't follow? Typical BOT.
Solar power should be mandated? Have you priced out a solar power system recently? No, of course you haven't.
In the midst of a housing boom in the 1990's, the first Richland Comprehensive Plan successfully protected sensitive ecosystems and steered controlled development toward major transportation arteries with water and sewer lines already in place.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#10 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
Recycling is always important, but we have to take a step further by decreasing the size of housing units and subsequently leaving a smaller carbon footprint. Municipal zoning and planning codes should mandate a certain percentage of housing units be small, and should make it difficult to build large housing units. Solar power should be mandated for all residential and commercial units.
Tell Al Gore to decrease the size of his "housing unit."
Joe

Broomall, PA

#12 Apr 21, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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Tell Al Gore to decrease the size of his "housing unit."
The average house in the U.S. increased from 1,780 square feet in 1978 to 2,479 square feet in 2007. The vast majority of large houses waste energy, hog land and foster materialism.

The goal moving forward for municipal planning and zoning boards is to preserve and recycle already existing small housing units, such as cottages, ranchers and cape cods. In addition, municipalities should zone for even smaller housing units, 300 square feet or less, along with non-traditional housing units, such as storage containers.

Federal and state governments should provide tax credits for owners of small housing units. Tax penalties should be assessed to owners of large housing units, unless the unit is remodeled to dramatically reduce its carbon footprint. But in the interest of ecological awareness, zoning and planning boards should make the construction of large housing units as difficult as possible.

The goal is reduce our carbon footprint and force people to reign in materialistic habits.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#13 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>The average house in the U.S. increased from 1,780 square feet in 1978 to 2,479 square feet in 2007. The vast majority of large houses waste energy, hog land and foster materialism.

The goal moving forward for municipal planning and zoning boards is to preserve and recycle already existing small housing units, such as cottages, ranchers and cape cods. In addition, municipalities should zone for even smaller housing units, 300 square feet or less, along with non-traditional housing units, such as storage containers.

Federal and state governments should provide tax credits for owners of small housing units. Tax penalties should be assessed to owners of large housing units, unless the unit is remodeled to dramatically reduce its carbon footprint. But in the interest of ecological awareness, zoning and planning boards should make the construction of large housing units as difficult as possible.

The goal is reduce our carbon footprint and force people to reign in materialistic habits.
You can live in a storage container. I'll stick to my 5000 sq. ft. house. I suggest if you want to reduce your carbon footprint, don't exhale.
Joe

Broomall, PA

#15 Apr 21, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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You can live in a storage container. I'll stick to my 5000 sq. ft. house. I suggest if you want to reduce your carbon footprint, don't exhale.
5,000 square feet... How obscene! It's unfortunate you use materialism for self-affirmation. A bit insecure or just selfish?
Agreed

Broomall, PA

#17 Apr 21, 2013
Joe is right......
Joe

United States

#18 Apr 21, 2013
Rebelolution wrote:
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What an AssPipe!
You call yourself a rebel yet you defend the status quo. I don't understand.
OMG

Souderton, PA

#19 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
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You call yourself a rebel yet you defend the status quo. I don't understand.
You f-d up this town and have given the a-wholes the answer why Orloff is in power. Don't you get it? You and the other four, RTBOS+Woldow all need to go. You people can't do the job, we've seen it, it's all past history. You've sucked Dick too.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#20 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>5,000 square feet... How obscene! It's unfortunate you use materialism for self-affirmation. A bit insecure or just selfish?
I'm proud of my home. It's custom-built and provided income for carpenters, electricians, plumber, drywall contractors, brick and stone masons, landscapers, well driller, asphalt contractor, etc., etc. Not to mention over $13,000 per year in taxes to the township and school district in taxes.

Does your basement abode even have windows?
Joe

United States

#21 Apr 21, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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I'm proud of my home. It's custom-built and provided income for carpenters, electricians, plumber, drywall contractors, brick and stone masons, landscapers, well driller, asphalt contractor, etc., etc. Not to mention over $13,000 per year in taxes to the township and school district in taxes.
Does your basement abode even have windows?
Blackledge Estates were an ecological mistake. A credit to Richland; the only over-the-top housing development in the township is Brayton Gardens II.
Haha

Broomall, PA

#22 Apr 21, 2013
Joe wrote:
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The average house in the U.S. increased from 1,780 square feet in 1978 to 2,479 square feet in 2007. The vast majority of large houses waste energy, hog land and foster materialism.
The goal moving forward for municipal planning and zoning boards is to preserve and recycle already existing small housing units, such as cottages, ranchers and cape cods. In addition, municipalities should zone for even smaller housing units, 300 square feet or less, along with non-traditional housing units, such as storage containers.
Federal and state governments should provide tax credits for owners of small housing units. Tax penalties should be assessed to owners of large housing units, unless the unit is remodeled to dramatically reduce its carbon footprint. But in the interest of ecological awareness, zoning and planning boards should make the construction of large housing units as difficult as possible.
The goal is reduce our carbon footprint and force people to reign in materialistic habits.
Storage containers? This coming from an asswipe who lives in his daddy's basement!

Kline, you make me laugh, you crazy loon!

http://www.occupycorporatism.com/agenda-21-mi...

Oh, and your Comprehensive Plans are part of this Agenda 21 mess.

So, how about it, we'll all chip in to get you a POD for your dad's driveway and you can live in it.

Meanwhile, I'll stick to my nice, roomy 2 story, OK?
Ugly Wart

Broomall, PA

#23 Apr 22, 2013
Joe wrote:
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5,000 square feet... How obscene! It's unfortunate you use materialism for self-affirmation. A bit insecure or just selfish?
Jealousy causes warts to grow. Didn't you know that?

He lives in a nice home that he pays for. What is it to you?

You want to live in a storage container. You were offered a POD for your driveway; why not take advantage of that?
Joe

United States

#24 Apr 22, 2013
Ugly Wart wrote:
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Jealousy causes warts to grow. Didn't you know that?
He lives in a nice home that he pays for. What is it to you?
You want to live in a storage container. You were offered a POD for your driveway; why not take advantage of that?
You miss my point. The increasing size of houses are leaving bigger carbon footprints. It's in our best interest if we downsize our lifestyles to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and senseless materialism. Part of that endeavor involves recycling and building smaller housing units.

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