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theotherwesley:

Me getting up in the morning like 

Stretchin’. Hittin’ the keyboard like

Friends comin’ online like



DID YOu SEE tHE THINGg MY GOD

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snowzboo:

dontbeanassbutt:

punk-kieren-walker:

polks:

anderjak:

So, for many people in California, water is literally going to run out for them before the end of the year, which is a completely ridiculous thing to ever have happen. Bottled water companies and various companies who use excessive water for extracurricular activities are not really taking into consideration the environment surrounding their area, and are pretty much bleeding California dry.
I don’t really have much in the way of helping, but not supporting those companies is always a great idea, which is why I personally recommend Bobbles.
They’re reusable plastic bottles that are fairly cheap and utilize a carbon filter that usually runs you less than $5 per filter and typically come two filters to a pack, and lasts you a good couple of months. You can buy them on Amazon, and I’ve seen them in places like Best Buy and Walgreens, so they’re bound to be in all sorts of places outside of that.
Tap water in most areas has been found to basically not be any more dangerous to your health than bottled water, but if you’re really unsure or paranoid like me, these filters do a great job without having to buy an attachment filter for your sink faucet.
There are TONS of short term solutions to help you guys out, but I figure having a reference or two drop on your dash might make the decision to jump to filters as opposed to traditional bottled water a little simpler to make.
Here’s a handy-dandy link to the Amazon search page if you’re interested.

bottled water is a SCAM and one that literally is endangering the environment and contributing to the horrific wildfires CA experiences every year. Get a filtered bottle like this, or something similar. Way cheaper and better for the environment! Remember, water, like any other resource, is valuable. Don’t waste it!

I have a Bobble bottle and it’s fucking great. I got it for school because our dorms have shitty-tasting water from the tap but I use it everywhere. It filters the water and makes it taste way better. Also it looks cool and is durable enough that I’ve knocked it off my desk many times at school and it’s not dented or broken or even barely scratched at all.

Also bottled water isn’t as good for you as tap water! Tap water has more minerals, while since bottled water is “purified”, it’s got more chlorine. Also, the BPA in the plastic is awful for you and the environment since most plastic bottles aren’t recycled. There’s a reason the European Union has banned BPA in their baby bottles. Talk to water-from-the-tap for more info!

One thing I would like to point out, as a Californian, is that we are usually advised to NOT drink water out of our taps. Water in California is very “hard,” and contains so many minerals it can be bad for us. The water where I live has literally “eaten away” at walls in my brand new housing complex in just three years time. You can see where sprinklers hit it on the other side because it has soaked through and the brick is disgustingly grody and looks like it has been eaten away at.That’s not to say that bottled water is good, but for some areas it IS their only option for decent drinking water.In addition folks, I would suggest the Brita water bottles that come with filters. I know Costco used to sell a three pack of bottles with I think four or six filters. They’re dishwasher safe and each filter is good for about 150-200 bottles. I used them at college all the time. A bit more expensive but I think they’re a better deal overall, since you get bottles and filters.All that being said the water shortage is nothing new, this year is just the worst. It’d be great if the government would get off its ass and repair the water mains under the cities so they’d stop exploding and flooding. That’d be a lot of help. Instead of focusing on banning plastic bags.

snowzboo:

dontbeanassbutt:

punk-kieren-walker:

polks:

anderjak:

So, for many people in California, water is literally going to run out for them before the end of the year, which is a completely ridiculous thing to ever have happen. Bottled water companies and various companies who use excessive water for extracurricular activities are not really taking into consideration the environment surrounding their area, and are pretty much bleeding California dry.

I don’t really have much in the way of helping, but not supporting those companies is always a great idea, which is why I personally recommend Bobbles.

They’re reusable plastic bottles that are fairly cheap and utilize a carbon filter that usually runs you less than $5 per filter and typically come two filters to a pack, and lasts you a good couple of months. You can buy them on Amazon, and I’ve seen them in places like Best Buy and Walgreens, so they’re bound to be in all sorts of places outside of that.

Tap water in most areas has been found to basically not be any more dangerous to your health than bottled water, but if you’re really unsure or paranoid like me, these filters do a great job without having to buy an attachment filter for your sink faucet.

There are TONS of short term solutions to help you guys out, but I figure having a reference or two drop on your dash might make the decision to jump to filters as opposed to traditional bottled water a little simpler to make.

Here’s a handy-dandy link to the Amazon search page if you’re interested.

bottled water is a SCAM and one that literally is endangering the environment and contributing to the horrific wildfires CA experiences every year. Get a filtered bottle like this, or something similar. Way cheaper and better for the environment! Remember, water, like any other resource, is valuable. Don’t waste it!

I have a Bobble bottle and it’s fucking great. I got it for school because our dorms have shitty-tasting water from the tap but I use it everywhere. It filters the water and makes it taste way better. Also it looks cool and is durable enough that I’ve knocked it off my desk many times at school and it’s not dented or broken or even barely scratched at all.

Also bottled water isn’t as good for you as tap water! Tap water has more minerals, while since bottled water is “purified”, it’s got more chlorine. Also, the BPA in the plastic is awful for you and the environment since most plastic bottles aren’t recycled. There’s a reason the European Union has banned BPA in their baby bottles. Talk to water-from-the-tap for more info!

One thing I would like to point out, as a Californian, is that we are usually advised to NOT drink water out of our taps. Water in California is very “hard,” and contains so many minerals it can be bad for us. The water where I live has literally “eaten away” at walls in my brand new housing complex in just three years time. You can see where sprinklers hit it on the other side because it has soaked through and the brick is disgustingly grody and looks like it has been eaten away at.

That’s not to say that bottled water is good, but for some areas it IS their only option for decent drinking water.

In addition folks, I would suggest the Brita water bottles that come with filters. I know Costco used to sell a three pack of bottles with I think four or six filters. They’re dishwasher safe and each filter is good for about 150-200 bottles. I used them at college all the time. A bit more expensive but I think they’re a better deal overall, since you get bottles and filters.

All that being said the water shortage is nothing new, this year is just the worst. It’d be great if the government would get off its ass and repair the water mains under the cities so they’d stop exploding and flooding. That’d be a lot of help. Instead of focusing on banning plastic bags.

(via thatonewannabechef)

If a man walks in the woods for love of them half of each day, he is in danger of being regarded as a loafer. But if he spends his days as a speculator, shearing off those woods and making the earth bald before her time, he is deemed an industrious and enterprising citizen.

—Henry David Thoreau (via occult101)

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