I can't wait until the day that plastic bags are banned in every state!
If we could live well without plastic bags before they appear in the market why can`t we do without them now. Make the old habit of carrying shopping bags with u in your car, bikes or in hands. What you are going to lose? Rather you are going to gain much much.. I keep 2-3 bags in my car always.
Plastic bags work quite well for choking the crap out of some pice of anal wipe that so despartly needs it. Paper tends to tear.
Ha ha ha, yeah man!!!! I don't care who you are....that was funny!!
It's really simple to carry your own recycled bags to the store. If you forget, you can ask for paper. How easy, and how considerate to Mother Earth. C'mon, just say "no" to plastic.
How bout those cloth bags? Or take in small cardboard boxes you would otherwise throw out. "mother earth" ain't my mama!!! Love you, Sis!
Yea for cloth bags! I just carry an old Vera Bradley handbag if I'm only picking up a couple of things -- with another foldable vinyl or cloth bag tucked inside in case something pleads with me to take it home -- could be anything from marshmallows for my hot cocoa to fresh organic kale for my tasty, crunchy, salty, kale chips. Yum!
While having a plastic bag, you can make very nice shopping by using plastic bags. But keep the site clear of using these!
nothing to lose, I am an island...
You befriend me, SO WHAT, CAN"T HANDLE the TRUTH,, Get over yourself and get on with it...
We need to do our best to reduce them to a minimum
BYOB (bring your own bag).
It's high time that Banning of Plastic is taken seriously before the earth gets buried under this obnoxious and deadly material....WAKE UP BEFORE IT's TOO LATE !!!!
Got into the habit of carrying my own canvas shopping bags around with me while vacationing in Europe, continued when I came home. Works fine, carries a lot more than plastic bags, and no worries about the bag breaking. French supermarkets charge the equivalent of a nickel per plastic bag. That's how you can always spot the tourists in a French store; they're the only ones taking them!