Overboard by Chip Dunham for October 01, 2023

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    Bilan  7 months ago

    It’s the new Hobo-Chark look.

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    Purple People Eater  7 months ago

    Plastic floats.

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    SameAsOldFfred  7 months ago

    Wake up folks, it’s in our own tissues as well.

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    sally222 Premium Member 7 months ago

    Isn’t it pretty to think so…

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    unkl bob Premium Member 7 months ago

    Get used to it? Really?

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    mourdac Premium Member 7 months ago

    Truly disgusting to treat the Earth as our garbage can.

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    win.45mag  7 months ago

    Not to mention all the chemicals and other CRAP (literally) that dissolves and we DON’T see

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    Dsnerker  7 months ago

    Good Sunday Morning everyone. Lets all try and get along. Yes we have a problem lets work on solving it instead of arguing and expecting someone else to do the work.

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    Stocky One  7 months ago

    Sharks mistake plastic bags for jellyfish. The eat them, they get stuck in their digestive tract, and they die. How are you going to get used to that?

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    TerriLarson  7 months ago

    Skol

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    ladykat  7 months ago

    Clean up the oceans, already!

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member 7 months ago

    Good morning Crew!

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    wuhts  7 months ago

    Humans with their handling of trash are the most dangerous animals. So sad.

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    hooglah  7 months ago

    Yep….those old nasty paper grocery bags and returnable bottles sure were annoying weren’t they? It’s amazing that people do away with things that actually work then complain about them. The only reason they don’t bring them back is they would have to admit they were wrong. It would cost a little more, but not as much as it is costing us now in ecology.

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    Brent Rosenthal Premium Member 7 months ago

    A double sweetie strip. Haven’t had one in a few weeks

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    rgcviper  7 months ago

    Not a good situation, with trash affecting wildlife—in the water and elsewhere. Let’s all try to do our part to keep this world a little cleaner.

    Happy Sunday, Crew.

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    dogday Premium Member 7 months ago

    Oh DEAR!!!!!!!

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    rwam  6 months ago

    thousands maybe, not millions. Evo’s just a theory and not a very good one.

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