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Sep 18, 2010
A hard copy of a book wrapped in paper represents carbon that is being stored in a semi-permanent state, out of our atmosphere where it would be doing harm. It's almost as good as if it was still in the form of a tree.
 
 
Sep 7, 2010
Way to go, Dilbert. As an engineer, you are conscious of global warming and carbon footprint but you gift her a *hard copy of a book* that too *gift wrapped in paper*?
 
 
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Sep 2, 2010
My first thought is that Dilbert is far too intelligent to go for CO2 scam
 
 
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Aug 31, 2010
Thanks to Scott Adams for getting into a topic that certainly shouldn't be taboo. People should check out the nonprofit Global Footprint online for more information on why we're already "borrowing" from the earth's reserves and under the current population burden and consumption habits have no way to "repay." Just imagine if the world was back at 1950s population. Perhaps we would value and care for human life more because there were less of us....
 
 
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Aug 31, 2010
You people DO realize this is ONLY A COMIC STRIP ... Yes ? Please say you do !!!
 
 
 
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