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  1. Why Did Hillary Clinton’s State Department Team Edit Bindi Irwin’s Essay On Overpopulation?

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    Bindi Irwin, the daughter of the late wildlife expert Steve Irwin, has made quite a name for herself over the last few years. She sings, she acts, and yes, she has a great interest in animals and the environment. She was recently asked to contribute to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's site but supposedly had her essay edited so heavily, she asked them to remove it from publication. What gives? 

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  2. Lucy Lawless Hijacked an Oil Drilling Ship in New Zealand Yesterday

    For great justice

    In her spare time, while not playing various warrior asskickers, Lucy Lawless is a Greenpeace activist. And yesterday, while we were all sitting around watching puppy videos, Lawless and six other activists hopped aboard a Shell drilling ship off the coast of New Zealand. Actually, they weren't allowed to, so it's technically a hijacking. They were protesting the potential environmental damage caused by oil drilling in the Arctic, where the ship was headed. Lawless and her fellow activists were threatened with arrest, but stood their ground. Because seriously, would you expect anything less from Lucy Lawless? She is a warrior princess -- for the Earth.

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  3. Babes Will Love Your Battery-Powered Batmobile

    Misleading Headline of the Day

    It's the car, right? Chicks dig the car. And more to the point, if she's an environmentally friendly chick, she'll really dig this car. It's a battery powered Batmobile, or BATT-mobile if you prefer.

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  4. Eating Diapers to Save the Planet

    thanks but no thanks

    Sometimes, I think environmentalists get a bad rap for trying to tell us to change our less-than-environmentally-friendly habits. They're only trying to keep the planet clean and not turn it into the garbage dump we had to evacuate in Wall-E. But now I understand why they get that bad rap: bad ideas. It has been discovered that one thing capable of breaking down the cellulose used to make disposable diapers (which takes forever to biodegrade) is a kind of mushroom. And one scientist is proposing that we grow those mushrooms in dirty diapers and eat them.

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