There Is No Revolution Against Plastic

Look. I’ve seen a lot of revolutions in my life time. The American Revolution. The French Revolution. The Russian Revolution. The Cultural Revolution. The Sexual Revolution. The Homosexual Revolution. The Bi-sexual Revolution. The Bi-curious revolution. The Bicycle Revolution. The Cyclops Revolution. The One-Eyed Willy Revolution. The Goonies Revolution.

But one revolution that simply does not exist is the Plastic Revolution. And yet, there’s actually a company that naively believes it is revolting against plastic. According to its website:

“Plastic Revolutions is a full service plastic recycler located in a 300,000 square foot facility in scenic Reidsville, North Carolina. We recycle all forms and grades of plastic scrap, specializing in high molecular weight plastics, such as drums, IBC totes, sheet and other dunnage materials.”

What does this even mean?! I have no idea. And you probably don’t either. But the point is this: we all use plastic things everyday in our lives, and the mere notion of a company revolting against plastic is offensive.


One Response to “There Is No Revolution Against Plastic”

  1. I don’t think they are Revolting against plastics.

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