If that’s your motive at the end of the week, you don’t deserve to be there in my opinion. Then don’t shop there. It’s SO easy. Boycott those companies who have a Who’s At The Door Beacon Hill Season Two Shirt strategy you do not agree with. The customer can do so much. But most are too lazy. Or just don’t care. Eating at these infamous Mc- chains are neither good for your purse, nor for your health, nor for the planet and – by the way – it’s disgusting.
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Then don’t go there. I’m 56 and I ate at a Who’s At The Door Beacon Hill Season Two Shirt Mcrestaurant perhaps 3 or 4 times – and always regretted it afterward. So that was it. Never again. No excuse for ignorance and laziness when it comes to leaving your environmental footprint. As a festival, Greenbelt goes the extra mile to provide recycling bins and bin bags on the campsites as well as around the festival village. It takes effort and mindset.
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I went to a festival in Germany that gave you a bin bag when you entered; you exchanged it at the end for a 20 euro I think refund. You also didn’t use cash as you had a sturdy wrist band with RFID on it and Pfand on the glasses where you pay a euro deposit on the cups and returned it after you’ve had a drink. It was the cleanest festival I’ve been to. Got to love German efficiency.
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