Cheesburgers in America, and the carbon footprint

Dallas, Texas
April 2, 2016 5:50pm CST
Its not just the heat generated to cook them, it's the amount of energy it takes to raise the cattle, to deliver the grain, to prepare the cheese and eventually the added methane from farting cows! Billions of burgers a year on the wall, billions of burgers a year, take one down, and pass it around, it's now 999,999,999 burgers a year on the wall with cheese!
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@LoriAMoore (9922)
• United States
2 Apr 16
You're on an environmental roll of postings. Interesting.
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• Dallas, Texas
2 Apr 16
Thank you for that.
@Corbin5 (81320)
• United States
2 Apr 16
I feel pretty darn good right now since I am a vegetarian. Actually, I suppose I do not eat anything that farts and that is a good thing. Huh! My husband eats stuff that farts. Too cool.
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• Dallas, Texas
2 Apr 16
I am proud of you for that. You might even inspire others to stop eating those farting 4 legged furry milk making mammals.