The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary

Via on Aug 20, 2010

In matters of single-use plastic you can laugh, or you can cry. Since it’s Friday, I figured we could all use a laugh.

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Props to Heal the Bay for putting this hilarious mockumentary together, in the hopes of getting all of us to see the absurdity of our obsession with, and dependence on, this single-use product.

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4 Responses to “The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary”

  1. Joseph Boquiren Joseph Boquiren says:

    It has a feel of the Nature documentaries on PBS. Nice work!

  2. Kenton says:

    I hope no plastic bags were harmed during the filming. It would have been nice to see a disclaimer. Now I'll always wonder.

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