Pic of the day: Yuppie + Hippie = LOHAS hypocrisy.

Via elephant journal
on Sep 12, 2009
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Why would a Hummer-lover shop at Whole Foods? Not because they care about the environment.

hummer whole foods

Thanks for the tip to Ryan Brosmer, who talks more about going to Whole Foods here.


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6 Responses to “Pic of the day: Yuppie + Hippie = LOHAS hypocrisy.”

  1. "… a vegan driving a hummer would be contributing less greenhouse gas carbon emissions than a meat eater riding a bicycle" Captain Paul Watson, founder of the Sea Shepherds ( http://ow.ly/p7R0 )

    I commented on this here as well http://ow.ly/p7tm

  2. swati jr* says:

    further proof that WFM is too big for their britches….

    WFM threatens to sue the OCA:

    maybe we shouldn't ask why a Bummer driving freak shops there? kinda goes with the territory it seems……

  3. Chris in Texas says:

    And that Hummer is in a handicapped spot too! I wonder if there was a handicapped sticker in the window.

    I'm sure that Hummer driver was congratulating him/herself for being so kind and only taking one parking spot (as opposed to the normal two…sideways…we often see here in Texas.

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