Remember back in the old days when we had electric vehicles and recycled bottles?
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11/13/2021 11:31 AM
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Yes and the unsecured milk, dairy, cheese, orange juice was safe and not stolen much. Sometimes by kids messing about a bottle or two.
And the produce was from local farms and non commercial, fair proce for all, no shareholdres involved, kept the local faremer in non massive farms, passed on generation to generation, kept the "Milkmans" family going, was a better community due to them, and less polluting as milk not being trucked hundreds of miles to supermarkets at proces so low the generational farmers have had to sell up and the commercial ones take over.
The Milkman would come and collect the money and people would pay and he would be safe, everyone knew them.
Decentralised amazon how it should be.
It also happened with as in the USA "Soda" or here soft drinks, left in peoples gardens and on the road would be there when got home, glass reused and picked up.
Unlike now then, thouse electric vehicles would last for decades.
There could be hope though maybe something from Rona and people stopping plastic use so much
However,I am sure very soon the very concept and description wil be changed and hijacked probably illegal and get people sent to coventry for a hate crime so maybe just maybe
the "Milk(unless that is rascist and unconscious bias in it) Pro Noun" hopefully will disrupt the monopolised plutocratic one farm, one multinational, great milk reset.
May God Bless You
Pray Hope & Dont Worry
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