I’ve never seen a newspaper tell us how many trees they cut down and how many metric tons of carbon dioxide could have been scrumptiously enjoyed by said trees, had they not been murdered so liberals could read propaganda in paper form.
Not that it’s anything we think the New York Times Company should do, but we thought it was worth pointing out that it costs the Times about twice as much money to print and deliver the newspaper over a year as it would cost to send each of its subscribers a brand new Amazon Kindle instead.
If you don’t know what a Kindle is, you really should check this out and watch the embedded vids. I was amazed when I peeped it and you will be too!
Here’s a few shots to give you an idea.
The Kindle has 16 shades of gray on its special screen which reduces eye strain and diminishes glare.
And even though you can browse hundreds of thousands of books and periodicals for days on end with its special battery, it’s as thin as a magazine.
The math behind the New York Times wasteful, anti-motherearth methods can be found here.