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I think if he was any kind of true environmentist and really want to make a impact on the environment he could walk to the end of fishermans wharf, expel all the air out of his lungs, and step off, thereby feeding the 1000's of starving crabs of SF bay.
Then we don't have a environmentialist building a plastic boat to sail the big blue in order to make a point about the perils of plastics ( which has already beat'n to death ), that will undoubtedly end up spread all over the Southern waters when he does his impression of the Tin Man's Catamaran, along with the CO2 he man-made with dry ice powder and CH4 he produced with his composting.
But, I'm sure he filed his EIR for this endeavor, being all environmental and such
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