but the world is full of zanies and fools who don’t believe in sensible rules, and won’t believe what sensible people say. and because these daft and dewey-eyed dopes keep building up impossible hopes, impossible things are happening everyday
UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has now created the first outlet in the country to be powered solely through food waste.
Collaborating with waste recycling company Biffa, the company has developed a facility close to its Cannock, West Midlands store that has enabled it to leave the grid completely. Like many other supermarkets, the outlet marks down any fruit and vegetable products at the end of the day if they’re no longer good to sell.
However, if they’re still not sold they’re handed over to charitable organizations that can still use it, or used to create animal feed. If it’s not suitable for any of that, the food waste is picked up from a nearby Sainsbury’s depot by Biffa, which uses its anaerobic digestion facility to turn the waste into electricity. A 1.5km cable is then used to send the energy — enough to power day-to-day operation of a store — back to the Cannock outlet.
Got all of this weekend off, decided to finally wear my corset again after not having worn it in a while. It fits entirely differently now that I’ve lost so much weight.
30allmylife : hahaha, nah, it is totally okay. like i said, you can expect semi-regular mailings from me, just like cards and sometimes letters and whatnot, but i don’t expect reciprocation. getting to send stuff is fun enough :) yaaayyyy liiinndddyyyyyy
"The American jets were called Phantoms, because they appeared out of nowhere, and by the time you saw the plane, the rockets were already heading toward you. My friend and I were doing maintenance on the machinery when our factory was bombed. We heard the plane coming and tried to run toward the coal vault, but before we got there a missile tore him in half."