Skip to comments.EarthFirst Mourning Loss of a Tree - Crying & Screaming (Hilarious video)
Posted on 03/12/2010 11:11:57 AM PST by yooling
Just watch. You won't be disappointed.
Oh, that’s just so sad and wrong. ;)
Wanna bet the majority of these folks totally support abortion on demand, including late-term and partial birth abortions?
Watching these bozos makes me want to scream and cry!
Those are some sick and disturbed puppies.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could kidnap this entire group and deposit them in a forest somewhere completely cut off from all modern technology. Let them live off the land for a year or two, and see what happens?
You would find pieces of them in bear scat by the end of the week.
Do it for the saplings!
Won’t someone please think of the saplings???
Oh, I doubt that it would take that long for the bears to find them. Couple of weeks, on the outside.
Maybe the smartest (or more likely, the fastest) would live. That's about it.
Make it retroactive, and give me a decently fast getaway car, and I'd be open to persuasion, myself. ;)
hunh, GMTA. :-)
Wrong, I am disappointed that things like this survive.
I think they should all fully dedicate themselves to the cause and become tree food.
Good Lord. I could only stand a few seconds of this idiocy.
These people are Grade-A, U.S. Choice, Government-Inspected certifiably INSANE. A lifetime of Thorazine or a pre-frontal lobotomy and a permanent residence in a mental hospital somewhere AWAY from normal people is the only thing these people need.
Tom Clancy wrote that in one of his books. They were left naked in the Amazon jungle. I can not recall the name of the book.
The book was “Rainbow Six”.
Happy up... it’s okay.
Any guesses on who these clowns voted for? LOL
In reasonable times these people would be institutionalized.
That is just crazy.
I thought this was auditions for Avatar....
a rock has a “life”?
A scotch tree responds to the tree huggers.
Incidentally, my favorite part of the whole tree hugger thing is the dude with the drum. My instrument of choice would have been the chainsaw...
Watch this reply, from the Scotch Elm:
Ya beat me!! LOL!
Faster on the draw I guess.... : )
An oldie but a goodie.
One hopes they were wallowing in poison oak.
And I’ve got the perfect place. On top of a mountain in Tennessee that has been clear cut. They would have hundreds of thousands of dead trees to mourn.
You know I had to lower the volumn on my speakers when I played that back, all that wailing was upsetting my cats. I almost thought for a half a minute it was some improv group, fooling around, spoofing hippies. Then I realized that they were for real. This is another reason to wear guns when you are in the wilderness, one of these folks might come after you if you accidentally step on the wrong blade of grass, or gather firewood, or what not.
They would have a conniption fit in my backyard :)
Thanks for posting. I needed the reminder that I have to call the tree dude and have one removed from our front yard.
Hopefully when Obamacare passes and everybody has unlimited access to low-cost healtcare, these people will be able to get all the therapy they truly need.
When I was a kid during the hippy heyday, I couldn’t stand hippies. I didn’t know why, I just couldn’t stand them. My mother, being fascinated by them, made sure I was exposed to them a lot.
Now, with an adult perspective, I can look back and understand why I disliked hippies so much. They spend all their energy trying to pretend to be something they are not. They’re big phonies. Just like this group of nutcakes “mourning” the trees. Phonies. You can see it in this video: they’re all trying to convince each other, because none of them actually feel the way they’re portraying themselves.
There are a lot of parodies from this. These EarthFirst folks made public fools of themselves.
Rocks have life?
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