Eco-NutMobile to Tour USA
Apparently advertisers haven’t gotten the word that most of us have been fed to the teeth with the politically correct eco-craze. The greenwashing of every imaginable product continues. Now Planters wants us to associate eating peanuts with saving the polar bears from their imaginary plight:
A new peanut-shaped NutMobile is the latest in the line of eco-friendly rides. Mr. Peanuts’ new vehicle boasts of being environmentally friendly from its structure to fuel, and to usage of sustainable sources of energy to power lights and radio. …
The NutMobile is a modified version of an Isuzu NPR box truck that is powered by turbo-diesel of 5.2L capacity that can run on biodiesel made out of peanut oil. The fiber glass body of the NutMobile is crafted out of non-toxic epoxy, organic compounds and vinyl.
The doorframes, headlamps and glass are taken from old vehicles — hence, recycled. Wind turbine and solar panels are attached onto the vehicle producing energy for powering the LED lights and radio. The wooden flooring inside is also made out of recycled wood from an 18th century barn.
The NutMobile will set off on a tour of the USA this month, in hopes of convincing moonbats to become nuttier than ever.
On a tip from Air2air. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
Things have reached a pretty pass when France has to rescue Britons from the mess their moonbattery has gotten them
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