Back to the Future: The Hartz Edition

November 18, 2013 at 2:17 pm Leave a comment

Remember how, in Back to the Future, Marty McFly travels back in time and sees what things were like when his parents were his age? The Internet will serve as our plutonium-powered DeLorean today. Let’s set the target date to December 12, 1990, activate the flux capacitor, and see what Hartz Mountain Corporation was up to 23 years ago.

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Oh, man, what a snoozefest! Nothing has changed! Hartz was killing pets for profit and denying responsibility back then, just like they are doing today! Oh, and look — there’s the EPA, sort of pretending to do something about it, but not really — just like in 2013!

Well, this is boring. If only we had more plutonium and 1.21 jigowatts of electrical power, we could set our target date to 1925, the year before Hartz Mountain was founded, and find a way to keep the company from ever being formed.

Realistic alternative: Tell everyone you know about the dangers of Hartz (and similar nearly unregulated) products. If enough people learn the truth and commit themselves to getting the information out there, there won’t be a Hartz in the future. And we’d pay to see a movie with that happy ending!

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Tell the EPA to Take Action!

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Pesticide Programs
Mail Code 7501P
1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
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Call 703-305-7090 and ask to speak with Office Director Debbie Edwards, Deputy Office Director for Programs Steven Bradbury, or Deputy Office Director for Management Marty Monell.

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