Wal-Mart v. Whole Foods

Yes, I lean a little far left with my conservation stances. I have long hair and I have hugged a few trees in my day so the modern-day hippy moniker can apply when describing me. Not to mention, I am definitely a crunchy, since I eat at least two granola bars a day and I am never far from my bag of all-natural trail mix. My bookshelf, write these titles down by the way, contain almost every book written by Carlos Castaneda, Edward Abbey (you must read The Monkey Wrench Gang), and all of the Beat Generation Poets—Kerouac's Dharma Bums and the poetry of Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, and Kenneth Rexroth all had profound effects on me as a young man. My final confession I USED to shop at Whole Foods Market—you know, that high priced, all-natural, free range, and environmental friendly Yuppie grocery store chain. However, as one following the Zen-Beat path, I can no longer in good faith support a corporation that does not support our oceans. I found a strange-picture me slapping myself here for saying this-conservation bedfellow in the almighty capitalistic whore Wal-Mart.  [url=http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2924750/walmart_v_whole_foods.html?cat=9]Read the Rest[/url]