Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot
Container City: Shipping containers, indispensable tool of the globalized consumer economy, reflect the skyline in Singapore, one of the world’s busiest ports.
I guess Reagan was an OK president if you like played-out memes and whatever, but every Tru Post-War Kid knows the master of presidential IDGAF was Richard “Everything’s Coming up” Milhous Nixon.
21. The time he hung out with Elvis in the Oval Office
“Hey Elvis they should call them tranquLOLizers right?”
20. The time Richard Nixon was the original The Dude.
19. More like SWAG IT TO ME
18. The time he told off his dog’s haters
17. Distrusting the Jews is the definition of fierce.
16. The time he made Agnew his vice president because he DNGAF
15. He is like “we dropped some bombs here guys hashtag DEAL WITH IT”
14. Don’t listen to the haters Dick you are so much cuter than him!!!
13. The time he and Kissinger joked about how it took three tries for the CIA to finally assassinate Chilean army commander-in-chief Rene Schneider.
12. Whoa these guys look pretty swagged out
11. HOTEL PARTY!!!
10. The only president FIERCE enough to say “PEACE OUT” to being president
9. The time he was like “I’d buy THAT for a dollar” to Robocop
8. The time he invented lists
7. Classic Astronaut photobomb
6. The time Nixon repeatedly insinuated that his political opponents were Communists
5. Look how much fun it was to work for him!
4. The time he loved Christmas
1. Look at Pat just chilling with Big Bird like it’s no biggie, CLASSIC PAT NIXON
In conclusion, NIXXXXOONNN!!!!
Alex Pareene writes about politics for Salon and is the author of "The Rude Guide to Mitt." Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @pareeneMore Alex Pareene.
Man Covering His Mouth: A shepherd by the Yellow River cannot stand the smell, Inner Mongolia, China
Angry Crowd: People jostle for food relief distribution following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti
“Black Friday” Shoppers: Aggressive bargain hunters push through the front doors of the Boise Towne Square mall as they are opened at 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 24, 2007, Boise, Idaho, USA
Suburban Sprawl: aerial view of landscape outside Miami, Florida, shows 13 golf courses amongst track homes on the edge of the Everglades.
Toxic Landscape: Aerial view of the tar sands region, where mining operations and tailings ponds are so vast they can be seen from outer space; Alberta, Canada
Ice Waterfall: In both the Arctic and Antarctic regions, ice is retreating. Melting water on icecap, North East Land, Svalbard, Norway
Satellite Dishes: The rooftops of Aleppo, Syria, one of the world’s oldest cities, are covered with satellite dishes, linking residents to a globalized consumer culture.
Child Brides: Tahani, 8, is seen with her husband Majed, 27, and her former classmate Ghada, 8, and her husband in Hajjah, Yemen, July 26, 2010.
Megalopolis: Shanghai, China, a sprawling megacity of 24 Million
Big Hole: The Mir Mine in Russia is the world’s largest diamond mine.
Clear-cut: Industrial forestry degrading public lands, Willamette National Forest, Oregon
Computer Dump: Massive quantities of waste from obsolete computers and other electronics are typically shipped to the developing world for sorting and/or disposal. Photo from Accra, Ghana.
Oil Spill Fire: Aerial view of an oil fire following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, Gulf of Mexico
Airplane Contrails: Globalized transportation networks, especially commercial aviation, are a major contributor of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Photo of contrails in the west London sky over the River Thames, London, England.
Fire: More frequent and more intense wildfires (such as this one in Colorado, USA) are another consequence of a warming planet.