SuperReduce ReuseRepair RecycleLidocious


"super reduce reuse repair recycle li dociaous"
it's so rad the sound of it is something quite ecocious
do and say it loud enough, our earth may not disown us

green giddle giddle giddle, green giddle ay. (2x) c g
b) my .biosphere called me speak, when I was just a .lad, c g
pollution made her species weak, I .knew that made her .sad g7 c
so then one day I heard some words to .save my aching .home, c7 f
the greenest words I ever heard, and .this is how they .goes d d7 g

cho2: super-reduce-reuse-repair-recycle-li-dociaous c g
super-ecologi-listic-environment-docious g g7 c
super-planet-earth-is-fragile-so-be-eco-docious c c7 f
super-environmental-for-all-the-life-li-docious f c g c

green giddle giddle giddle, green giddle ay. (2x) c g
m) the species all around the world and everywhere they live c g
say use these words to show you care, eco gal and gent g7 c
b) when eco slobs or eco creeps you hear about or see c7 f
exclaim these special words and help them go sustainably d d7 g

+ cho1
green giddle giddle giddle, green giddle ay. (2x) c g
m) so when polluters sting your tongue, there's no need to de.lay c g
just summon up green words, and then you've got a lot to say g7 c
no need to use them carefully, they're good for all the life, c f
each night be kissed by mother earth, and every critters wife d d7 g

+ cho2 + cho2 fast


[first verse markup:
super-reduce-reuse-repair-recycle-li-dociaous c g
it's so rad the sound of it is something .quite e.cocious. g7 c
do and say it loud enough, our earth may not disown us c c7 f
super-reduce-reuse-repair-recycle-li-dociaous f c g c]

SuperReduce ReuseRepair RecycleLidocious stele c12 (lyrics)
XOEarth.NET/mp3/ SuperReduce ReuseRepair RecycleLidocious .mp3

Note: For a simple version, sing only SuperReduceReuseRepair RecycleLidocious. That's what XOEarth Man often does when on Pearl Street in Boulder.

SuperReduceReuseRepairRecycleLidocious :: Smarty Poppins

supercalifragilisticexpialidocious :: Mary Poppins


Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Mary Poppins Sherman Brothers

Wikipedia excerpt April 10, 2012: Origin
According to Richard M. Sherman, co-writer of the song with his brother, Robert, the word was created by them in two weeks, mostly out of double-talk.[2]

The roots of the word have been defined[3] as follows: super- "above", cali- "beauty", fragilistic- "delicate", expiali- "to atone", and docious- "educable", with the sum of these parts signifying roughly "Atoning for educability through delicate beauty." Although the word contains recognizable English morphemes, it does not follow the rules of English morphology as a whole. The morpheme -istic is a suffix in English, whereas the morpheme ex- is typically a prefix; so following normal English morphological rules, it would represent two words: supercalifragilistic and expialidocious. The pronunciation also leans towards it being two words since the letter c doesn't normally sound like a k when followed by an e, an i or a y.

According to the film, it is defined as "something to say when you have nothing to say".[4]

Sherman Brothers (music)


THE 3R'S STILL RULE [This Green Life / NRDC]
Consumer product companies are always selling us a new bill of goods. The latest is that we can shop our way to a healthier planet. Over the years, they've also told us that cool cars would make us free and diet soda would make us popular. But there are some things money -- and advertising -- can't buy, and a clean environment is one of them. 3Rs on the brain

The hard fact is that global warming, deforestation and other earthly ills cannot be solved by switching brands.

It takes resources to manufacture and transport all products, even those made from recycled content. At the very least, energy is spent. And spending resources leaves the world poorer, not better off.

So do what you will if you are itching for something new -- there are no environmental police here -- but don't kid yourself. Buying nothing is better for the earth than buying green.


Repair [This Green Life / NRDC]
... fixing things can still make financial sense if you take the right approach and is a great way to save waste—of water, energy and other essential resources. Here's how to go about it.
Shop differently. Look for things that don't just fit the bill, but are built to last and be repaired.
• Consult online customer reviews of products to check for potential problems down the road.
• When shopping for things that might come with a warranty, see that they do, and make sure the warranty is for a good length of time, not just a year. Register the warranty if suggested and keep it in a safe place, along with the sales receipt to establish your date of purchase.
• Avoid products with warnings that opening the back or replacing a part will void the warranty.
• Confirm that any necessary replacement parts or refills (such as specialized batteries, bulbs or toner) can be had at a reasonable price.
• Steer clear of products made of flimsy materials.
• Be willing to spend more for durability and quality to save money in the long run.

Try fixing things yourself. Get over the idea that you couldn't possibly do it. Many repairs are simple, provided you have clear instructions.
• Follow troubleshooting tips in the product manual or on the manufacturer's website.
• Use free online repair guides for appliances, bicycles, laptops, Macs, phones and game consoles and wood furniture.
• Search for video tutorials on YouTube. (Add the name of the thing you want to fix to the search field.)
• Spring for a repair book, such as How to Fix Everything for Dummies.
• Look for local classes conducted by hobbyist groups, shops or community centers.


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