My Idea For the World's Worst-Selling Product

This bit of eco-goofiness got me thinking

I ran into a friend at the corner drugstore the other day. This friend happens to have both beautiful looks and powerful progressive politics. She was standing in the cosmetics aisle looking bewildered. Which products might be best for the planet and healthiest for her face?

What would be the worst-possible green product, from a financial perspective?  I finally settled on this one:  Low carbon handgun ammunition, for the progressive Bay Area resident who is worried that her concealed carry Glock 9 is creating too many greenhouse gasses down at the firing range.

Postscript: Because I almost never post much on gun topics, I will take the opportunity to plug my friend's new product, a barrel stabilizer for a Ruger mini-14.  It looks great, it works, and it is about half the price of other solutions.  His web site for the Mo-rod mini-15 barrel stabilizer is here.

  • http://www.hoffmang.com Gene Hoffman

    The saddest part? CCW is illegal and its taken real work to keep the right of San Franciscans to own firearms at all...

    You think you're kidding but the next thing after the gun ban crowd goes after ammo (and loses) is for them to go after ranges for a host of "environmental" issues...

    -Gene

  • morganovich

    i think i can undersell you with my "inflatable dartboard".

  • http://www.humanadvancement.net/blog Kyle Bennett

    Atlas Shrugged printed on post-consumer recycled paper

  • realist gun nut

    Hmmm, why does it need a barrel stabilizer? When I used the L1A1 (FN) 7.62x51mm it never needed a barrel stabilizer.

  • Kelly Byrd

    CCW in the Bay Area? I snorted coffee over that one!

  • Craig

    To go in the other direction with this, how about a hybrid NASCAR car that increases fuel efficiency with only "minor" reductions in speed? This would be for the driver that is concerned about his environmental impact.