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  • commented 2016-05-19 16:56:40 -0300
    Hi i am a grade 6 student researching your NGO i need more information like : how you educate the public about this?How do you protest how do you get involved how does the government notice you?
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  • commented 2016-03-07 10:04:23 -0400
    Why we need WORLD CITIZENS UNITED.

    I would imagine that it was fairly easy to form the organization we call the United Nations. One national leader suggested the concept to another and the idea escalated until all 190 plus nations were together under one roof trying to find ways to keep some semblance of peace on the planet. This is all well and good but what happens when the planet’s seas, fresh water, atmosphere, soil, biodiversity etc. are so badly degraded and poisoned that all life is threatened and diminished? On top of this we have rapid breakdowns of human rights, diminishing democracies, the increasing concentration of media and information, population problems, nuclear concerns, genetically modified organism concerns, and a plague of plastic turning the oceans into a toxic soup. In this dire and ever-expanding situation the people desperately have formed literally millions of NGOs and countless activist groups in pretty much every community on earth as they try to persuade our elected political representatives to please do something.

    While we frantically organize and chaotically struggle for corrective action, we are hassled, hampered and patronized by moneyed market forces which have a strong interaction and collaboration with politicians and political parties, not to mention despotic leaders in non-democratic countries. (Where they trample on human rights, steal resources, expropriate the people’s commons and ignore environmental laws and practices.)

    We socially and environmentally minded individuals and groups are completely fragmented and disorganized beyond all belief; consequently and regrettably we have little hope of effectively impacting on any of the disasters facing us unless we somehow find a new innovative way to make a significant number of our diverse and scattered world’s citizens collectively more influential and forceful. We have the will but we have yet to find ‘the way’. It as if we are knocking on closed and locked doors trying to be heard all at the same time. We are ignored while our political representatives and corporate power are inside forging our destiny without any significant input from us.

    This dire situation could be much improved if we could just get ourselves established into a powerful enough cooperative worldwide organization with a shared universal mission.

    The first questions we need to ask ourselves are “must we do something and is it worthwhile” To this I think it is obvious. Is success attainable? I think that it really is, providing we put the power of united world citizens both before and behind corrective initiatives and bypass the naysayers.

    NGOs would still operate their organisations independent of any new org. They could collaborate if they wish, and together sort the issues and put them in order. They would be free to independently offer advice to legislations when it became apparent that the people are demanding action and that their expertise is needed to implement such action.

    If the United Nations was seen as the hope for peace then why do we not see the need for a similar group; possibly called United World Citizens or something similar; as a means to correcting pressing social and environmental issues?

    Let’s assume for a moment that we could somehow bring all of the problems to one place. What would we need to do?

    IDENTIFY THE PROBLEMS

    Collect and write out all of the problems that need addressing so that the depth of the overall situation is clear to one and all. I can guarantee you that there are more active NGOs then there are problems, and that there are many problems that have no defenders or representatives whatsoever.

    CATEGORIZE THE PROBLEMS

    Next we need to put the problems (separate issues) into categories. I am going to suggest that there are be no more than 26 categories for reasons that will be apparent later although this is not absolutely essential.

    PRIORITIZE THE PROBLEMS

    Prioritize the issues within each category and put them into a 25 year plan. Don’t worry, as the priorities can be changed and rearranged as data comes in and membership grows.

    CHOOSE THE FIRST ISSUES

    It may be best to put something relatively simple at the top of the list rather than the most ominous issue/problem, remembering that it will take time for this new organization to gather significant worldwide member support. (I will put examples for a single category at the end just to show how this would work)

    Simple mathematics will now show that we have 26 X 25 issues to put to the membership for their personal input and consideration – the total equals 650 separate issues spaced over 25 years. (A good start)

    USE EXISTING INFORMATION

    NGO’s and other groups have a lot of information in their data bases with which we can make informed decisions. These groups will be important to the new organization and movement as they can help with identifying and prioritizing and establishing the first and subsequent issues that will be put forward.

    PUT THE CATEGORIES INTO A REPEATING ORDER

    Take the 26 or so categories and put them into a sequence so that they can be presented to the membership for input and consideration one at a time. If we use 26 categories, and allow a two week period between publication and email distribution of a new petition to the membership, we can address an issue in each and every category in each year of the plan. (This is not absolutely essential)

    ESTABLISH A SET TIME FRAME

    It is important that the membership is not overwhelmed with action requests too frequently. A minimum of a 14 day interval is suggested as this allows time to research, ponder and sign. Also, governments receiving such petitions will not be overwhelmed on a daily basis from multiple sources.

    PUT THE WORLD ON NOTICE

    Remember that we must visualize the whole world and all the people as one community with all problems affecting all its citizens’ welfare. Once the categories and issues have been established, the whole world including business leaders and politicians everywhere on the planet, will effectively be put on notice that we are determined to press for remedial action now and in the foreseeable future, or until the job is done. Anyone, anywhere, will be able to see for themselves what is in the proverbial “pipeline” and slatted for corrective action.

    SEND E-PETITION TO THE LEADERS OF EVERY NATION

    Email the petition to every member for consideration and signing. If the member agrees with the suggested petition’s objectives then it is signed and the totals tabulated. After a designated time frame the signed e-petition is sent to every political legislative power in each and every country.

    WHY CATEGORIES?

    I personally have a great desire to see reductions in the unrestrained use of PLASTIC for reasons I will make clear below. Alternatively hormone-mimicking chemicals in products create a host of problems beyond the scope of this paper. I also have concern for FOOD safety. In the category of HUMAN RIGHTS I would like to see a worldwide ban on female genital mutilation. Therefore, I would enthusiastically subscribe to the categories of PLASTIC, TOXINS, FOOD and HUMAN RIGHTS. With these choices I would then be asked to participate and consider only 4 petitions per year. If I choose to support others in their causes, I could then simply change my settings to include or perhaps exclude categories at any time. Someone who hates the phony governments produced by plurality/majority voting might sign up for DEMOCRACY/VOTING as they push for proportional representative voting. The same person may dislike nuclear power plants and add NUCLEAR ISSUES to his or her list. Another might prefer WATER RESOURCES and LAND/SOIL LOSS DEGRADATION as they push for natural burial of the human body to prevent formaldehyde from leeching into ground water. Another might choose POPULATION CONCERNS as it gets little attention from anyone. Eventually all categories would have their champions.

    SET CRITERIA FOR PETITIONS

    Most groups that currently use e-petitions are reacting to human rights violations within single nations. Other petitions may be to protect a species like a butterfly (always the Monarch) or bees and other pollinators. (Category SPECIES) Our petitions however must meet more stringent criteria. I suggest that the following two questions be asked before an issue is put to the members.

    Does this action benefit the welfare of the planet?

    Does this action undo or prevent an injustice against all humankind?

    DEVELOP MULTI LANGUAGE CAPABILITIES

    As this is a global effort we need to have multi-language capabilities just like the UN. As the movement grows, volunteers would provide translation services.

    AVOID POLITICAL AND MARKET FORCES

    The UN is awash with political intrigue and corporate pressures. Powerful nations exert their will on the less powerful and use money, economic pressure and veto power to get their own way. Assassination is also now an accepted policy of many nations which includes all of the permanent Security Council. This new organization must avoid such outside influence and stick with the concept of one member, one vote. Every citizen on the planet can participate if they have access to social media.

    STEAL GOOD IDEAS FROM OTHERS

    AVAAZ and others use e-petitions quite effectively. They also have a good record for gathering members to the cause. They have an enviable 42,000,000 members at last count. Unlike AVAAZ we would cover all 26 categories and e-petition all 190 plus nations whereas they cover only a few categories and e-petition single legislations or corporations.

    EXAMPLE OF HOW THIS MIGHT WORK

    As an example of how this might work, let’s assume that in step one we decided that PLASTIC was a distinct and separate category that needed to be addressed. If you watched a recent documentary regarded the pollution of the oceans with plastic you might agree that this would be a suitable and essential category. The program suggested that the problem lies in the world’s recycling and waste management programs. This is a grave error in judgment as plastic and the manufacturing in plastic is the problem itself. It is a problem so harmful that it potentially threatens all that exists.

    Can we eliminate all manufacturing in plastic? – Not realistically or likely! Can we eliminate manufacturing of drinking straws from plastic? Why not? Using straws made of waxed paper would not diminish my lifestyle at all, but it would be a small step for correcting earth’s ecosystem. So, we make it an issue for inclusion and our collective attention somewhere in the 25 year plan.

    Using the above logic, after demanding “No manufacturing of plastic straws” we could combine several related issues and demand “No manufacturing of plastic net bags for citrus, onion and garlic.” Manufacturers and suppliers could revert back to twisted paper code bags. Sure, some manufacturers will cry foul and that is unfortunate. We survived the problems they created when they destroyed our shoe industry, our appliance industry, our textile industry, our ship building industry etc. They will adjust just as they forced us to adjust.

    Next might come “No excess plastic may be used as fillers in packaging of food products.” My life style would not be diminished.

    As we progress we might demand “No manufacturing of toys in plastic”. Kids would still have toys to play with, as manufacturers look to alternative material. Life would not be diminished what-so-ever.

    Let’s try attempting something that might be more contentious. “No packaging of toothpaste in plastic tubes” I’m not sure that this could ever be accomplished but really, if my tooth paste came in powder form in a little tinned or cardboard container I’m sure I could cope. Also, billions of empty non-biodegradable tubes would be essentially removed from the ecosystem each and every year, forever and ever. (Imagine the number of albatross that might survive because there were billions fewer plastic caps to feed (and kill) their fledgling offspring)

    Here are a few more to consider. (You are welcome to offer more.) “No plastic in razor manufacturing”, “No plastic coat hangers”, “No plastic stickers on fruit and vegetables”, “No plastic inserts in bottles”, “No plastic to be used in vegetable/olive oil containers” “No injection molded chairs” etc. Again my life style would not be diminished.

    We eventually get to harder and harder issues. It we look to the problem with manmade fibers we will find a singularly horrendous problem. All clothing and carpets break down and shed fibers. Millions of tons of these fibers are washed into the oceans where they become part of the food chain that reaches ever upwards. This ocean of toxic soup is a crisis that can be reduced because we know what is causing it. We have about 35 natural plant and animal fibers that can be used as replacements to synthetics. We just need to accept the obvious and make some dramatic changes.

    In this exercise, I have addressed only one category of problems and only a few issues within said category. NGOs, individuals and other groups could put together a much more comprehensive list.

    It is imperative that the people themselves become empowered if we are to make any meaningful headway on social and environmental issues. How can we accomplish this goal? I’m not sure but it will not start with one business leader or one politician asking another how to unite people worldwide into a single movement. It will start with one individual asking another, without the political posturing and moneyed market forces getting in the way.
  • commented 2016-03-03 10:18:29 -0400
    wish to know more
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  • commented 2015-12-01 23:24:29 -0400
    Keep up the good work. I have just donated to your cause and will try to find other ways to support your amazing energy and commitment to climate change.
  • commented 2015-11-30 16:34:13 -0400
    Hello Canadian Youth Climate Coalition


    My name is Golbon Moltaji, I am a PhD Candidate at Uo​ttawa. I was ​doing a bit of ​research to put together a syllabus for ​a course​ I will be teaching when, I came across ​a relatively new paradigm in the field that ​you might find interesting.

    ​The course is called "​Engineering in Global Policies: Economic Issues "​ and emphasizes on International nature of the topics being treated, the relation with ​​sustainable development and the Third ​I​industrial ​R​evolution​. I have been pre-selected to teach it in Catholic De Lille in France next summer. Mind you, I am a researcher in political economy and environmental concerns matter to me more as a human fellow than anything else.



    ​Now, Third Industrial Revolution is a concept introduced by Jeremy Rifkin, an American political activist and professor​. You might know him. He​ advocates for the use of lateral social relationships for decentralization of ​power and ​energy​ and for achieving sustainable modes of production​ (​distribution of energy ​similar to information​ as we speak​). He believes that economic crises and environmental risks of the day are intertwined and, in a essence should be dealt with through communal collaborations rather than corporate solutions.


    Below is a video of his ​one of ​speeches in Europe. According to him it is feasible to think that re-invigoration of the manufacturing infrastructures ​to ​naturally ​compatible ​systems, potentially ​could ​empower economy by shifting from market capital to people’s capital, universally.


    I couldn’t help but to want to share this with you. I have shared it with Hon. Mckenna as well. I am hoping that Canada will pick up on convergence of economy and climate soon enough!


    http://youtu.be/naXLMlqlxdo
  • commented 2015-11-29 15:31:59 -0400
    Nimra Amjad will attend the Climate Change Conference in Paris. How does she plan to get there, swim? A wise man once said no oil no commerce. Pay attention to what Maren Bzdell has sent to email site. Yet another thing you can not have without oil.
  • commented 2015-11-21 03:09:08 -0400
    Hi, there is a grade 8 class in Vancouver who would like to send along with you, their climate justice messages to world leaders. Is there anyone of you who could receive their mail or emails, and take them along to Paris?
  • commented 2015-11-11 10:51:34 -0400
    Hi, My name is Sydney and i am going to be in Paris for the climate youth conference (COY11) as well as the COP21. I wanted to know if i could join in the Canadian Youth Delegation’s activities and meet you guys prior. I am a student at Concordia University in the divest Concordia group. I have done a few actions with Kiki as well and would love to meet you all.


    Hope to hear from you!

    Sydney Bhalla
  • commented 2015-11-09 22:56:39 -0400
    Please join us brunch and great networking and discussion on the COP21 Paris. Here is registration and more information: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/earthtoparis-coffee-brunch-and-climate-reality-watch-party-tickets-19466790695
  • commented 2015-10-12 07:27:10 -0300
    Dear Canadian Youth Climate Coalition team,


    My name is Malte, I am part of the Online Education team at Climate-KIC. Our research on climate-related youth initiatives let us discover you, and we would like to express how much we appreciate your work. Keep it up! :) We also would like to inform you about our latest project that – we believe – can represent a valuable addition to your efforts and an interesting source of information for your audience: just recently, we launched a new-generation action-based course on renewable energy innovation – the REI MOOC. It aims to help solve the challenges facing renewable energy.


    Registration is open now and we would be pleased to see people from your organization become a part of it. And of course we would very much appreciate if you would share this with your network.


    If you are interested in finding out more, please do not hesitate to contact us! We are happy to provide you with more detailed information.


    You can access the course here: http://learning.climate-kic.org/courses/rei-mooc, and follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/climatekicstart


    With best wishes,

    Malte Krieger

    Site Communication Administrator

    Climate-KIC Nordic

    malte@climate-kic-nordic.org


    Anker Engelunds Vej 1, Building 101A, 2800 Kgs Lyngby, Denmark

    www.climate-kic.org
  • commented 2015-07-09 10:14:07 -0300
    HELLO!


    My name is Aurélia Durand, I am a french designer specialized in sustainability and I currently work and live in Copenhagen.


    Inspired by this nordic city, I draw a serie of illustrations about the different mutations caused by the climate change. You can see here: www.ad-illustrator.tumblr.com. The brutality of the illustrations aim to show the emergency and the reality that our world is going through.


    I would like to know if you would like to collaborate with me to make illustrations about climate change. I would be really honored to work with a organization as yours.


    I am looking forward to hear about you,


    Best regards,


    AD_


    Aurélia Durand

    www.aureliadurandesign.com (Oficial website)

    www.facebook.com/pages/AD-/294362307354418 (Facebook page)

    www.instagram.com/nostra
    terra/ (Instagram)

    www.ad-illustrator.tumblr.com (Tumblr)

    +45 50378885 (Dk)
  • followed this page 2015-05-26 12:48:54 -0300
  • commented 2015-05-26 12:47:14 -0300
    Hello,


    Great work you folks are doing, nice web site.


    Do you folks have any contacts for youth groups in the Maratimes? I recently got a web site up www.dearbriangallant.ca and I want to get some local exposure.


    Any suggestions would be appreciated.


    Thanks,

    Peter Gilbert

    Smithfield, NB, Canada

    www.tragedyofthecommons.ca
  • commented 2015-04-19 13:38:35 -0300
    FYI your “About us” menu link appears broken. Nothing happens when i click on it but the other options do work.
  • commented 2015-01-17 17:24:13 -0400
    Hello, I’m part of a small group of parents who want to become active in environmental advocacy with our young children. We’re thinking of hosting a divestment event for families in Toronto on February 14. We’d need to pull together a number of things in a short time: free/inexpensive venue, speaker, family performer/entertainer, etc. Do you have any suggestions or connections in your network that might help out. Thanks!

    Vicki
  • commented 2015-01-04 14:11:13 -0400
    Hi I would like to learn more about what your organization does and possibly get involved.

    I was just trying to make a donation but I don’t have a credit card. I would still like to hear more.


    Zach Barill
  • commented 2014-12-18 02:44:44 -0400
    Most Innovative ideas for community based climate change projects developed by young people never come to fruition because the young people who are proposing the projects cannot access the funds required to finance the project from traditional institutional &/or public funding sources.

    The World Climate Change Challenge is now providing a platform & support to assist up to 250 innovative young climate project developers per year raise the necessary funds required to implement their projects within their community.

    If you or one of your members have an innovative idea which you believe will help your community better adapt to, or mitigate the effects of climate change visit www.worldclimatechangechallenge.org to find out how we can help you finance & implement your project.
  • commented 2014-11-25 04:37:40 -0400
    Dear members


    World Politics contains some of the world’s worst climate change deniers who should be held accountable for their actions.


    Please take the time to watch this 3 minute video presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1xQb4Xx2_g


    and nominate Politicians in your countries you believe should be added.


    Thanks


    Paul
  • commented 2014-10-23 06:36:05 -0300
    Dear Sir,


    Greetings from Dhaka, Bangladesh!!!

    I am working climate change issues in Bangladesh. At the same time I am tracking climate change issues and negotiations locally and internationally. As you know Bangladesh is the most vulnerable country due to climate change. This country have not enough skill to deal with climate negotiate. I am trying as my personal level to raise the voice for the government of Bangladesh to deal better negotiations for international level. I have blog Climate Change Issues Negotiations and Bangladesh Position (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Climate-Change-Issues-Negotiations-and-Bangladesh-Position/582844268435933).Where I am tracking the latest information about the climate change policy and other information. I am regular disseminating the news through the mention blog site.


    If you have to know about anything about Bangladesh or interest to work/research just let me know. I am happy to work for that. Indeed of that it will be great and honor to join/work/member through your organization.


    Best Wishes


    Md. Mahmudur Rahman

    German House

    CFG

    House-10/A, Road-90, Gulshan-2,

    Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh.

    Mobile No: +8801911561912

    Email: mahmud_ju239@yahoo.com
  • commented 2014-10-02 05:31:31 -0300
    Après le vent et le soleil, qui viendra agrandir la famille des énergies renouvelables ?


    « PAHATCHI HATCHI »


    ! ! ! NOUVEAU RECIT GRATUIT 5 – 8 ANS … à découvrir sur


    http://www.contespedagogiques.be/choix_6_contes.html


    Thème : découverte de l’énergie renouvelable houlomotrice (à partir des vagues) ainsi que de l’existence d’une sorte d’ours, croisement d’un grizzly et d’un ours polaire.


    + Note pour suivi pédagogique


    Nous comptons vraiment sur vous pour diffuser largement ce nouvel outil pédagogique réalisé en collaboration avec l’International Polar Foundation et d’avance nous vous en remercions.


    Marie, Muriel et Myriam Dielemans

    Enseignantes et auteures

    International Polar Foundation

    www.educapoles.org

    www.contespedagogiques.be
  • commented 2014-08-11 11:33:48 -0300
    If you do not use any of the following products and have NO companies inputting into your local economy for the Oil Sands industry…

    Clothing Ink

    Heart Valves

    Crayons

    Parachutes

    Telephones

    Enamel

    Transparent tape

    Antiseptics

    Vacuum bottles

    Deodorant

    Pantyhose

    Rubbing Alcohol

    Carpets

    Epoxy paint

    Oil filters

    Upholstery

    Hearing Aids

    Car sound insulation

    Cassettes

    Motorcycle helmets

    Pillows

    Shower doors

    Shoes

    Refrigerator linings

    Electrical tape

    Safety glass

    Awnings

    Salad bowl

    Rubber cement

    Nylon rope

    Ice buckets

    Fertilizers

    Hair coloring

    Toilet seats

    Denture adhesive

    Loudspeakers

    Movie film

    Fishing boots

    Candles

    Water pipes

    Car enamel

    Shower curtains

    Credit cards

    Aspirin

    Golf balls

    Detergents

    Sunglasses

    Glue

    Fishing rods

    Linoleum

    Plastic wood

    Soft contact lenses

    Trash bags

    Hand lotion

    Shampoo

    Shaving cream

    Footballs

    Paint brushes

    Balloons

    Fan belts

    Umbrellas

    Paint Rollers

    Luggage

    Antifreeze

    Model cars

    Floor wax

    Sports car bodies

    Tires

    Dishwashing liquids

    Unbreakable dishes

    Toothbrushes

    Toothpaste

    Combs

    Tents

    Hair curlers

    Lipstick

    Ice cube trays

    Electric blankets

    Tennis rackets

    Drinking cups

    House paint

    Rollerskate wheels

    Guitar strings

    Ammonia

    Eyeglasses

    Ice chests

    Life jackets

    TV cabinets

    Car battery cases

    Insect repellent

    Refrigerants

    Typewriter ribbons

    Cold cream

    Glycerin

    Plywood adhesive

    Cameras

    Anesthetics

    Artificial turf

    Artificial Limbs

    Bandages

    Dentures

    Mops

    Beach Umbrellas

    Ballpoint pens

    Boats

    Nail polish

    Golf bags

    Caulking

    Tape recorders

    Curtains

    Vitamin capsules

    Dashboards

    Putty

    Percolators

    Skis

    Insecticides

    Fishing lures

    Perfumes

    Shoe polish

    Petroleum jelly

    Faucet washers

    Food preservatives

    Antihistamines

    Cortisone

    Dyes

    LP records

    Solvents

    Roofing

    A partial list of products made from Petroleum (144 of 6000 items)

    One 42-gallon barrel of oil creates 19.4 gallons of gasoline. The rest (over half) is used to make things like

    Solvents

    Diesel fuel

    Motor Oil

    Bearing Grease

    Ink

    Floor Wax

    Ballpoint Pens

    Football Cleats

    Upholstery

    Sweaters

    Boats

    Insecticides

    Bicycle Tires

    Sports Car Bodies

    Nail Polish

    Fishing lures

    Dresses

    Tires

    Golf Bags

    Perfumes

    Cassettes

    Dishwasher parts

    Tool Boxes

    Shoe Polish

    Motorcycle Helmet

    Caulking

    Petroleum Jelly

    Transparent Tape

    CD Player

    Faucet Washers

    Antiseptics

    Clothesline

    Curtains

    Food Preservatives

    Basketballs

    Soap

    Vitamin Capsules

    Antihistamines

    Purses

    Shoes

    Dashboards

    Cortisone

    Deodorant

    Footballs

    Putty

    Dyes

    Panty Hose

    Refrigerant

    Percolators

    Life Jackets

    Rubbing Alcohol

    Linings

    Skis

    TV Cabinets

    Shag Rugs

    Electrician’s Tape

    Tool Racks

    Car Battery Cases

    Epoxy

    Paint

    Mops

    Slacks

    Insect Repellent

    Oil Filters

    Umbrellas

    Yarn

    Fertilizers

    Hair Coloring

    Roofing

    Toilet Seats

    Fishing Rods

    Lipstick

    Denture Adhesive

    Linoleum

    Ice Cube Trays

    Synthetic Rubber

    Speakers

    Plastic Wood

    Electric Blankets

    Glycerin

    Tennis Rackets

    Rubber Cement

    Fishing Boots

    Dice

    Nylon Rope

    Candles

    Trash Bags

    House Paint

    Water Pipes

    Hand Lotion

    Roller Skates

    Surf Boards

    Shampoo

    Wheels

    Paint Rollers

    Shower Curtains

    Guitar Strings

    Luggage

    Aspirin

    Safety Glasses

    Antifreeze

    Football Helmets

    Awnings

    Eyeglasses

    Clothes

    Toothbrushes

    Ice Chests

    Footballs

    Combs

    CD’s & DVD’s

    Paint Brushes

    Detergents

    Vaporizers

    Balloons

    Sun Glasses

    Tents

    Heart Valves

    Crayons

    Parachutes

    Telephones

    Enamel

    Pillows

    Dishes

    Cameras

    Anesthetics

    Artificial Turf

    Artificial limbs

    Bandages

    Dentures

    Model Cars

    Folding Doors

    Hair Curlers

    Cold cream

    Movie film

    Soft Contact lenses

    Drinking Cups

    Fan Belts

    Car Enamel

    Shaving Cream

    Ammonia

    Refrigerators

    Golf Balls

    Toothpaste

    Gasoline

    Diesel fuel

    Motor Oil

    Bearing Grease

    Ink

    Floor Wax

    Ballpoint Pens

    Football Cleats

    Upholstery

    Sweaters

    Boats

    Insecticides

    Bicycle Tires

    Sports Car Bodies

    Nail Polish

    Fishing lures

    Dresses

    Tires

    Golf Bags

    Perfumes

    Cassettes

    Dishwasher parts

    Tool Boxes

    Shoe Polish

    Motorcycle Helmet

    Caulking

    Petroleum Jelly

    Transparent Tape

    CD Player

    Faucet Washers

    Antiseptics

    Clothesline

    Curtains

    Food Preservatives

    Basketballs

    Soap

    Vitamin Capsules

    Antihistamines

    Purses

    Shoes

    Dashboards

    Cortisone

    Deodorant

    Footballs

    Putty

    Dyes

    Panty Hose

    Refrigerant

    Percolators

    Life Jackets

    Rubbing Alcohol

    Linings

    Skis

    TV Cabinets

    Shag Rugs

    Electrician’s Tape

    Tool Racks

    Car Battery Cases

    Epoxy

    Paint

    Mops

    Slacks

    Insect Repellent

    Oil Filters

    Umbrellas

    Yarn

    Fertilizers

    Hair Coloring

    Roofing

    Toilet Seats

    Fishing Rods

    Lipstick

    Denture Adhesive

    Linoleum

    Ice Cube Trays

    Synthetic Rubber

    Speakers

    Plastic Wood

    Electric Blankets

    Glycerin

    Tennis Rackets

    Rubber Cement

    Fishing Boots

    Dice

    Nylon Rope

    Candles

    Trash Bags

    House Paint

    Water Pipes

    Hand Lotion

    Roller Skates

    Surf Boards

    Shampoo

    Wheels

    Paint Rollers

    Shower Curtains

    Guitar Strings

    Luggage

    Aspirin

    Safety Glasses

    Antifreeze

    Football Helmets

    Awnings

    Eyeglasses

    Clothes

    Toothbrushes

    Ice Chests

    Footballs

    Combs

    CD’s & DVD’s

    Paint Brushes

    Detergents

    Vaporizers

    Balloons

    Sun Glasses

    Tents

    Heart Valves

    Crayons

    Parachutes

    Telephones

    Enamel

    Pillows

    Dishes

    Cameras

    Anesthetics

    Artificial Turf

    Artificial limbs

    Bandages

    Refrigerators

    Golf Balls

    Toothpaste

    Gasoline

    Dentures

    Model Cars

    Folding Doors

    Car Enamel

    Shaving Cream

    Ammonia

    Hair Curlers

    Cold cream

    Movie film

    Soft Contact lenses

    Drinking Cups

    Fan Belts