I make a point of reading The Guardian on Saturdays as I believe it is important to read opinions with which one disagrees. Its economic illiteracy and the sheer lunacy of some of their letter writers makes my Saturday mornings highly amusing, if somewhat infuriating.
I swear they include articles whose sole intention is to push me over the edge and vow never to buy the paper again.
They went one better today and included a whole supplement. Labelled "The Green Guide", it was an uncritical, sanctimonious bucket of propaganda masquerading as journalism.
At least, that's what I thought it would be before I opened it.
Against my better judgement, however, I retrieved it from the bin (landfill-destined, naturally). It turns out my prejudices were unfounded. It was actually just a large advertising supplement, littered with adverts targetted at the credulous fools who actually believe the lies we're being fed about the environment at present.
It was gratifying to realise quite how many companies have figured out that there's good money to be made from these people. Good for them!
(And the best thing is, I get to put it in the trash for the second time!)