Buenos Wednesdays! Buenos WTFs!
First of all, thank you for the stitches sympathy last week – I had them removed Monday and my mousing hand is expected to make a full recovery – hooray!
Now onto some environmental WTFery – approaching the Goodwill in Canton, NC one cannot help but be overwhelmed by the sight of massive towers of smoky steam billowing into the sky.
It’s the Evergreen paper mill and it looks like a third world Fraggle Rock – pipes and rusting buildings and silos seemingly haphazardly connected, spewing foul-smelling dusty smoke, all day every day.
It’s really quite a sight, and quite a smell, and quite a load for the lungs – “Haywood County has some of the highest levels of industrial air pollution in the state. It ranks fourth out of 100 counties statewide in toxic air emissions, and third statewide in the level of known carcinogens emitted into the air, according to Environmental Protection Agency emissions data for 2010.” Here’s some more info from the Smoky Mountain News:
Canton paper mill seeks state aid in costly air pollution upgrades
I hope they are able to quickly turn this into something more eco-friendly. (not bloody likely).
Moving on! Thriftstore treasures! These were part of a set of 12 bonnet-wearing ceramic girls. Creeptastic.
These old dudes may be recognizable to somebody, but not to me.
I smelled this, and they are lying. Not at all just like Chanel No. 5.
Here we have a sculpture made by Pouncey and Sugarhoney.
Took them over a year to whittle this design.
Last but not least, Unicorn Farm Road.
As with all wtf wednesdays, there are no answers, only questions leading to more questions.
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