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LEGO is running 100 percent on renewable
energy 3 years ahead of schedule.
Huzzah! A company of quality!
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    • Pewds 27 may
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    • Yay we never have to stop seeing the same features over and over again 😀🥊
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    • I need you guys to give me your ultimate opinion, as a 17 year old I see legos as a acceptable hobby. Do you guys feel the same?
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    • I mean it’s product is millions of tons of straight plastic so I wouldn’t call them an environmental company. Good for them by trying to reduce their contribution though.
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    • You mean like how iFunny is using renewable memes?
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    • Fully fueled by the pain of injured feet.
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    • Lego is the best company ever. Change my mind
      Ptero93 27 may
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    • The renewable energy is generated by the pain of unsuspecting victims who step on the legos.
      Aronius 27 may
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    • I would hope so. They create nothing but heaps of plastic 😒
      BEETZ 1 jun
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    • Renewable but there main product is made of plastic that comes from oil
      DiTuls 28 may
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    • But this apps already running on 100% renewable memes
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    • People pointing out its plastic who throws legos away? Either you keep them for your kids/grandkids or give them away to poor kids dont just throw them away.
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    • To make up for the fact that their only product is made of plastic 😂
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    • Okay I don’t care how they make the legos. Those bitches still charging 60$ for an X-wing. A damn X-wing. The plastic costs LEGO like a dollar a pound and the bricks cost hundredths of a cent.
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    • And yet their primary product is plastics and petroleum based products.... so in the end... 😂
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    • Yeahhh , but it still costs 100 bucks for a fucking X-Wing
      nickxz501 30 may
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    • Yep, but legos aren't recyclable
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    • The only thing I DONT like about LEGO is how ridiculous their prices are nowadays.
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    • PorkSword 28 may
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    • (Blasts out hundreds of thousands of plastic and millions of tons of unfixable water) yea check out our solar panels uwu
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    • Well thats because they charge $25.99 for 50 pieces of plastic.
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    • Lego: *runs on 100% renewable energy* / *manufactures plastic*
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    • This is inaccurate - they’re balancing/offsetting (via offshore wind farms) 100% of what they do. Not the same as having their actual facilities run off of renewable energy, but still laudable.
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    • I'm not saying this isn't great but like, all those plastics are petroleum based if I'm not mistaken
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    • Psh ifunnys been renewing their content for yeaaars
      Hbcurtis 27 may
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    • Well when they sell grams of plastic for like $40 they better be doing something with all that profit.
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    • Just like ifunny has been running on renewable features aka reposts
      Rupee 27 may
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    • Maybe one day all companies will be able to as well. Though it doesnt help that LEGO creates stuff out of non-biodegradable materials...but hey it's a step in the right direction
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    • But making tons upon tons of plastic
      Sombras 30 may
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    • Legos will never run out of business change my mind
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    • They make more tires than tire companies.
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    • Yea but they still produce almost entirely plastic products. Regardless of whether they run on "renewable" energy or not, the existence of their company is an environmental catastrophe
      Einzige 27 may
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    • Yes but plastic
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    • Runs on renewable energy but solely builds plastic things
      Bon3Bon 27 may
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    • Till you realize they are making plastic toys...
      Rocket6k 27 may
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    • Lego is one of those companies I just want to still be going strong when I die
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    • Thank you to all of the men and women who fight to protect and serve our country!
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    • That’s honestly very impressive good on them
      mememiner 27 may
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    • But how much oil go into dem plastic legos?
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    • I wasn’t aware my legos produced energy
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    • Lego's are so expensive now.
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    • Fuck THAT guy in particular. 👇
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    • But legos are made of plastic and plastic is made from oil which is nonrenewable
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    • Legos are expensive for no damn reason at all
      BlueNibba 27 may
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    • A company that mass produces plastic is on clean energy?
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    • LEGO’s Company motto is “Only the Best is Good Enough.” They also plan to have all pieces made from plant based plastics by 2030
      Groo_LOH 27 may
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    • That’s why legos cost more than diamonds
      craig7979 27 may
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    • The fuck you mean legos are insanely over priced. A tiny LEGO car is like $28
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    • They also use a shit ton of plastic
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    • But they make plastic
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    • ifunny's not the only one recycling
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    • Legos are made with 100% recycled plastics.
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    • PorkSword 27 may
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    • Considering their products are 99% percent plastic I'd say they cause more harm than good.
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    • but isn’t all of their product made entirely of plastic
      kick 27 may
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    • Bro I actually would still build legos because that shit is fun, but damn they expensive
      Joepeltz 27 may
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    • Even though im almost 20 thots makes me wanna buy legos just to support that shit
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    • LEGO gave us our childhoods, they’re making sure they’re there for the next generation as well
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    • I don’t think a company whose only product is straight up plastic is the perfect role model
      rscz 27 may
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    • They build power everytime someone steps on a lego
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    • Lmao it must be hard being a democrat trying to force renewable energy on the country, then realizing that FREE MARKET is already taking care of it. Lol what a conundrum
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    • yeah, but legos are expensive
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    • (insert dumb ass comment about how much I hate this app in an attempt to get top comment and recognition on an app I supposedly hate)
      A_Zombie 28 may
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    • That's because they burn the bodies of the victims that have stepped on Legos in the past. Creating a steady flow of renewable energy
      Salvaen 28 may
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    • Their main product is non biodegradable plastic
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    • I heard that they use sugarcane to make plastic now as well, and there’s no quality difference
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    • Cool except 100% of their product is plastic.
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    • That’s capitalism for you! If it were a socialist state ran “company” it would be 10 years behind schedule and millions above the intended budget.
      H0rny32 28 may
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    • I mean shit that's good and all but like their sole product is like one of the worst things for the environment. Idk man a little ironic
      itsurrboi 28 may
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    • A company that makes plastic...is enviromentally friendly . Bamboozled.
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    • And with a completely brainwashed customer base that they have conned into thinking $1000 is okay for a bunch of plastic bricks, they should have enough money to afford this.
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    • I want to create a renewable energy company and call it "big dik energy"
      EatLeg 27 may
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    • Aye Gibby's gone
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    • Lego is a company most people would probably enjoy working for
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    • Lego’s are awesome
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    • Yeah but their product is almost entirely plastic
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    • Shows that it's fucking easy to switch. Why can't all the major manufacturers do it??? Fucking greed
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    • We need more companies like this
      ThePhin 27 may
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    • PorkSword 27 may
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    • Also a company that makes non biodegradable plastic bricks
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    • LEGO is also ridiculously overpriced
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    • *charges $100 for 2 pounds of plastic in a cardboard box*
      Diceman 27 may
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    • They need to start using recycled plastic
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    • Good maybe they can lower their prices then
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      Dylan_17 27 may
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    • Pro tip if you cum on your hand let it dry for about 1 minute and you will have a better grip on your phone
      bengi 27 may
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    • Yeah, but the bricks are plastic.
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    • Still making their products out of tons of plastic
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    • Okay you guys realize the reason we aren't 100% renewable right now is because the technology is still developing right? Solar and wind energy are capped by the facts that the wind doesn't always blow and the fact that the night exists. It will be another 20 years before green energy is viable.
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