Huge Blunder: The U.N. Just Printed Their Anti-Deforestation Plan on Non-Recycled Paper

Huge Blunder: The U.N. Just Printed Their Anti-Deforestation Plan on Non-Recycled Paper

In what may be the biggest political blunder since the election of King Tut, the United Nations just printed out their anti-deforestation plan on non-recycled pieces of paper. Having spent years negotiating solutions to save trees in the forests of the earth, including but not limited to using less paper and replacing non-recycled paper with recycled paper, the U.N. just hit print on a 1,543 page file which the printer received before anyone could hit stop. The print job is likely to use an immense amount of electricity, kill 47 bees, dispense 89 plastic bags into the ocean, and destroy 67% of the remaining ozone layer.

At press time, bad news broke again as reporters observed that the paper was printing single-sided.

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