from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person with a passion for protecting the natural environment; an ecological activist.
But while Carpenter is a self-described "ecofreak," she manages to avoid sermonizing about the nobility of her endeavor.
A few weeks ago some ecofreak spoke to a group of seniors, and we were told to take home a free squiggly bulb, (ab govt & utility co, giving these away) One of his projections was, if everyone went to these bulbs, it would be the equivalent of taking 750,000 cars off the road.
Palp away ecofreak you look so good, no one could fault you for riding such a monstrosity. see 30-Rock for pretty people's world view
Want to live like a real ecofreak without any electricity?
It may be a bit unfair to judge the depth of his thinking by such faux pas as likening a national sales tax to “waving a magic wand, releasing us from pain and unfairness”, setting a goal “that we will be free of energy consumption in this country within a decade”, trying to meld the foreign policy thinking of woozy ecofreak Thomas Friedman and hard-line neoconservative Frank Gaffney, or spectacularly flip-flopping on immigration (from supporting in-state tuition for children of illegal aliens to boasting an endorsement from the head of the Minutemen), but how much other material do we have on which to base a judgement?