Due to my psychiatric disability I initially set out to start a clothing line that subsidizes clothing for those with disabilities. After over a year of this idea not taking traction I believe this clothing line needs a new direction. While we will continue to donate to providing clothing for those with disabilities we will become dedicated to creating sustainable energy community by community.
Utica B will help small communities convert to a solar farm centric system of electricity generation. We will convert farm fields to hemp fields to solar farms. Once we have created a market for our hemp products we will focus on small batch production of these products in communities with only a few farm fields around them.
The clothing line will use hemp fabric to create our signature clothing garments. All hemp byproducts from creating the clothes will be used for other hemp products. In other words, farmers will grow hemp and equip their barns with the equipment they need to convert hemp plants to the raw materials for fabric. At the same time they will use seeds and pulp for other items like oils and creams.
The fabric material will be shipped to a city in the south where other hemp production can subsidize the clothing line’s need for a constant supply of hemp. Small communities in the North will grow single crops of hemp with the goal of the hemp fields being converted to solar farms with electricity storing facilities. Every community member will be involved with the independent energy system conversion.
Each year, revenue from the clothing line and the byproducts will be used to convert a portion of the fields to solar array. Farmers and residents will get a share of revenue from the byproducts to make the crop more lucrative than other crops like corn or soy. Once a community is totally energy independent all residents and farmers involved in the program will vote on the next community to be approached about our program.
Communities in the South will be on an accelerated program as they could grow more than one crop of hemp per year. My suggestion for the central fabric generating and possibly garment making city is New Orleans, LA. We can ship hemp material from the North to New Orleans using an entirely electrical and sustainable network of vehicles.
By rallying behind this one clothing line we can commission the manufacture of the small batch equipment for making hemp byproducts into consumer goods. This well made equipment can then be transferred to the next community to grow the hemp crops. This equipment can then be commissioned for similar projects in nations other than the United States of America.
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Designed by Bill Earl this shirt references the international peace treaty I wrote that can be seen at the mitch4mayor.com website under the "Perroscope" tab. It suggests we resolve conflicts with non-lethal pistol duels rather than deadly war. Email me if you would like a shirt. If I receive some pre-orders I'll make a batch of shirts. All proceeds will go toward promoting the peace treaty and starting a company to produce non-lethal compressed air powered paintball dueling pistols. Thanks.
Maybe you're a writer, maybe you're a poet, maybe you have a colorful way of telling hunting stories like my father. My dad is the original wordsmythe. Every family has one. I made this shirt with him in mind but ran extras in case others identify as a wordsmythe. Get yours today for $25 plus shipping. All profit from the sale of this shirt will be used to pay for a run of print copies of my newest novel "Femme Party". Thanks for your support.
Growing up in Utica, PA there was a steel one lane bridge coming into town that everyone would jump off into French Creek. Cars crossing the bridge would make a distinctive sound and often vehicles would have to wait at one end of the bridge for a car coming the other direction to clear it. The 100 year old bridge was replaced in the early 2000's with a single level concrete bridge. Local conspiracy theorists believe it was replaced so that the government could roll tanks into the small town. Others feel that it was just time for an upgrade.
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How many mayoral candidates have spent time in solitary confinement in the county jail. Show your support for Mitch with this jail uniform replica. Printed on the back of a red scrub top we are asking $30 for this item plus shipping.
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Polk Center is a State run facility in northwestern Pennsylvania for people with mental and intellectual disabilities. It is scheduled to close in 2022. People from the area pronounce "Polk" like "Poke". This shirt plays off of this colloquialism. Perfect for any gender identity, let people know where your "Poke Center" is with this funny T-shirt. Half of all profit will be donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI.
Envirunion is a company designed to help people unionize in an environmentally conscious way. Our premise for unionization is simple, the percentage salary increase executives in a company receive per year should match the percentage salary increase the lowest workers in the company receive. Therefore, when the union forms they demand that all raises and bonuses among the executives are reported to the union. The bonuses and raises are all added together and averaged among the executives to come up with a percentage by which executive compensation increased.
This executive compensation increase can be offset by executives choosing to be environmentally friendly in their spending decisions. Executives can report each purchase they make that is eco-conscious to Envirunion. Envirunion figures out the percentage the executives in one company spent reducing carbon and subtracts it from the total percentage of compensation increase. This means executives could pay to offset their carbon, or buy solar panels for their house, or buy an electric car. They then report it to Envirunion which acts as a mediator in deciding union employee compensation. If executives in a company spend all of their raise for the year on becoming carbon neutral, then the union for that company doesn’t demand an increase of the same percentage for their employees.
The union continues to demand worker rights like 8 hour work days, overtime, and breaks but when it comes to compensation the union defers to Envirunion when they demand a percentage increase in wages. Envirunion fosters new unions in all industries and helps a company’s employees become carbon neutral by focusing on the executives first. As the company grants raises to union employees, these employees can report their carbon neutral purchases to Envirunion as well. A healthy competition can be promoted between management and union employees as to who spends a larger percentage on being carbon neutral.
Envirunion helps foster new unions in all industries by providing workers with the tools they need to unionize. This includes allowing union representation to run the union using direct democracy. Every worker can vote on all union issues and when to go on strike. Envirunion researches the renewable energy companies of each nation it operates in in order to qualify them for purchases by executives and employees. As companies become successful and profitable Envirunion ensures that some of the profit goes toward environmental goals.
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