Well, I got a 99, so I guess I'm pretty crunchy too! Like others said though, it's a good thing I wasn't asked about my TV or car
Crunchy things we do: recycle, buy organic produce when possible, belong to a CSA, compost, don't use herbicides or pesticides, selectively vac our pets, use natural cleaning products or make our own, use it up & wear it out before we buy more, buy organic or all natural meat & dairy when possible, all natural fibers for clothing & linens, & use wheat litter instead of clay litter.
Crunchy things we *plan* to do: Since Emi's not due until 9/04 I can't take total credit for these, but we plan to do natural birth, selectivly vac, cloth diaper, bf, co-sleep, sling, do child-led weaning, homeschool, & if she'd been a boy we were not circumcising.
Un-crunchy things we do: Drive an SUV (which is currently broke
) and a very old, gas guzzler Ram pick-up, eat meat, give our pets inexpensive food,
going out to eat (this is our biggest downfall budget wise), have basic cable, DH has lots of electronics & toys, & still shop at Walmart. Although I'm trying to less & less I swear!
Yet another great thread. Thanks for starting it!