Best Of EcoSalon: The Comment Meltdown Edition

Nearly five years. Thousands of articles. *So many* comments. 

Today the current chapter of EcoSalon’s half-decade history closes – and we don’t know if we’ll be back. So we feel it’s important to say this:

Thank you.

We have always been, and we always shall be, in it for the discussion. We’ve treasured every time you took a moment out of your day to give us your thoughts – and we’ve loved it when you returned, again and again, to keep a discussion going (particularly when you were presenting us with compelling counter-arguments to what we’d published? Contrarianism? Bring it on). In short, we like your minds, and we’re inestimably grateful for all the times you’ve given us a piece of them.

Here, then, are seven posts where at least half the fun is in the comments.

Thanks again.

10 Reasons Never To Let Anyone You Love Near A McDonald’s

 7 Stupid Laws Against Women

The Conscious Case Against Veganism

Broke? 20 Fun Things To Do Without Spending A Dime

When Good Causes Go Wrong: 7 Utterly Outrageous PETA Stunts

Jesus, Enough With The Chicken

15 Best Foods To Boost Your Metabolism


Images: {christy b}ralpe, keith011764, Mr. Theklanstriaticiheartmacaroni and SMercury98.

Mike Sowden

Mike Sowden is a freelance writer based in the north of England, obsessed with travel, storytelling and terrifyingly strong coffee. He has written for online & offline publications including Mashable, Matador Network and the San Francisco Chronicle, and his work has been linked to by Lonely Planet, World Hum and Lifehacker. If all the world is a stage, he keeps tripping over scenery & getting tangled in the curtain - but he's just fine with that.