A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from July 25, 2012
Envirotard (environment + retard)

Environmental activists have been called many names. The derogatory nickname “envirotard” (environment + retard) has been cited in print since at least June 2003. 
Similar terms for an environmental activist include “ecotard,” “climatard,” “enviromarxist,” “environazi,” “enviroweenie,” “tree-hugger” and “greeniac.”
Similar political terms using “retard” (or “-tard”) include “Retardican” (since January 1996), “sheeptard” (since March 1999), “Republitard” (since April 2002), “neotard” (since May 2002), “rightard” (since January 2003), “patriotard” (since April 2003), “Demotard” (since July 2003), “libtard” (since July 2004), “GOPtard” (since July 2004), “leftard” (since August 2004), “wingtard” (since October 2004), “conservatard” (since November 2005),  “truthtard” (since October 2006), “Muzztard” (since December 2006), “teatard” (since March 2009), “crumbtard” (since May 2011) and “Occutard” (since October 2011).
Urban Dictionary
Derogatory adjective used to disparage enviromentally conscious people. An envirotard may simply like eating organic food, or they may be really active in the enviromental movement. People who, for some reason, find taking care of the earth offensive or somehow stupid, call people who care envirotards.
Man, I wanted to bone that chick but she is a vegan envirotard who won’t fuck smokers or men that eat meat. What a commie bitchwad!
by moonbug Nov 17, 2006
CK5 Blazer Forums
06-14-2003, 09:23 PM
I don’t see any Envirotards or bicycling or any other kind of non-hunting non-offroading club on Michigan’s Adopt-a-Forest website.
Hot Rod Forum
78 monte
07-26-2003, 03:10 AM
Maybe chevy decided no wimpy mid 70s 80s smog motor should bare the same beautiful Orange that its High reving Hi-po motors from the glory days wore.
Or may be some unemployed envirotard from california decided that Orange was bad for the ecosystem.
Off-Road Forums
07-29-2003, 08:13 PM
Yeah, it pisses you off doesn’t it? Around here it’s the hikers and bikers that cause most of the noise. They try to make all trails only hiking/biking/equestrian/walking trails. They’ve got tons of them as it is. The worst part is that all of those are the dirtiest. Even the snowmobilers are cleaner. The only group that cleans multiple use trails is our club. The rest of the envirotards just sit back and bitch about the people dumping crap.
The Conservative UAW Guy
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Dear Envirotards
and doomsayers, socialists and panicked hippies:
It’s going to be ok.
Before It’s News
Envirotards from Planet Claire
By Den
Sunday, July 24, 2011 8:05
This report in the Sunday Times on-line:
Bill Gates pays for ‘artificial’ clouds to beat greenhouse gases
Anti-Progress Envirotards Spinning And Attacking
Posted on May 30, 2012 by J.J. Jackson
Don’t every cross an envirotard for two reasons.  First of all, they are too dumb.  Second of all, they thing they are smart.
Envirotards, greenie weenies, environmental extreemists, whatever you want to call them, have always been anti-progress.

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