Just because it’s the Christmas season and many are enjoying time with friends and family doesn’t mean people should forget how our main energy sources are ruining the planet — or at least the moods of climate change alarmists:
Why coal represents naughtiness — and how it should be used instead: an object lesson. https://t.co/TO1RoOqoVy
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) December 24, 2018
If people could put lumps of coal in a tweet’s stocking, that one would be stuffed full:
ffs can they enjoy nothing at all? ?
"But unlike in the 19th century, today’s gift-givers possess a darker knowledge about the substance. Even jokes about coal, like Joel, feature widely known facts about its role in climate change." https://t.co/tmUN3cArKf
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) December 24, 2018
Oh shut up. https://t.co/L3zT8syivR
— Jeff Ellington ???? (@Jeff__Ellington) December 24, 2018
Corrected sub-head: your daily enviro-nag. https://t.co/djx7ui9OiA
— Plainsspeak (@Plainsspeak) December 24, 2018
0915 and I think this is the leader in the clubhouse for dumbass tweet of the day. https://t.co/uT21kA7erw
— Big Enos Burdette (@therealbaber) December 24, 2018
Miserable people 24/7/365. https://t.co/8FWWzduVHf
— JWF (@JammieWF) December 24, 2018
The problem is their willingness to share their misery with us.
— Tom Joad (@hraphanidousai) December 24, 2018
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