Are you ready for one of the hottest takes of the month so far?
First, make sure you’re not drinking anything and fully finish chewing any foods that might get stuck in your keyboard if it comes flying out. Ready? Ok, here’s the latest about air pollution:
The air that Americans breathe isn't equal: Pollution from whites disproportionately affects blacks, Hispanics https://t.co/8K7L27jk4p
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 11, 2019
The study was done by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Somehow in the last couple hundred years, the country has become more equal, but the air we breathe has become less so.
USA Today trying to be like The Onion…only they are serious. https://t.co/7aubbsWdzs
— Tasha Stevens (@tstevensradio) March 12, 2019
Each day brings with it another reason to declare parody and satire DOA.
Aaaannnddd I’m out
— Snad (@Levidog) March 11, 2019
If only there was a way for people to move if they wanted to
— GacWell (@gac_well) March 11, 2019
They literally stole the joke about a #NYT headline
"Asteroid to strike the Earth,
Women & Minorities hardest hit"
— Jim Hanson (@Uncle_Jimbo) March 11, 2019
— Helmet Nachos (@NachosHelmet) March 11, 2019
WTF is this? Wow…digging for outrage is a journalist's hobby. https://t.co/D2V6SGvHQL
— Brusca (@C_Brusca) March 12, 2019
WTF? Now even air is racist https://t.co/9lCxBCwmG8
— Dayylin (@dayylin) March 12, 2019
I didn’t realize the air can be segregated… pic.twitter.com/rMDWCnSJtR
— Gondor Partners (@GondorVau) March 12, 2019
Hard to believe, right?
Worth it if progressives start holding their breath
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) March 12, 2019
Any port in an eco-storm.