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'This isn't very bright': The Economist's hot take about light and electricity sends heads crashing to well-lit desks

Everybody’s fully aware that the current trend on the Left is to blame capitalism and the modern conveniences of life for causing climate change and any other number of problems — often voiced ironically by being tweeted on iPhones from inside an air-conditioned Starbucks. That has The Economist sharing a take that questions if certain things actually improve the quality of life:


The story itself is from earlier this year, but the fresh tweet made it worth shining a bright light on (oops) because of all the fresh facepalms:

The irony probably escaped them.


For some reason we’re pretty sure they don’t plan on doing that.

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