Missouri gets 85% of their electricity from coal. run_by_hr live in Missouri and it is clear he suffers from autism. Except, he is not of the gifted kind. Maybe there is a connection between coal pollution and autism as evidenced by bagholder run_by_hr
I bet mama doing methamphetamine while pregnant doesn't help much either ...... Coal pollution ain't sht compared to speed pollution ...... I bet the sugar in cokes and twinkies kills more people than coal environmental affects ...... Ask any doctor what causes diabetes which is a MAJOR killer ..... and he sure won't tell you it's "coal's fault" ...... I see 10 year old kids weighing 200 lbs , they can barely walk , and mama has the shopping cart full of garbage food cokes , twinkies , chips , candy , cake , ice-cream , big ole fat hams , and one little old apple down at the bottom no one will eat , it'll rot on the kitchen counter
Hey.... Tacos....You forgot to describe the 500lbs mother.............LOL
Let me try: Huffing and puffing pushing the cart you described out of the store, seeping coca cola from a 2 liter bottle, and holding a cigarette with the other hand, screaming at the five kids to watch out for speeding trucks on the grocery store parking lot, finally getting next to a beaten down Suburban smelling like oil, grease and gas.... leaking all kind of fluids onto the parking lot, finally loading all her junk into the huge trunk where a dog was sleeping..........etc..........
Yes.......we see that every time we go shopping....... Oh...I forgot....the mom puts away her food coupons (now disguised as a credit card so nobody notices it.....) in her bulging purse.
........and we worry about coal?
Put a thicker filter on the chimneys!
Nice red herring argument. The issue at hand is coal pollution and how to address it. How should the markets and society respond to a business which is polluting the environment and killing 13,000 people a year prematurely. That is four 9/11's a year.