Obama? Was he the one who slacked off by not getting all those acres of western woodland raked and manicured so there wouldn't be any flammable leaves and twigs on the ground to catch fire? Wasn't that Joe Biden's job?
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I'm getting a little fed up breathing all this western US wildfire smoke. Starting last Tuesday, wind patterns changed, and all this smoke is blowing north. It really stinks. It actually smells of burning plastic.
Likely Multiple problems... As stated CCP virus BS force on them by PA Governor them but Just Born had a fire burning down one location (Before current "Protest" looting etc this year.) and have other problems too.
Think still a Union Shop. (Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers union and maybe more.)
Don't be surprise when do sim or same as NECCO that sold then close then sold again.
------------------ Dr. Ian Malcolm: Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should. (Jurassic Park)
Hey, if our masks can protect us from the virus, they should protect us from the smoke...
As if the air quality wasn't already bad enough here due to the wildfire smoke from down south, last night a very large historic pier burned up just a few miles from Vancouver. The creosote used in the pilings creates very toxic smoke. It really smells bad outside now!
Not yet. Authorities were hoping to get started investigating at first light this morning, but the structure (which covers several acres) is still burning/smoldering in places, and is expected to do so for several days.
I didn't go outside today. The air quality is really bad.
I thought Boondawg was talking about people. "Peeps" for people. As if he saw our species about to go extinct.
Here's the reality:
"More pandemic fallout: No Peeps for Halloween and Christmas"
Just Born Quality Confections, the company that produces Peeps, says its holiday-themed marshmallow treats will not be in Halloween candy baskets this year -- and they won't be in stores for Christmas, either.