Friday, June 08, 2018

The Madness: Drink diet water, but not with a straw

"Water that is contaminated with naturally occurring arsenic can lead to symptoms of arsenicosis, which have a significant negative impact on mental health and thus on household productivity and wellbeing." ~ Shyamal Chowdhury

Hates the environment.
It's Friday, so it must be time to enjoy The Madness all around us. Here's your proof that there's something in the water:

Now they get to have a recess. The U.S. House of Representatives voted to ban the use of plastic drinking straws from its cafeterias, in an effort to raise awareness about the environmental damage straws can create when thrown away.

Not so friendly skies. Starting July 1, ferrets, goats and hedgehogs can no longer fly American Airlines, even if they’re support animals.

It's also gluten free. Diet Water. Bottled water with a diet label on it. This H2O “supplement” is created by a Japanese company and is really cashing in on the weight loss beverage industry.

DaVinci should have thought of this. Australian performance “artist” Mike Parr plans on burying himself under a road in Hobart, Tasmania, because…. well, something about colonialism and the indigenous people of Tasmania. 

Just say no. ‘Sexuality expert’ and author Deanne Carson has suggested babies should “give consent” to having their diapers changed by their parents.

But don't drink it with a plastic straw. According to progressive ideology, milk makes it be too hot out (see here and here) and worse yet is racist (see here and here and here). That’s why social engineers want us to drink cockroach milk instead (see here and here).

Just don't drink the milk. Netflix host “Science Guy” Bill Nye has a new solution for the world’s environmental problems: taxing cow farts.

I knew it. A new paper with 33 authors that says octopuses are actually space aliens whose frozen eggs first came to Earth aboard an icy meteor. 

Should have left it some diet water. A woman was arrested after leaving her pet squirrel in a hot car that reached temperatures over 100° F.

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