Time to leave – California wants to ban campfires at the beach

(Face palm..) It seems next they will ban marathons, that CO2 from all those runners well it adds up about the same.

Watts Up With That?

From the Washington Times, idiocy only bureaucrats could muster:

“Since man first rubbed a pair of sticks together to make a fire, we’ve gathered around a campfire to cook food, enjoy good company and bask in the warmth of the glowing embers. Now the green spoilsports in Southern California want to take that all way, sending beach ring fire pits the way of the caveman.

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2 thoughts on “Time to leave – California wants to ban campfires at the beach

  1. It’s funny watching everyone leap to the defense of campfires at the Times article site. Where were they when smoking was being banned on beaches? If you examine the particulate figures at burningissues.org you’ll find that one good campfire puts out somewhere on the order of 100,000 cigarettes’ worth of air pollution on those nice “smoke-free” beaches. 850 of them (say a thousand) would then put out the pollution of ONE HUNDRED MILLION cigarettes… all concentrated in those nice little beachfront areas. And, as we all know, “there is no safe level of exposure” to smoke, right?

    Ever hear of Rev. Martin Niemuller?

    Michael J. McFadden
    Author of “Dissecting Antismokers’ Brains”

    • I will tell you what truly makes my ass whistle and click when it comes to this Hyper Political Correct plague we are amidst, is the unbearable Hypocrisy. Al(the A-hole) Gore’s sale of Current TV to Al-jazeera being the Holy Grail of examples.

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