Worse Today Because Climate Change

This from the Onion confirms our suspicions.  Excerpt in italics with my bolds.

Report: Everything Slightly Worse Than Yesterday

NEW YORK—Emphasizing that the phenomenon is barely perceptible on a daily basis yet significant when observed on the whole, the nation’s top qualitative experts released a report Monday confirming that everything in every significant area of life is, in fact, slightly worse than it was yesterday. “While there are by no means any drastic changes for the worse in any given 24-hour period, we have observed a measurable and steady decline in each passing day,” the report read in part, specifically noting gradual but perceptible declines in personal wealth, food quality, the overall love shared by humanity, and the warmth of sunlight. “The outlook certainly looks bleak for the things that bring you joy, be it conversation with friends or the sound of children’s laughter, as they slowly become less and less fulfilling. Your favorite song will eventually become grating, the touch of your lover harsh and abrasive, and your own thoughts bitter and abhorrent as your mind itself sours.”

The report also noted that you should have noticed by now but your very awareness of things has diminished and grown hazy.

OK, but they forgot to mention that it is worst for children, women and minorities, and that cutting fossil fuels would solve this.

 

One comment

  1. oiltranslator · January 8, 2020

    So… is the population growth curve still pretty close to vertical? Another 220,000 a day? Religious fanatics still firing guns at birth control doctors?

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