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This one’s for Tina. It was the first time I’d ever heard her sing, back when it was released.
Of course, pretty much anything that the loony Gwyneth Paltrow suggests is going to be utter bullshit, but this one… oy.
Finding the perfect gift for the tricky men in your life can prove near-impossible at times – but luckily Gwyneth Paltrow is here to help in the form of her rather unique Father’s Day gift guide, which not only suggests a $64,000 trip to the Arctic Circle as a potential present, but also a male sex toy — a $219 hands-free prostate stimulator from the brand Hugo. (“The base and tip of the device each contain a powerful vibrating motor: the insertable head massages the prostate while the external head delivers satisfying vibrations to the perineum.”)
Frankly, while even the description makes me a little queasy, the only acceptable sex toy that I’d accept to massage my prostate and taint would be Salma Hayek, and even then I’d have to run that by New Wife first.
At least her nails are short and manicured… and you can all stop right there.
Well, it is California, which is not only NIMBY Central but also Self-Righteous Hypocrisy Capital. Why shouldn’t they just pollute their neighbors’ land?
California is revealing new information to the public that shows that the eco-friendly state is dumping tons of toxic waste in other states every year.
Since 2010, California has dumped nearly half of its hazardous waste out of state—mostly in Utah, Arizona, and Nevada—according to the state’s latest figures (pdf). Thirteen more states also have received California’s toxic waste but in much lower quantities.
In the past 13 years, the state has dumped 3.7 million tons of hazardous waste in Utah, more than 2.9 million tons in Arizona, and nearly 2.3 million tons in Nevada.
And the best:
An investigation published by CalMatters in January found that one of the biggest out-of-state toxic waste dumpers was the state’s own Department of Toxic Substances Control.
Why? California has oodles of deserted space to house their own toxic shit — e.g. Hollywood — so why do this?
The reason is that neighboring states don’t have as many environmental regulations for dumping hazardous waste, and it costs less.
Many experts say a law that passed two years ago, Senate Bill 158, increased the cost to dump hazardous waste in California—one reason why the state uses landfills elsewhere. It increased taxes and fees at landfills and imposed charges on organizations that use, generate, or store hazardous waste.
And it doesn’t stop there:
In the 1970s, the state had 12 operating hazardous waste incinerators and 12 proposals to build new ones. But in 1990, those projects were killed by environmental activists and most of the existing facilities were closed to provide “environmental justice” to the communities affected by them, according to Williams.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, solid waste incinerators emit hazardous air pollutants, harmful emissions, and toxic ash, posing health concerns for nearby residents and the environment.
Environmental justice for California’s own communities; for those dirty Injuns in Arizona and Nevada, they suggest, it’s not so important.
All that said, I have little sympathy for California’s neighbors because their own governments — dare I say because of
California’s bribe money the revenues? — seem to have little interest in ending all this nonsense, which they could do with a stroke of the legislative pen. Still:
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), who represents the region in Congress, said California should keep its waste. “It’s bad enough that liberal Californians are moving in droves to Arizona after torching their own state and turning it into a cesspool of crime and homeless junkies,” Gosar told The Epoch Times in a statement. “We certainly don’t need or want their toxic waste.
Tell that to your Democrat buddies and Arizona’s fraudulent governor, buddy. Good luck with that.
Indefatigable Contributor Mike L. sends me this report from inside Deepest Blue America:
With Memorial Day just one week away, millions of people are expected to hit the road this upcoming holiday weekend. AAA has predicted travel to hit pre-pandemic levels and are urging drivers to make safe driving a priority as car accidents are at an all-time high in Massachusetts.
A forced lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic prevented many people from traveling. Drivers we spoke with believe that the roads are more dangerous today than they were before the pandemic.
Why is this? Have they forgotten how to drive — or, more importantly, if this is the case — why is it taking Massholes so long to get back into proper driving? This may be the answer:
“We talk a lot about the laws and regulations, about the hands-free driving law, which was instated right after quarantine,” said Juniper Holmes, director of Ja’Duke Driving School in Turners Falls. “They’re not allowed to actually hold their phone in their hands. They’re supposed to use a Bluetooth device to talk on the cellphone or, if they are over 18, then they can talk to Siri and use Bluetooth, but texting in Massachusetts is illegal while you’re driving.”
Holmes told us that distracted driving is a common issue they see on the roads while conducting their driving lessons, and it is something they are stressing now more than ever.
“People are staring at their laps, and when you see people whose eyes are not on the road, their eyes are straight down on their laps, you usually think that they are texting or they’re on their phone, and the law also states that you’re not allowed to be texting or making phone calls at a red light or stop sign, either,” she said.
Clearly, the answer is MOAR LAWS (which is the usual response Up There). Or maybe — gasp! — stricter enforcement of and higher penalties for said laws?
Nah… that would be rayciss or transphobic or something.
By the way — and I admit that I haven’t driven in Boston or anywhere in Massachusetts in a long time — I’ve found that Boston’s drivers are the most aggressive and impatient assholes in the entire country. They make Texas rednecks and New Yorkers look positively polite and British by comparison.
“No matter what the crisis of the moment, the left’s solution is always to make ordinary people’s lives worse.” — Glenn Reynolds
Nothing that can’t be fixed by simple methods.