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California legislators go Full Stupid

Gasoline powered garden tools are their new enemies. Ya’know like the lawn mowers, chainsaws and string trimmers that were major breakthroughs initially, and staples of homeowners ever since.

Nevermind the thousands of Mom’n’Pop businesses servicing owners of these tools. We, the brilliant, have determined that you peasants need to mow your lawn on your knees with scissors. Well, at least on your knees.

Of course the legislators have never operated any of those tools, in fact having ZERO personal tool knowledge at all … the hired help has always done that tedious, mundane stuff. Sadly, the geniuses in Sacramento have no clue regarding what tools their hired help use. They deserve what they get.

But the unrepresented rural Californians deserve better than what their brain-dead city-dwelling majorities have forced upon them.

Oh well. I left in 1999 for good reasons. City idiots own the legislative process. It cannot be fixed by anything other than natural selection… coming soon.

Meanwhile, the chemtrails continue to criss-cross their skies, the elites continue their consumptive private jet and limousine travel, near-empty busses patrol the streets at 3-miles-per-gallon …

– Ted –


California Considers Statewide Ban On Gas-Powered Garden Tools


SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — If you have any gas-powered gardening tools, you may be forced to give them up soon.

California is considering a statewide ban on the equipment.

At least 60 cities in California have some kind of ban on gas-powered garden tools, but now state regulators are concerned about the impacts these tools could be having on the environment.

According to the California Air Resources Board, running a gas-powered lawnmower for an hour will produce the same amount of air pollution as a Toyota Camry driving from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.

There are millions more small off-road engines (i.e.: gas-powered lawnmowers and leaf blowers) in California than there are light-duty passenger cars, according to the board’s estimates.

The board has set a goal of reducing smog from these machines by 80 percent by 2031.


California Considers Statewide Ban On Gas-Powered Garden Tools