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Good thing I bought extra firewood yesterday. It's supposed to rain on Christmas Day, so I'm not sure who these bureaucrats think they are fooling. It couldn't be that they like to remind us all how they can attempt to control our behavior and insert themselves into the our enjoyment of the biggest holiday of the year......
In spite of their efforts, we'll enjoy a Merry Christmas beside the fire.....Merry Christmas all!
This year we've named our "Yule Log" -- Jack Broadbent -- in honor of the idiot from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
Merry Christmas everyone, including you namby pambies who are bothered by soot, carbon monoxide, and dioxin. Get a mask! Let's not spoil the holiest day of the year with your petty breathing concerns. Pollutants and profits (yule log producers and sellers) are as American as assault weapons. Wishing you all a prosperous holiday season!
lib/cap, your worthless sarcasm is growing tedious. But, to humor you, when I light up a roaring fire in my fireplace tonight, I'll walk around the block a few times to see if any ambulances show up to cart off my sensitive neighbors who can tolerate second hand pot smoke, but can't stand the scent of oakwood warming our home.
As an asthma sufferer, I see no reason for others to suffer on this special evening. I do not intend to walk the neighborhood this evening checking my lung capacity. Enjoy. Burn an extra log for me. Duraflames are what we use in our home. Just make sure to clean your chimney regularly. Oh, and Merry Christmas!
Can't wait to light the fire! The crackle of the wood as it releases its air polluting carbon creates a very festive atmosphere.....too many regulations....if you have wood burn it!