I knew this was going to happen in NYC because it is happening in the other marxist-sociopathetic State of Kaliphornia.
So far, for the last 3 weeks, I have been burning wood in my fireplace for about 18 hours a day and I will do this until I run out of wood or until the temps get about 50 degrees. Bite me libtards and go to hell.
"A wood-burning fire in the city is a ridiculous luxury - we would never have put it in ourselves," said Mr. Arpels, grandson of one of the founders of Van Cleef & Arpels and the former managing partner of Netto Collection, a baby furniture company bought by Maclaren. "In the city, it doesn't make sense to burn fires, because it's inefficient and it's polluting."
Hard as it may be to believe, the fireplace - long considered a trophy, particularly in a city like New York - is acquiring a social stigma. Among those who aspire to be environmentally responsible, it is joining the ranks of bottled water and big houses.
"The smoke from a fire smells very nice," said Diane Bailey, a senior scientist with the Natural Resources Defense Council in San Francisco. "But it can cause a lot of harm." The tiny particles, she said, "can cause inflammation and illness, and can cross into the bloodstream, triggering heart attacks" as well as worsening other conditions.
Or as Starre Vartan, a 33-year-old blogger who goes by the name Eco-Chick, put it: "Any time you are burning wood or cow dung, you'll be creating pollution. It's like junk food: if you do it once a month, then who cares? But if it's something you do every day, it's important that you mitigate it somehow. It's a hazard."
Libtards. Who needs them and let them go to a country where all their wishes already exist.
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