Got up and opened the window to a bright and beautiful morning, took a deep breath and exhaled carbon pollution.
Watered the plants on the window sill, applauding my courage because that greenery had been consuming so much carbon pollution it was bound to be toxic.
Forgot to reset the toaster and burnt the toast. Had to scrape off the carbon pollution, but it was still edible.
Took a shower, creating the most potent greenhouse gas known to man, water vapor. Breathed a sigh of relief, knowing it wasn’t carbon pollution. But then felt bad about breathing.
In other serious lines of argumentation, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), March 31, Congressional Record, Page S2013:
Jeez. Carbon dioxide causes strokes? Now I feel really guilty.
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