What’s Santa’s Carbon Footprint

Yeah, the lunatics are still doing this stuff. It used to be we only had to worry about the anti-Christmas lunatics, now we have to deal with the “green” Christmas moonbats

(Grist) We all know that with the end of December quickly approaching, Santa is busy getting everything set for his worldwide tour. Tim Allen’s, erm, Kris Kringle’s boots are mighty big, but the carbon footprint he leaves behind is even bigger. Ethical Ocean took a look at Santa’s environmental impact, and tried to see if they could help him run a slightly more eco-friendly operation.

How so?

Santa carbon footprint

That’s just a small part of the entire graphic. Go here for the full unhinged one, which also includes ways to reduce one’s carbon footprint, such as using locally produced milk and cookies, recycled toys, and, wait, don’t actually give your kids coal? Seriously? Like anyone does that?

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3 Responses to “What’s Santa’s Carbon Footprint”

  1. Adobe Walls says:

    This brings to mind a solution to two problems. For one institutionalization of green moonbats could be as simple as dropping them off near the edges of the sea ice. This could reduce the costs of institutionalization but could also help solve the “cannibal polar bear” problem.

  2. gitarcarver says:

    Of course they hate Santa Claus.

    Santa Claus is all about giving, making children happy and being of good cheer.

    That is anathema to their desires.

    They are miserable and want everyone else to be miserable as well.

  3. They are a pretty miserable lot, eh?

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