Ladies, Your Hairspry Is Causing Hotcoldwetdry

As Steven Milloy points out, there will be a whole lot of angry women out there if government Does Something

(Deseret News) There are dozens upon dozens of household products that Utah air quality regulators may decide to impose new restrictions on as part of the effort to clean up the air.

It will include that oven cleaner stored under the kitchen sink, the car wax out in the garage and the bug killer spray out in the shed.

Of the 88 everyday products under consideration for new limits on what is called volatile organic compounds, there is only one product that has residents upbraiding the state Division of Air Quality with their hair-raising concerns: hair spray.

Certainly, some of these products are not necessarily the best for air quality, as in, real environmental issues, but, of course, Utah Division of Air Quality’s Joel Karmazyn is focused more on “emissions output”, ie, CO2. Most of the products named have taken into account air, water, and land environmental issues for decades, particularly sprays. Now I supposed we can add hair spray and the others to the list of Things That Are Bad For Climate Change, which will give me more material for my If All You See… posts.

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2 Responses to “Ladies, Your Hairspry Is Causing Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. john says:

    Bummer Teach if Utah, one of the most conservative of all states, has been taken over by the wacko warmists, what little hope must be left for the climate truthers

  2. Gumball_Brains says:

    john.. that is actually so true. Every once in a while you have a bright moment.

    This is nuts.

    Really? Car Wax? Seriously? Car Wax?!?!?

    overbearing commie ninnies

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