Yearly Reminder That ‘Climate Change’ Will Ruin Valentine’s Day

The Cult of Climastrology just can’t help linking their insanity to everything

Roses are red, chocolate is sweet – and climate change puts them in the hot seat

We’ve been seeing them all over the stores for a while already — lots of chocolates and roses. These are the classics gifts given to friends and loved ones on this holiday.

But have you ever stopped to think where the millions of roses grow?

Most are grown in greenhouses. Why is this all doom-worthy?

Ninety percent of these loads come through Miami International Airport. A plane can hold 3,000 boxes of roses, or about 300,000 roses, are worth $1 million!

From the airplane, they have to be moved quickly to keep them at the right temperature. Within minutes, they are placed in a 40-degree warehouse. After a rigorous inspection by federal agents, off they go to the retailers.

One hundred million roses are grown for Valentine’s Day for the U.S., and that produces about 9,000 metric tons of CO2.

The chocolate part isn’t much better, with prognostications that if people don’t give up their liberty to government and accept higher taxes and costs of living things don’t change, by 2050 the land used to grow chocolate will shrink. You know, because the climate had always been exactly the same for billions of years before fossil fueled vehicles.

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5 Responses to “Yearly Reminder That ‘Climate Change’ Will Ruin Valentine’s Day”

  1. Jeffery says:

    More record highs here in the midwest!

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    Little guy complaining about 72 degrees.
    What a little whiner!

  3. Oldav8r says:

    Jeez Irene, get a hobby or something. Maybe then you won’t have lay awake at night desperately afraid that someone, somewhere is enjoying themselves.

  4. Jeffery says:


    It’s an entertaining quote but you might have corrected attributed it to HL Mencken.

    “Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.”

    ― H.L. Mencken

    In fact it’s the fascist right become the new mix of puritanism and know-nothingism. Sad.

    • Oldav8r says:

      I know it’s a well known quote, but couldn’t remember by whom which is why I didn’t phrase it that way. But thanks for the reminder.

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