Times Square New Years Ball Drop Theme Is About ‘Climate Change’ Or Something

But, of course it is. A city that would collapse without fossil fuels will host a ball drop celebration where thousands and thousands will take fossil fueled trips to NYC, tons of energy will be used, people will be wearing clothes shipped from all over the world with fossil fuels, and etc and so on

The theme for this year’s Times Square ball drop? Climate change.

Tens of thousands of people gather in and around Times Square every New Year’s Eve, many braving the winter cold for several hours, just to witness New York City’s world-renowned ball drop to ring in the new year.

Every year, the organizers of the event invite special guests to push a crystal button on the main stage to signal that it’s time to drop the ball. Last year’s special guests were 12 prominent journalists, reflecting the theme of press freedom. Previous guests have ranged from former President Bill Clinton to Lady Gaga, so you can imagine our excitement when we found out that this year’s theme is … drumroll please … climate change!

From ice sheets crumbling and wildfires raging around the globe to kids taking climate matters into their own hands to Time magazine naming Greta Thunberg Person of the Year, 2019 was definitely a breakthrough year for climate change.

That’s why the event’s organizers, Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment, decided that this year’s ball drop will honor New York City science teachers and students who have been working hard to address the climate crisis.

“You’d have to have your head buried in the Saudi Arabian sand to not be alarmed by all of the environmental catastrophes of 2019,” Tim Tompkins, president of the Times Square Alliance, said in a statement. “And you’d also have to have a soul of Styrofoam not to be moved by the passion of young people demanding that we do better, and ‘listen to the science’ to start solving the problem.”

How many people will be holding cups of coffee and hot chocolate (and alcohol) in Styrofoam cups? Anyhow, a bunch of kids and teachers who are Concerned over Hotcoldwetdry will be on the stage to push the button that starts the ball dropping, then, everyone will drink too much and throw confetti in the air and expel carbon pollution as they sing. Then they’ll take a fossil fueled trip home.

What they should have done was block off Times Square and charge a ‘climate change’ fee to each person who wants to enter, turn this from a theory into a practice, see how people like it.

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5 Responses to “Times Square New Years Ball Drop Theme Is About ‘Climate Change’ Or Something”

  1. Kye says:

    That would create the most human-free Times Square event ever. But I love the idea. It would illustrate to the world how full of shit these climate cultists are when they refuse to pay $20 toward “climate change”. Actually $20 is too low. The last time I was in NYC I paid $22 for a martini (and that was ten years ago). Surely saving the planet is worth a lot more than a mere martini.

  2. Chumpchange says:

    Some tidbits of info.

    Trump is tied(With Obama) with the most admired man in the world. According to Gallup polling. Melania is 2nd behind Michelle Obama and ahead of Oprah Winfree.
    People in Blue states are polled and have responded that they are better off under trump and doing well financially. The Dems are horrified. The global warming is the pox upon Trump by those who would ordinarily vote for trump even if they are democrats. The left, therefore, is pushing AGW heavily.
    Democrats are so desperate for money they are extorting money from the presidential candidates to run ads. 175k per candidate to have them included in presidential political ads. Left out are Tulsi and Yang. The DNC is still in debt and pulling in half of what the GOP is pulling in.
    Biden said he would consider a republican for a running mate but that the problem with the Right is they wont step up and join the resistance against trump. It was very obviously a planted question and not very well thought out. I am sure this will play well with the left base in the primaries.
    The latest release includes data on 60,576 turbines covering 43 states (plus Guam and PR). I have news for the snowflake left. When you look at the interactive map by the government it is all those fly over states loaded with wind energy. The east and west coasts are barren of alternative green energy.

    In summary Flyover country loaded with deplorables are building wind power, installing solar panels on their own homes, planting millions of trees and working hard on pollution and trash. It is the urban cities filled with snowflake leftists who are screaming about the end of the world when it is them and their local governments doing nothing to help the cause.

    But last and not least. San Francisco is now blaming its homelessness and drug problem on republicans. I kid you not. They believe it is capitalism that has ruined their city while in the same argument claim they are not communist nor socialist while they bash capitalism.

  3. Jl says:

    “Ice sheets crumbling and fires around the world…” Yes, those things never happened before higher CO2…

  4. Mad Celt says:

    Dingbats doing digbat things.

  5. They should try the times square thing in the dark. That would save energy. They they can boost the economy cleaning up all the broken windows the next day and replacing looted merchandise. Win-Win.

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