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Apr 11 2018

Los Angeles Is Painting Streets White to Ward Off Global Warming

If they were Buddhists, they might spend taxpayer money on a solid gold statue of Buddha 1,000 feet high. Since they are moonbats, the people running Los Angeles spend it painting the streets white to ward off the imaginary global warming crisis:

While each coasting could can last up to seven years, they are also pricey, with the estimated cost of $40,000 per mile, the L.A. Daily News reported.

Two coats at a time are required, and the $40,000 per mile per coat cost is “subject to change pending pavement innovation.” Given that the public is footing the bill, revisions are likely to be steeply upward. Good thing taxpayers have plenty of money, because there are many miles of streets in LA, though not enough to handle the traffic.

On a tip from Guy B.



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