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How's the air?

Zeratul 2.0

Lieutenant Colonel

This is where I live :(
So you live on the web... (as do we all)

And you visit an "Air Quality Index" site to see if the air is good

And you can't go outside and see and breathe the air yourself to find out.

By the way, there are so many "Air Quality Index" websites (some disguised as English website even though they are found somewhere intriguing...)

It's like "yeah let's talk about the weather, so humane, so smooth, so innocent" --

C O N S P I R A C Y!!!
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Zeratul 2.0

Lieutenant Colonel
I have no theory about the wildfire (which is different from the say industrial pollution)

Kinda exciting "Oh look, fire!" (Not the same can be said about the industrial pollution)
I protect you Epic Builder.
Everyone - Epic lives in a land of tree huggers and where people believe the government is needed to oversee them because people should not have any self responsibility. It is so very different from its next door neighbor, Alberta, where responsibility for ones self is much more in demand, and we once elected an accidently No Damned Policy party for a single term, before they were trounced, never to be seen again. Socialism on one side of the border, and Capitalism on the other side of the border. Never pure one way or the other, but the majority. Normally Alberta has to worry about the smoke invading us from BC (except when we had one of our cities far up north burnt mostly to the ground), but this year, Western Canada gets to enjoy all this illegal immigration (aka forest fire smoke) from the USA. I really thought Trump was wanting to get rid of illegal immigration - why isn't he doing more to keep this smoke in his country? :)