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Temperatures rising up

Original post made by Erlinda , Danbury Park, on Mar 9, 2022

With temperatures rising up it’s time for every drivers or adults to minimize using those things that blows heat or create heat like cars and air conditioners. Lots of cars blow or create heat while we drive, much more when we get stock in traffic. Air conditioners blows heat out to our earth every time we turn it on. Those things added much more heat to our surroundings killings living things in our areas like our green bushes and grasses and most importantly our surrounding trees not only that it also dries up our fresh water as quickly as we think.
I don’t think anyone from our government officials would tell the public or the people to minimize using those things that blows heat even if the fires are already happening. No offense to those officials. This is my responsibility and the public to minimize because I don’t want my little families to live in excessive heat to the point of my surrounding forests are on fires and we all have to breath tremendous amount of toxic smokes.
I better minimize now because but most importantly my family and me needed fresh water all the way and all the time.

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Posted by Cosmic-Charlie
a resident of Downtown
on Mar 9, 2022 at 5:25 pm

Cosmic-Charlie is a registered user.

Good Grief...

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