Plastic bags, straws, heating your room in the winter, cooling it in the summer, and driving to work are all bad for the environment.
Behold the wondrous future that awaits us when the seas have risen and we no longer own cars, straws or our own lives.
The Andrew Yang Singularity is upon us.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang said the United States may have to eliminate private car ownership to combat climate change during MSNBC’s climate forum at Georgetown University Thursday morning.
He told MSNBC host Ali Velshi that “we might not own our own cars” by 2050 to wean the United States economy off of fossil fuels, describing private car ownership as “really inefficient and bad for the environment.” Privately owned cars would be replaced by a “constant roving fleet of electric cars.”
Or a constantly roving fleet of Yang fans explaining to everybody why they’ll be happier riding mules to work in thin nasal voices.
Private car ownership is indeed inefficient.
Collective buses are much more efficient. Private businesses are inefficient. There should be one giant factory that makes shoes for the whole country. Another one that makes pens for everyone. There’s just one type of shoe in different size. And one color pen.
That’s much more efficient and good for the environment.
Elections with multiple candidates are inefficient and bad for the environment. We should just have a lifetime dictator who would take away all our cars, shoes and straws for the environment. And dress us all in Mao jackets and have us wait for a collective bus.
For the environment.