/ Proposed ban on gas stoves... #171
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- Aug 28, 2012
- Case-IH MX-270, Massey Ferguson 7495, Challenger MT535B, Kubota F3680 & ZD331 Ram 5500 Cummins 4x4, IH 7500 4x4 dump truck, Kaufman 35’ tandem 19 ton trailer
I guess it comes down to education, right? If we keep getting dumbed down by poorly performing public schools, uninterested in teaching our Yutes anything related to common sense, you get people burning NG or propane indoors without ventilation. lolNobody has mentioned if it’s a good idea or what is actually happening when your stove burns propane or natural gas inside a closed room.
“It was good enough for pappy, so it’s good enough for me!”
“Meh…we’re only poisoning ourselves a little bit…a little bit of odorless, carbon monoxide won’t hurt anyone. …or the increased carbon dioxide”
…I’ll stay away from the discussions about whether the government should ban dangerous products…
…let’s just stick to the facts about burning propane and NG indoors. In possibly and sometimes vented conditions, but often not. A good idea or no?
I mean how stupid can ya get?
We get rid of NG in homes & restaurants instead of simply ensuring proper ventilation? Yeah um OK, makes sense to me.
Instead of costing society billions more to change to all electric, let’s teach people about the mysterious, often overlooked concept of ventilation. No need to put more people on our already failing electric grid.