Oh boy, buckle up folks because the climate catastrophizers have set their sights on a new target: our precious ice cubes! Yes, you heard it right, the climate loons are coming for our frozen cocktail delights. So, get ready to bid farewell to ice-cold margaritas, Bloody Marys, and bourbon on the rocks, because these climate fanatics want to deprive us of all the good things in life.
Scientific American, the self-appointed guru of all things climate-friendly, has decided that it’s time to put an end to the joy of having a nice chunk of ice floating in our drinks. According to them, the production of ice cubes requires an alarming amount of water and energy. But hold on a minute, shouldn’t it be obvious that making ice requires water? I mean, what do they expect, ice cubes to magically appear out of thin air? These climate alarmists are truly out of touch with reality.
Cocktail Aficionados Beware: The Climate Catastrophizers Are Coming for Your Ice Cubes https://t.co/DtYeyfxn3y
— RedState (@RedState) June 28, 2023
The article goes on to suggest that we can make cocktails without using so much ice. But let’s be honest here, what kind of pathetic excuse for a cocktail would that be? We all know that ice not only cools our drinks but also enhances their flavor, texture, and balance. It adds that refreshing touch that makes a cocktail truly satisfying. But apparently, the climate fanatics think we should sacrifice the pleasure of a well-made drink in the name of their climate agenda.
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, they throw in some ridiculous calculations to prove their point. They claim that shaking three and a half ounces of ice for 12 seconds generates about 2,000 watts of power. Okay, let me get this straight. They want us to believe that the energy used to make a properly chilled cocktail is a grave threat to the planet? Give me a break! I’m sure there are more pressing issues to tackle than worrying about the energy consumption of a few ice cubes.
But here’s the bottom line, my fellow conservatives. We can’t let these climate loons dictate every aspect of our lives. First, it was plastic bags and straws, then it was our gas stoves and air conditioners, and now they want to take away our ice cubes. It’s time to draw the line and say, “Enough is enough!” We should embrace our right to enjoy a perfectly chilled cocktail without guilt or fear. So, grab your favorite drink, add as much ice as your heart desires, and show these climate catastrophizers that they can’t ruin everything we love.
In the end, I’ll raise my glass to all the climate skeptics out there who refuse to let the fearmongering ruin their enjoyment of life’s simple pleasures. Cheers!
Source: Red State