Powers Mocks Tips On Way To " 'Green' Your 4th" of July Celebrations


Responding to a New York Times op-ed by The Washington Post's Brian Palmer on tips to green-up Fourth of July grilling, Malkin's guest blogger Doug Powers wrote:

For other ways to "green" your 4th, I suggest printing several copies of the above article, setting them on fire, and cooking burgers and hot dogs over the flames. That way none of it will go to waste. Also, instead of environmentally unfriendly traditional fireworks, try blowing up an electric car. You'll still get the "boom," plus you'll be helping get those carbon nightmares out of circulation. It's a brand of "green" firework serves as its own offset.


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