Straws

Trump Criticizes Straw Bans, While His Campaign Sells Trump-Themed Straws for $15

The once noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny is now being used to help get Donald Trump re-elected.

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Plastic straws are now an issue in the 2020 campaign, and on this narrow policy question, President Donald Trump is the pro-freedom candidate.

Yesterday, the president's re-election campaign rolled out brand new Trump-themed plastic straws that are guaranteed to irritate environmentalists.

"Liberal paper straws don't work. STAND WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP and buy your pack of recyclable straws today," reads the sales pitch for the straws on Trump's 2020 campaign website. Despite a 10-pack going for a whopping $15, the merchandise appears to have already sold out.

Trump spoke out on the issue today.

"I do think we have bigger problems…[but] you know, it's interesting about plastic straws. You have a little straw, but what about the plates, the wrappers & everything else that are much bigger and made of the same material?" Trump said when asked by a reporter whether he supported banning plastic straws.

Opponents of straw bans can't afford to be choosy with their allies, but it is sad to see plastic straws—once a noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny—being appropriated to re-elect a president who thinks the Bill of Rights is just one more invoice he doesn't have to pay.

Trump is not wrong to point out, in his own meandering way, that straws are a small portion of overall plastic consumption. Data from litter surveys and beach cleanups find that straws are far outpaced by things like candy wrappers, cups, and cigarette filters.

When Starbucks stopped topping some of their drinks with their traditional cup-and-lid combo, they ended up replacing them with strawless lids that used more plastic.

Trump's campaign is also correct in pointing out that "liberal paper straws" are a poor substitute given their propensity to dissolve in drinks or crumple when being poked through lids. These deficiencies are why plastic straws replaced paper ones to begin with.

However, the Trump campaign, while being good on straws, also lends credence to another bogus environmental panic by advertising their Trump-themed straws as "BPA free."

BPA, short for Bisphenol A, is a chemical often found in plastics. A number of studies raised some concerns that its presence in food packaging could be hazardous to human health, which in turn fanned alarmist calls to ban the chemical or boycott products that contain it.

Both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the European Food Safety Authority have found that at current levels of exposure, BPA poses no health risk to consumers.

The plastic straw is a helpful and cheap drinking utensil that has been unfairly maligned as an environmental menace. Keeping them legal should be a matter of sound science, not an attempt to win another battle in a toxic culture war.

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  1. The once noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny is now being used to help get Donald Trump re-elected.

    Doesn’t that tell you something about Trump and his supporters?

    1. Yes, it does:

      1. Trump understands symbolism and fund raising.
      2. His supporters understand fund raising and trolling.

      1. 3. Reason writers understand little

        1. They write numerous articles about the absurdity of ridiculous straw bans, but these bitches can’t even allow themselves a moment to enjoy the president trolling on it because of pathological TDS

          1. Indeed. This is the sort of article I would expect to see at Vox.

          2. Reason doesnt understand that the best way to defeat progressive tyrants is to mock them and make them feel uncool.

            1. Just like many of the democrats, Reason seems to despise Trump so much that they cannot bring themselves to admit that he’s making a valid point. The anti-plastic straw zealots deserve to be made fun of, and — at least on this issue — Donald Trump is right on target.

              Personally, I have purchased a big supply of plastic straws. I buy the large ones with a big inside diameter, making them easy to clean and reuse. Enjoy my poem below ….

              Straw Man

              Man, that surely sucks,
              It’s the real thing, don’t you know,
              From ‘fore they banned the plastic straws,
              Years and years ago.

              Oh, someday they’ll perfect the paper
              Straws that now collapse,
              Before you’re finished sucking,
              And throw them in the trash.

              They’ll coat ‘em with some kind of spray,
              That lets them last and last,
              But still be called a paper straw,
              They’ll really catch on fast.

              And they’ll get flushed with all the shit,
              That’s floated out to sea,
              And banned just like the plastic ones,
              They took from you and me.

              But as for now I’m hoarding straws,
              Just in case, you see,
              ‘Cause I like sucking through a straw,
              Wild and brave and free!

              So piss off, and let me be ….

              ………. Ssslurrrrp!

              John Brunt Baker
              September 21, 2018
              “They can have my plastic straw when they pry it from between my clenched, porcelain, dental implants!”

    2. More important it tells me Reason writers don’t know if they’ll shit or go blind.

      1. Its the last straw for reason staff.

        1. Well played.

        2. +1

          1. Comment forwarded to gab and Dissenter.

        3. +1

    3. Doesn’t that tell you something about Trump and his supporters?

      Tells me a little something about Britschgi and the current state of Reason.

      1. “If you’re not happy with reason.com, if you’re complaining all the time, you can leave, you can leave right now.”

    4. They flout our civil democratic norms! It’s like some sort of illiberal authoritarian “anarchy party” has seized control of our technocratic classical-liberal government and just don’t care about THE NORMS!!11!

    5. Yes – they suck.

    6. This #LibertarianMoment brought to you by Orange Man and the Deplorables who supported him, over the hysterical pants shitting opposition of @Reason.

      You’re welcome.

      “Wah! Trump supports what I support! ” – The TDS is strong with this one.

  2. Jesus fucking Christ. Straw bans are stupid. I think so. Reason tells me so. Trump thinks so. His campaign is guessing that a majority of the population thinks so. But it would be tragic if Reason’s noble cause got Trump reelected because Orange Man Bad. Jesus fucking Christ.

    1. Listen to your doctor and take your meds. Live long.

      1. Your comment would be in clear violation of your preferred moderation policies, brandy

      2. Lol, keep trying Brandybub.

  3. REASON MAGAZINE: “President Donald Trump is the pro-freedom candidate.”

    1. ‘Women and minorities hardest hit’.

      1. Proof?

  4. …a president who thinks the Bill of Rights is just one more invoice he doesn’t have to pay.

    Oh. Snap.

    1. Citation omitted.

      1. Citation not omitted. It clearly states president, and all presidents treat the BoR as the inconvenience it was meant for them to be.

        1. Citation needed as claim vary greatly between Presidents.

    2. “…a president who thinks the Bill of Rights is just one more invoice he doesn’t have to pay.”
      And yet he’s better on the rights contained therein that ANY of the Dem’s who are running for president.

      1. The ones that openly talk about repealing them? Yeah, Christian Britschgi is a bitch, gee

      2. And better than the previous two presidents

    3. Libs were all convinced that Reagan was a blockhead, too, no matter how much he accomplished.

    4. Trump is a lot better on the BOR than the last several POTUSes, a thousand times better than the last guy, easily.

      This is what TDS looks like, kids

      1. Who supported a flag burning amendment and described it as a “no-brainer”? Was it Obama or Trump?

        1. Notice he wants an amendment, he isn’t just ignoring the BoR. He wants an amendment, which is a complicated process.

        2. Who wanted to revise the constitution to repeal the 1st Amendment for political speech because of Citizens United?

          https://www.huffpost.com/entry/citizens-united-constitutional-amendment_n_3465636

          I’m against anti flag burning laws *or* anti flag burning amendments, but Trump shoots a bb gun at the 1st Amendment, while the Dems take a flamethrower to it.

          1. Baby jeffry decried the CU decisoon. He doesn’t know what he wants half the time or doesnt understand that election regulation laws do nothing but favor incumbents.

      2. Who described eminent domain as a wonderful thing”? Was it Obama or Trump?

        1. Oh no Trump said things! Who actually tapped the phones of a major news outlet? Who actually executed an American citizen without a trial? Who actually spied on the rival party’s presidential campaign?

          1. You’re right, they’re not equally bad! But it’s pretty farcical to claim that Trump is “a thousand times better”.

            1. Ok, I’ll agree with that.

            2. Considering the things that were ACTUALLY done, it’s farcical to say anything less than 8,000x

            3. Depends on the scale you’re using, I suppose. Trump isn’t my ideal President, by a long shot, but, yes, he’s a LOT less worse than anybody on offer from the Democrats. Even Hickenlooper, who I once cited as an example of somebody the Democrats should run if they wanted to start being competitive in non-urban areas, jettisoned his non-objectionable stances in an effort to be competitive in the primaries, and is now about as insane as the rest.

              Yeah, I was pissed off about the bumpstock ban, but I blame that on the NRA, which decided it was time to throw another marginal group of gun owners under the bus, and told Trump to go for it.

              On most topics, the Democrats aren’t just worse, they’re gibbering insane these days. Censorship of political speech, gun control, banning private health insurance… The lunatic left has taken over the party.

        2. Poor pedo jeffy.

          Eminent domain is literally in the Bill of Rights.

          1. That’s why he hates it.

            Law is icky, because muh anarchy.

      3. And let’s not even talk about Trump’s view on libel.

        And just to be clear, before everyone starts jumping down my throat: I point this out NOT BECAUSE I AM SUPPORTING OBAMA’S ABUSES IN ANY WAY, only to point out that BOTH teams are pretty damn horrible when it comes to civil liberties and the bill of rights.

        Will Trump defend your Second Amendment rights? Sure. (Well, possibly. It’s complicated!) Will Trump defend your right to burn a flag? Hell no. Will Obama defend your religious liberty? Only tepidly, if at all. Will Obama defend your Second Amendment rights? Hell no. Will EITHER OF THEM give a shit about the Fourth Amendment? Nope.

        I guess the best you could say is that they are both terrific on Third Amendment issues.

          1. Well then, I stand corrected.

        1. Oh, I agree, on any absolute scale both parties are pretty bad on civil liberties. But there are some critical differences.

          If you’re living a relatively “conventional” life, you don’t have a lot to fear from the Republicans. They’re not trying to forcibly re-engineer the US into some kind of “woke” socialist utopia. They’ll basically leave you be, at least to the extent any government would. Heck, they’ll mostly leave you be these days even if you aren’t living a “conventional” life, so long as you keep it to yourself instead of parading around naked in the local daycare, or whatever.

          The Democrats aren’t like that. They’re aiming for an “enlightened” socialist utopia where everybody is as “woke” as them. And if you don’t want to be part of it, you’re the enemy, and the enemy can’t be lived with, they need to be crushed.

          That’s why they can’t tolerate a florist not making arrangements for a SSM, even though there’s a florist happy to right down the street.

          That’s why nuns have to get free birth control as part of their healthcare coverage.

          That’s why they are so fanatical about gun control. They know that they’re making enemies, and they want those enemies as easy to steamroller over as possible.

          The Republicans might be authoritarian, but the Democrats are totalitarian. And that’s a big freaking difference in the end.

          1. +1000

          2. Well said, Brett.
            Too few note the extremely important distinction between authoritarian and totalitarian.
            It is there, and it is massive

    5. I will admit I smirked at that. I’ll give Britches that much.

  5. Careful about BPA. It was the original glysophate in hysteria and reason has some of those truthers.

    1. Does it really matter if it’s just individuals expressing preferences by choosing what they will or won’t purchase in a free market? It’s one thing to comment on stupid laws limiting choice, but this place needs to STFU with their condescending remarks about consumer preferences they don’t like. And in the context of this article, they only threw the BPA comment in because of their TDS.

  6. Anyone else place an order?

    1. I’d be lying if I said the thought didn’t cross my mind.

    2. I just send boxes of plastic straws to Lefty politicians from time to time.

      I sent packaging foam peanuts to NY politicians.

      1. Meatspace Kek is the best Kek.

  7. The horror!

  8. If we don’t ban plastic straws in the next twelve years, every person on earth will die. Or something like that.

    Remember the “good old days” when we were more concerned about thousands of hydrogen bombs sitting atop missiles which could be launched at a moments notice? Somehow, plastic straws and cup-lids just don’t bring out the panic in me in quite the same way 🙂

    1. Wait until you see The Day After The Day After, which involves the annihilation of the world after the ocean is literally blanketed with plastic straws so that all sea life dies.

      Children will be sleepless for decades to come.

      1. And you have to admit the bans have meant that thousands of plastic trees have been spared!

        1. Radiohead hardest hit

      2. And don’t forget the bee-apocalypse!!!

        1. Fortunately, those saved plastic trees don’t need pollination.

          1. LOL.. true dat!

      3. That wasn’t as good as the prequel ‘the day after the day before tomorrow’.

        1. “Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow”

  9. Reason just wishes they thought of selling promotional straws first. But since its Trump Baaaaaaad, good grief reason

  10. “but it is sad to see plastic straws—once a noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny—being appropriated to re-elect a president who thinks the Bill of Rights is just one more invoice he doesn’t have to pay.”

    Wow, did you read that before publishing it?

  11. Sane People: Sure, throwing straws around everywhere is probably bad for the environment, but trying to ban straws seems like an overreach of power and ultimately futile anyway.

    Team Blue: I DON’T CARE, BAN ALL THE STRAWS, WON’T YOU THINK OF THE WHALES

    Team Red: TROLOLOL LET ME TROLL YOU HARDER HAHAHAHAHA

    *sigh*

    1. So.. point to team red?

      1. Yep. It’s fun fun fun.

      2. Yup.

    2. Even “bad” for the environment is a bit of a stretch. It’s a negative, but if we were able to eliminate all plastic straws in the whole world everywhere, the positive environmental effects would not be measurable. It might even be a net negative since the alternatives require slightly more energy to produce.

      1. Worse than that – banning straws in the US, where we have a good sanitation system and very, very little of our trash ends up in the ocean is pretty dumb. But banning straws in places in the US that are hundreds or even thousands of miles from the Pacific Ocean is completely idiotic. I live in a newly straw-ban city. It is the dumbest thing ever. Paper straws don’t even last out the meal. All to absolutely no effect whatsoever.

        This is who they are. They want to control what size your soft drink is as well. Because you are fat. Even though they’ve never met you, they know you are fat. So they think it is perfectly fine for the government to ban large sodas. Even if you drink calorie-free sodas. Because…. I don’t have a clue what the because is there. Just shut up and drink from an 8 oz. cup, fatso.

        Reason should stand for more liberty, full stop. If a major party politician is sticking his thumb in their eye over this idiocy, you say “good on ya, mate!”. You don’t call him a fascist for making a solid political joke that happens to further your cause.

        Jeez people, we are living in a world where someone who thinks you should go to jail for life and have all of your assets taken for the offense of running the classified ad section is the leading candidate for the DNC nomination opposing the guy who is making fun of straw bans. And she doesn’t just think it… she was pretty obsessed with putting that into action and had the power to do so.
        She even continued after a judge slapped her down pretty hard. How about a little sense of proportion?

        It is as if Robby’s “to be sure” tic has eaten the Reason offices and now they have to “to be sure” everything. “Yeah, Trump is on our side on this one, but to be sure, he’s the worst person since Hitler.”

        1. And here’s the problem I run into: There’s plenty to criticize Trump about. But there’s so much criticism like this that’s either dishonest, hypocritical, or just taking the little things and blowing them out of proportion that my default position is to defend Trump.

          It sometimes takes me a few minutes to pause and evaluate before I realize that this time Trump actually is in the wrong. When they attack literally everything about Trump, sensationalizing everything, they drown out their capacity to actually sway people on the critical things. The ridiculous criticism of Trump has done more to put me on Trump’s side than the man could ever have accomplished on his own.

          1. Yep

            Like Dick Nixon.

            Nixon was the biggest of Big Govt POTUSes, but he made good enemies (the worst people in the country). So I still feel bad for the guy and a still feel little protective of him, even though there is literally NOTHING about his domestic agenda to like.

            Trump>>>>>Nixon. Though Nixon was “presidential” and followed all the “norms”, to a fault

    3. “Team Blue: I DON’T CARE, BAN ALL THE STRAWS, WON’T YOU THINK OF THE WHALES
      Team Red: TROLOLOL LET ME TROLL YOU HARDER HAHAHAHAHA
      *sigh*”

      So trolling idiotic claims is equal to idiotic claims? How long did it take you to come up with that idiotic statement?

      1. I didn’t say they were equal. I do believe however that they are both acting like unserious children. Maybe one of them is a 5 year old and the other is a 4 year old. But they’re both children.

        1. Ridiculing stupid feel good measures is not acting like a 5 yo. It is actually an age old method to make your point. It is also very effective. Was Chaplin acting like a 5 yo when he made his classic “The Great Dictator”? Or Mel Brooks classic “Blazing Saddles”? Monty Python’s “The Life of Brian”? Edward R. Murrow’s interview of McCarthy using the Bible, the Constitution and Declaration of Independence ?

        2. chemjeff radical individualist
          July.20.2019 at 1:41 am
          “I didn’t say they were equal. I do believe however that they are both acting like unserious children. ”

          Thanks for confirming it.

    4. Team Read is *so* much more fun!

  12. The author of this piece is what, 12? Free advice, guy, grow some facial hair and get a better pic.

  13. I don’t like plastic straws in my water. They taste funny. Paper straws are actually better in that regard.

    1. And tortilla chips or rice cakes are marketed to you as ‘gluten-free.’ So you prefer them too. Even if those brands cost more. Assurance is great.
      News flash – there has never been gluten in rice or corn.

      1. I swear to god I once saw a shelf tag that proclaimed sugar “a fat free food”.

        1. At least it was true, unlike “hormone free” meat.

          My pet peeve is “organic” food. No, I prefer the ceramic food, the shelf life is better.

          It’s ALL organic except for the salt!

          1. I chuckled.
            Seriously, I actually prefer non organic vegetables. For some reason they hold up better in the fridge

          2. I’ve seen both organic water and salt advertised. Yes there are organic salts (salts that contain carbon) but you wouldn’t want to put them on your baked potato usually.

            1. “…organic water…”
              That will be some sort of petroleum product.

              1. Some sort of oil anyhow. Possibly vegetable. Marginally better then petroleum but not much.

            2. My personal favorite is organic and non-GMO beer. The core concept of the beverage is that it’s ~5% organic toxin by volume. I can only assume, based on organic non-GMO beer’s existence, that organic non-GMO tobacco is a thing.

    2. “I don’t like plastic straws in my water. They taste funny. Paper straws are actually better in that regard.”

      I really don’t give a shit about what you prefer, so long as you don’t outlaw what I prefer.

      1. I’ll agree with that.

      2. If the shit you’re using is getting into our food then Houston we have a problem. I’m not saying it’s the plastic straws per se but there’s more to it then “don’t tell what to do”.

        1. And what problem perse is that? Plastics are basically indigestible, your body treats them the same as cellulose, i.e. the eliminate them via your feces. Other than possibly giving your looser, more frequent stools, how is this a negative?

          1. In fact one of the most popularly prescribed medications for sluggish bowels is glycolax (polyethylene glycol) basically small shreds of plastic. It has been around for several decades with no indications poor health outcomes (except diarrhea, abdominal cramps, etc which are normal for all treatments of sluggish bowels or constipation, and of course for those allergic to it).

        2. OG
          July.20.2019 at 11:08 am
          “If the shit you’re using is getting into our food then Houston we have a problem. I’m not saying it’s the plastic straws per se but there’s more to it then “don’t tell what to do”.”

          Shorter OG:
          “KEMIKULLLZS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    3. Paper straws taste better

      Seriously???

      1. Tell Bubba Jones you’ll outlaw paper straws and see how Bubba responds.

    4. That wasn’t a straw the clown put in your water.

    5. But try using a paper straw to get out something stuck between your teeth. Doesn’t work worth a darn.

  14. Shouldn’t we be laughing at anyone trolling the other party for their idiotic stances? I know I would laugh my ass off if the Democrats figured out a way to troll Trump on immigration or trade wars.

    Do better Britches.

  15. Trump’s making money on the anti straw ban backlash? That’s Capitalist as hell. God, does Trump know how to troll, he’s been making the Democrats his bitches for 2½ years.

    And the outrage and whining after every Trump utterance or tweet is a sweet melody.

    1. I wish they had a like button

    2. I’ve posted this before and only the TDS-afflicted have objected:
      1) DeVos
      […]
      17) Still making lefties steppin and fetchin like their pants is on fire and their asses are catchin’

      The fucking lefty ignoramuses posting here are still steppin and fetchin!

  16. Reason “Latest” page Trump obsession score: TES = 15

    Trump mentioned 15 times in the title or single lede sentence on the page. Click bait? Sells ads? I dunno.

  17. The once noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny is now being used to help get Donald Trump re-elected.

    God damn. You guys just suck nowadays.

    . . . it is sad to see plastic straws—once a noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny—being appropriated to re-elect a president who thinks the Bill of Rights is just one more invoice he doesn’t have to pay.

    C’mon man, you’re better than this.

    1. When the feth were straws ever a symbol of resistance to government tyranny?

    2. Trump, as shitty as he is, may confuse the Bill of Rights for an unpaid invoice, at least he doesn’t confuse it with toilet tissue and wipe his arse with it – like EVERY OTHER CANDIDATE wants to do.

    I mean, WTF? Trump made some stupid comments about not liking the media – you know, you guys and your friends in the MSM that have been openly propaganidizing for 30 years – but his competitors are talking about nationalizing whole industries and eliminating the 2nd amendment. We’ll see how much freedom the press has when the right to access to the tools of self-defense is no longer protected and the press are then licensed as an arm of the state.

    Every year this magazine has worse writers on staff – excuse me, ‘associate editors’, not writers – and ever more intrusive ads. What the fuck am I whitelisting this site for?

    Get back to focusing on libertarianism and drop the freaking virtue signalling. At the least, the latter should be a *firm* editorial policy.

  18. How about Trump plastic bags? One can go to the grocery stores in places that banned those “environment-destroying” plastic bags.

    1. Take some plastic bags from an out of state store to the same store in California. Present them at checkout. Enjoy the looks as your items are bagged and you walk out. Also bring your own plastic straws to restaurants.

      1. Now you can make them MAGA straws!

  19. I think I may buy a box to send to my brother out in California.

  20. A few decades from now Trump straws will sell for a nice profit as a collectors item.

  21. Oh no, Trump got his cooties all over the straw ban issue!

  22. 8 million tons of plastics is dumped into the ocean every year and supposedly it’s getting into our food and we’re eating 100 plastic fibers with each meal.

    1. Speak for yourself. As a Midwesterner, I only eat locally sourced free range plastic garbage. None of the overpriced imported ocean plastic garbage for me.

      1. sounds delish

      2. As a Midwesterner, I only eat locally sourced free range plastic garbage. None of the overpriced imported ocean plastic garbage for me.

        Personally, I’m in it for the plasticizers rather than the plastics themselves but as long as you consistently reach the 10000:1 cheese:plastic ratio (by mass) you can’t even tell where the plastic comes from.

      1. We shit out the plastic fibers.

        1. That is basically it. It is mostly indigestible, therefore your body just eliminates it. In fact, considering how many Americans don’t get the recommended level of fiber, thus leading to bowel irregularities, this actually could be beneficial.

    2. “8 million tons of plastics is dumped into the ocean every year”
      And how much of that in the last 20 years was straws from the US and Canada (Hint: 0%)

      1. Criticizing plastic straw bans on the grounds that it will have zero practical effect on the environmental plastic is *exactly* like criticizing communion wafers on nutritional grounds.

    3. And?

    4. OG
      July.20.2019 at 11:06 am
      “8 million tons of plastics is dumped into the ocean every year and supposedly it’s getting into our food and we’re eating 100 plastic fibers with each meal.”

      “100 plastic fibers”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Fuck off, you pathetic PoS.

  23. I think the straw bans are stupid, but not as stupid as dumbass Trump supporters paying $15 for ten straws.

    You have to be dumber than a box of hammers to go for that deal when you can buy 1000 straws for $15 on Amazon.

    1. It’s called ‘a contribution’, but those afflicted with TDS are too stupid to realize that.

      1. It’s called a bad deal by people who don’t spend their time deep throating Trump.

        1. Yeah, instead you fags spend your time getting spitroasted by Pete Buttgag and Cory Booker. You sure a winner.

    2. Paper straws are quite expensive on Amazon, which is the only place I can find them at any price.

  24. Plastic straws are swallowed by sea birds, who then die slowly and in agony.

    1. Interesting. You should emulate their behavior and swallow a whole box of straws. Then get back to us with the results.

    2. Do wind power next!

  25. So, Trump is opposing straw bans because he makes money off of straws?

    That’s almost like a Congressman who opposes tariffs on Chinese goods because his family makes bank on selling cheap imported tools.

    1. That’s your takeaway here?

  26. Next item for sale:
    Case of Trump-Aid in metal cans with old-style pull tops — only 500% markup.
    To display your patriotism, be sure to discard the separated pull-tops in the grass or playground sand at your neighborhood public park.

    1. Bitchin’!

  27. Guys like Donald Trump are too old to understand the problems of today’s world. Maybe things will change if young people take power… Anyway that’s sad.
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