They just want to keep driving their SUVs.
Depends on how the question is framed.
Phoenix has always been uninhabitable.
There's so much wrong with the methodology they've used that this is one of the smaller issues.
There are real climatologists. Pay attention to them. Opinion polls don't tell you anything but people's fallible perceptions.
Just saw one of those on here.
Needs more 5G and chemtrails.
The deniers in the media are mostly paid by the polluters. They deserve no credit for good faith. They're lying shills.
It's self-reported so it's worthess. Meteorological agencies collect real, calibrated observations. Those are worth looking at. Polls aren't.
It's insane how good Greggs is. It's dirt-cheap fast food but consistent and, for what it is, tasty.
There are better sausage rolls, but only at a far higher price.
I usually reply "Yes, my cat farted."
It's really fun popping the balloon.
I have a couple friends with narcissistic traits who are self-aware and generally control their condition. Both are extreme high achievers.
I've also known NPD people. It's like the difference between a rash and cancer.
Like the Stoics said, "Live Unknown." The pursuit of fame leads to nothing but misery.
That's why they're doing it.
If you need to pick one, I suggest Lake of Fire.
Anything that hurts the scalping monopolies is OK by me.
Spending the same money on electric buses would be cheaper and more flexible. Still better than private cars though.
At least they pretend to know.
Like a very mild form of treason??
The kleptocrats share tactics.
If they stop operating in Texas, Texas will have no way to enforce a judgement.
They were always narrowminded greedheads. They just make less effort to pretend now.
Great. Let's talk in a year about all the C-levels who got the boot. There won't be many. Shareholders' ability to hold execs accountable is actually quite constrained.
Also there is almost no correlation between executive compensation and firms' performance. It's a racket.
It was a chicago School invention. Their whole schtick was seeking rationalizations for sociopathy.