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Banning Flowers

Postby Gloominary » Fri Jun 16, 2017 10:18 pm

Half the time I don't even enjoy summer anymore.
More and more people are suffering from allergies, due to expanding cities, and expanding pollen and pollution counts.
I think it also might have something to do with our immune systems being ran down, due to poisons in our foods, and drugs.
I think flowers should either be reduced in my city, or banned.
Now I know some people like flowers, and I know why, I'm not anti-flower.
But aesthetics aren't terribly important to me, and there ought to be some cities, or at least some parts of cities in the world that're pollen free, or pollen reduced for allergy sufferers.
I don't like to take drugs, althou I've contemplated wearing a mask whenever I venture outdoors, cause I can get them pretty bad, like sneezing 100-200 times a day, watery, itchy eyes, nose, sinus pressure.
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Re: Banning Flowers

Postby MagsJ » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:22 pm

Less.. or pollen-free flowers only, for boroughs-in-bloom schemes etc. but as allergies get worse, so does the lack of care for others.
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