Thursday, October 03, 2019

Scooter Rage Powers Blight In Kansas

There's a persistent myth that scooters help the planet.

Here's a fact check for hipster environmentalists: Materials used in manufacturing and companies’ efforts to collect and charge scooters create significant greenhouse gas emissions

Meanwhile, our frustrated friends in Kansas are simply dumping the scooters in the river as a sign of protest:

Renting A Scooter In Wichita Is Easy, And Apparently So Is Tossing One In The River

When it comes to electric scooters, it seems that people either love them, or want to see them all thrown into a river - literally. On Monday, Dusty Lehman of Wichita posted a video to Facebook showing he discovered seven scooters in the Arkansas River.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...


That's funny. Don't cut the breaks like the guy in Florida you might get caught like he did, but throwing them in the River is a great idea.

Anonymous said...

Of course manufacturing scooters requires energy, and of course that energy comes mostly from burning fossil fuels. The same can be said of manufacturing anything, including EVs and wind turbines, etc.

Anonymous said...

All you have to do is lift it up and slam it to the ground and they fall apart.

Anonymous said...

witnessed two niglets (age 10 and 11) trying to walk one of these scooters home (stealing).
Hilarious and cluessless