I feel I’ve been rather harsh on Bulgarian journalists, considering they are by far not the only offenders. So in the interest of balance here’s the competition from Greece.
Thanks to Ioan for pointing this out today.
World Environment Day today with the UN asking people to reduce their CO2 emmissions. The chairman of the (Greek) electricity board denied the harms of CO2, explaining that it is widely used even in soft drinks.
However I came right back at him with Bulgaria’s contender:
Streets of Bulgaria’s Yambol Washed for First Time in 10 Years
Bulgarian authorities reported that the streets of the southeastern town of Yambol have been washed for the first time in ten years. Unemployed people were hired to do the job as part of the Social Ministry programmes for temporary employment. Citizens commented they could not remember the last time they saw the streets of their town clean.