7 ISSUES THAT WEREN'T MENTIONED IN OBAMA'S LAST STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS BUT SHOULD'VE BEEN

While we do think it's possible that water infrastructure could have gotten a nod from the President like it did last year http://neorsd.blogspot.com/2016/01/news-could-potus-final-state-of-union.html I was doubtful it would get much more than that, if anything. Here is our list of other things that weren't mentioned but should have been.
  1. Lake Erie algae
    Blue green algae is a tremendous and growing threat to Lake Erie. What can be done legislatively to reduce the risk? http://neorsd.blogspot.com/2015/11/watch-we-expected-9-it-was-actually-105.html
  2. These people
    Seriously? Under? I mean c'mon, right?
  3. Microbeads
    This is big news. Last month, the president signed legislation to ban microbeads, the tiny plastic particles found in hand soaps and scrubs because the beads are an environmental hazard. https://medium.com/p/59debe470706
  4. My neighbor's dog
    Priorities, Mr. President. http://dogscantflush.org
  5. People who reheat fish in the microwave at work
  6. How America is preparing for the tardigrade uprising
    The water bear is a tiny microscopic creature that we commonly find in our work. But should America be concerned about its ability to withstand radiation, freezing, and the vacuum of space? http://neorsd.blogspot.com/2014/03/pic-water-bear-sounds-cuddly-actually.html
  7. People who use Comic Sans as their default email font
    If anything needs an Executive Order, please, now. Or yesterday if possible.