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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Snow Day!

Senator Jim DeMint tweets

Considering we are currently getting hit with another big snowstorm, I think Al Gore has some 'splainin to do.

Schools were closed quite early tonight which made my son pretty happy.  My husband is planning on working from home today, so full house here.  I will probably end up playing short order cook for the day while they enjoy their snow day.   Fortunately I made the trek to the supermarket to pick up all the essentials like milk, eggs and bread in case we are trapped at home for a month or something.  I think I have enough on hand to make french toast for the entire state of Rhode Island if need be.  Well, it's a pretty small state as states go but you know what I mean.

If you are in line to get hit with this snowstorm, I hope you enjoy your snow day.  Don't worry about global warming, the MSM has already thought up an explanation why these storms actually confirm global warming. Whew, that's a relief, now if they ever get around to covering the complete breakdowns at IPCC and the giant holes blown in the science in the last few months we might actually get somewhere.  Till then I am sure they will continue to ignore the men behind the curtain:

3 comments:

  1. This page goes to a climate science spoof video and a link to an old article on the Gore effect:

    http://hsv.110mb.com/Al_Gore_Effect.html


    You can go straight to the video here:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1b-6U5MwyDM


    but you'll miss the striking thumbnail photo and set up:

    "As chief operating officer for the cabal of Billionaires who control the global warming scam, Hitler quickly realizes the long range implications of "Glaciergate"."

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  2. A guy I know claims that 'global warming' is the cause of abnormal warming OR cooling.

    How does he know this?

    His daughter once had a college course and the professor said so!

    I refuse to talk to the guy anymore

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  3. They try to come up with anything to explain the coldness.

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