Easy prediction. No school Monday or Tuesday due to global warming.
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You made me smile.
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Remember, it's "climate change" now, since they couldn't get any traction calling it "global warming". Now even cold weather can be blamed :)
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'93 or '94 was the last really frigid one I remember. < 20 below.
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Why is it that those on the right cannot understand global warming causes warmer oceans that cause radical shifts in weather patterns and stronger deviations in the jet stream? You think that a little more ice in Antarctica means that a decades long trend has reversed when the fact is that stronger winds are causing a temporary increase in Antarctic ice. This is just like the argument over evolution. I just shake my head every time I hear "I didn't come from no monkey. Evolution is a lie" If they would just read a book without gilded pages they would find that it say primates and humans had a common ancestor. Instead they watch Fox news and brag about their imagined brilliance. "Creationism is not the alternative to Evolution, ignorance is"
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Anyone who cites global warming (on either side of it) for one weather system is a complete moron.
Yes, I remember when it dropped this low in 1994.
Perhaps the climate change theory would be a lot easier to accept if it wasn't for the radical elements that are the most vocal about promoting it. Personally, I neither support it or reject it...there isn't nearly as much evidence to make a decision as there is for the theory of evolution.
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...and, yes, I remember the extreme cold temps. The world didn't end then, either. I just couldn't get my car to start.
At least the spiders are sleeping.
I remember delivering papers on Highland and adjacent streets in (I think winter of 1985-86) where it was 20 below wind chill. I would jump out of my mother's car and by the time I got back from putting the paper on the porch, I was freezing. I would spit and it would turn to ice as soon as it hit the ground. That's the coldest I've ever seen.
Evolution? Which came first? The Chicken or the Egg? LOL
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triple d, now you know how our whole society is failing. Idiots breading idiots. It's like this every year. Give me one really cold day and the flat earthers are out whooping and a hollerian about global warming (aka climate change). Yet this summer, like last, when areas of the country are experience heat waves of biblical proportions. Not a word. Idiots.
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Paper route Mothers car real paper boys walked or road there bike.
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"I remember delivering papers on Highland and adjacent streets in (I think winter of 1985-86) where it was 20 below wind chill."
Sounds as bad as a route right across the street from Lake St. Clair... very breezy in winter.
"triple d, now you know how our whole society is failing. Idiots breading idiots."
Thuth, the Breading idiot.
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"Evolution? Which came first? The Chicken or the Egg"
HEADLINE: Climate Change Groups Seek New Leadership as Green Movement Loses Momentum
"In the last decade the environmentalist have peddled harsh laws to install climate change strategies. However, many of these laws don’t pass, and new regulations fail to get traction. With global warming at a standstill for most of the last two decades and – much to Al Gore’s chagrin – plenty of ice still on the polar caps, more green groups are firing their CEO’s.
When a team loses more than it wins, you can’t fire all the players, but you can fire the coach."
full story: breitbart. com/Big-Government/2014/01/06/Futile-Climate-Change-Companies-Seek-New-Leadership
Why has 98% of the media failed to report that the stuck ship near Antarctica was a mission of climate 'scientists' out to prove the ice was shrinking?
Didn't work out so well, huh, guys?
I believe in evolution. I also believe in climate change. I'm also apparently brilliant enough to realize that man didn't create past climate changes. We weren't polluting our way to the last ice age. Nature will do what it wants, and we will adjust accordingly to survive. Giving Al Gore and a bunch of scientists like the ones stuck in the ice right now a boat load of money to "fix it" is just asinine. That's where the disconnect comes in. Except one side has empirical and rational evidence, the other is living in a fantasy world.
Beaumont, I delivered papers by bicycle Monday through Saturday. On Sunday I had 200 very fat Youngstown Vindicators that would in no way fit on a bycycle. So on sunday I'd drive the car myself (once I got my license of course) and deliver them at 6 A.M. On this particular very cold day, my mom had mercy on me and drove so that I could get it over with faster. My point was that it was the coldest day I've ever experienced. Does that explain it better for you? Or did you walk 20 miles up hill both ways going to school?
Speaking of going to school, it would be nice if some people would get their "there or their" correct. Same with "two, to, too." It doesn't bother me as much as it does some folks, but it does make one disregard the actual comment and wonder if the typist is a 3rd grader who likes to pretend he's an adult.
In the question, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?", the obvious answer is the egg. At some point in time there were no chickens. Where ever you choose to draw the line between chicken and not chicken, at some point in time a not chicken produced a chicken egg. Since noSocialist also answered 'egg', I assume that he also believes in evolution. That is almost enough to give me hope for the future of Mankind.
"Does that explain it better for you? Or did you walk 20 miles up hill both ways going to school?" Wow skin a little thin today. Some can not take a funny. In the fifties the vindicator split my bundles on Sunday. The Salem News weekdays also split them. Two ten on Sunday and 127 on weekdays
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"Which came first, the chicken or the egg?"
And on the 12th day a fertile egg sunk in the lake and a frog got it up to the land and a monkey was born. The frog fertilized the egg. So keep frogs away from your Chickens. The Chicken then the egg then the monkey and then Man.
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From the learned left...
MSNBC's Politics Nation on Friday featured a lab coat-wearing Al Sharpton pontificating about global warming. Instead of using real facts, the racial-agitator turned faux-scientist tried to exploit the "everybody believes it's real" argument to attack those who disagree with the anthropogenic global warming theory. “
Welcome back to the first Politics Nation science lab of the new year. In the lab tonight, a right wing meltdown over global warming. A winter storm is battling much of the country and climate change scientists were stuck in ice. Which means the folks over at Fox have been trotting out a few theories of their own. Check it out...(continued)........
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