Says it all, or at least most of it

For the record, she is now at The Dallas Morning News. Why anyone would live in Dallas — ice storms in January, scorching heat in July — is beyond me.







4 comments »

  1. Holly H »

    17 February 2017 · 12:11 pm

    Well, don’t look now, but…soon we will wonder why anyone would want to live in MOST U.S. cities. Climate chaos and all.

  2. CGHill »

    17 February 2017 · 1:08 pm

    All kinds of chaos waiting for us, not all of them weather-related.

  3. ETat »

    18 February 2017 · 6:16 pm

    Holly, I have been hearing that promise for 11yrs, ever since ridiculousagitka by Algore. That Christmas at my friend’s house was entertaining; recorded conversation with one of his nieces, Marie #2:
    Me: oh, look, it’s raining outside – I didn’t even noticed.
    M#2, gloomily: what do you expect; in 10 years we all be under the water.
    Me: ???
    M#2: Global Warming. All because of that stubborn idiot. I hope his TX ranch will be under, too.
    Me, trying to joke my way out: don’t worry, we’ll adapt: you’ll develop a scaly tail and flowing fins…don’t you want to be a mermaid?
    M#2: No.
    Years passed, still no Flood and no tropics in Arctic Circle.Then, during CE course I was amazed how tenacious a Lie can be.
    Then there was certain lefty nincompoop from Dem Election campaign quarreled with his betters blaming DNC candidate selection, because “I will certainly now die of consequences of climate change!”

    And now you predict climate chaos. Well, if I was a betting woman…

  4. CGHill »

    18 February 2017 · 6:35 pm

    This is the question that invariably foils the warmenistas:

    “What is the correct temperature of the earth?”

    They will of course attempt to change the subject.

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