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2010-03-01 - 12:23 p.m.

Egad - it's March. How did that happen?

I see my tax guy on Friday...and I still don't have my form from Bob. Time to light a fire under his behind.


The rain seems to be specifically targeting the weekends.

The weekdays are sunny and mild. Then by Friday night, the storms are coming and we have on-and-off rain Saturday. This has been going on for the last couple weeks...and it looks like it'll happen again this coming weekend.

Keep those umbrellas handy.


The cats are fine. They continue to run and chase and sleep and meow.

They are both sleeping atop me, and with the CPAP I literally don't move for several hours...and the instant I move to roll over (usually to turn away from the sunlight coming through the blinds), they are up and gone.

I think they believe that I'm waking up so it's time to be fed.


Shortly after the head of the IPCC, Dr. Phil Jones, admitted that there really hadn't been any substantial change in global temperatures since 1994, Al Gore seemed to disappear.

Well, he's back. He wrote an op-ed for the New York Times titled "We Can't Wish Away Climate Change".

Here's the first sentence:

It would be an enormous relief if the recent attacks on the science of global warming actually indicated that we do not face an unimaginable calamity requiring large-scale, preventive measures to protect human civilization as we know it.

He's gotta be kidding. Even though these scientists blocked papers that went against the pro-AGW religion, made it a point to try to have editors of dissenting magazines and newspapers removed, massaged the data (removing data from Russian temperature sensors and accepting data from improperly placed sensors)...this is still a problem and OMG WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE?

What a difference twenty years makes, eh?

And you have to love Gore's veiled slam at Fox News. Yeah, they are to blame for actually challenging AGW. Right.

Oh, and in reference to the earthquake in Chile, President Obama said that "you can't fight nature".

So why do we need measures like cap-and-trade if we can't fight nature? According to this opinion piece:

All greenhouse gases worldwide make up 2 percent of the atmosphere. Only 3.6 percent of that 2 percent is carbon dioxide. Only 3.4 percent of that 3.6 percent is man-made. If California shut down every man-made CO2-emitting source the result would be atmospherically unnoticeable. In fact, even using their favorite government and U.N. computer calculations, warmists admit that if every nation on Earth had rolled back CO2 emissions to the economy-killing extent called for in the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, there would have been no noticeable change in global temperatures.



Want to see what the entitlement attitude will do to this country in a very short time? Look at what's happening in Greece.


Excuse me while I laugh.


Okay, I need to eat and get going.

Be seeing you.


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