Climate Change; BIG MISTAKE

HERE is another case of a scientist saying climate change is not something we need to get our knickers mufflers in a twist over.   I’ve published the whole article here, so don’t bother to look at the link, just thought I’d display it:

In 2008, Dr. Ivar Giaever joined over 70 Nobel Science Laureates in endorsing Barack Obama for president, but seven years later the Nobel Prize winner now stands against the president on global warming.

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“I would say that basically global warming is a non-problem,” Giaever, who won the Nobel for physics in 1973, told an audience at the Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting earlier this month.

Giaever ridiculed Obama for stating that “no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.” The physicist called it a “ridiculous statement” and that Obama “gets bad advice” when it comes to global warming.

“I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you’re wrong. Dead wrong,” Giaever said.

Giaever was a professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s School of Engineering and School of Science and received the Nobel Prize for physics for his work on quantum tunneling. Giaever said he was “horrified” about the science surrounding global warming when he conducted research on the subject in 2012.

Ironically, just four years earlier he signed a letter with more than 70 other Nobel winners saying the “country urgently needs a visionary leader” and that “Senator Barack Obama is such a leader, and we urge you to join us in supporting him.”

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But by 2011,  Giaever left the American Physical Society because it officially stated that “the evidence is incontrovertible … [g]lobal warming is occurring.” The Society also pushed for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

“Global warming really has become a new religion,” Giaever said. “Because you cannot discuss it. It’s not proper. It is like the Catholic Church.”

Giaever argued that there’s been no global warming for the last 17 years or so (based on satellite records), weather hasn’t gotten more extreme and that global temperature has only slightly risen — and that’s based on data being “fiddled” with by scientists, he said.

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“When you have a theory and the theory does not agree with the experiment then you have to cut out the theory. You were wrong with the theory,” Giaever said.  (END OF ARTICLE)

Z:  How can we stop the great, probably unfixable damage Obama and the United Nations want to do around the world to stop global warming that experts say isn’t happening? How do we stop those who are cashing in on the fear mongering?   How can we stop the smarmy way the Leftwingers ridicule those on the Right,  inferring we don’t care about the environment when what we want is to be good stewards of our precious planet but not destroy the economic future of mankind doing so?

(Meanwhile...CHECK THIS OUT!!   The EPA is real busy trying to prevent GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE…at PARTIES?   $$$$)

Got any suggestions?  How do we wake Obama UP to TRUTH?  (not only on this subject, of course)

[H/T Climate Depot]


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54 Responses to Climate Change; BIG MISTAKE

  1. JOHN M BERGER says:

    ” How do we wake Obama UP to TRUTH?”
    We don’t/can’t. “TRUTH” is but an occasional obstacle in the way of the left’s agenda for maximum government control and a “New World Order”. It sure as heck doesn’t take a , so called, “scientist” to see that, at best, the draconian measures, proposed by “Climate Change” charlatans are guaranteed to be far more damaging than the adaption to any gradual changes in the climate which have been part of the Earth’s dynamic since the beginning of time. The very fact that this ruse still has any traction takes my breath away!


  2. bunkerville says:

    Now we even have a Marxist pope picking up the banner complete with his rant against Capitalism. The devil is among us. Don’t they understand what the end game will be if we pursue this? I heard that rabid EPA head yesterday on C-Span. Arrogantly said she would defy the Supreme court ruling.


  3. Lisa says:

    The left just can’t wait to able to shut down businesses when they reach their “energy” limit for the day and time our showers to 10 minutes,although hat is all I need anyway.
    Oh the Venezuelan Utopia!


  4. Kid says:

    obama isn’t interested in the truth, and the kids hate those who speak it. And as Condel says, truth speakers get censored whenever possible.

    This is all abut reserving the resources for the ‘special people’ who are mostly sociopath progressives.

    How do we fix it? Mass Hypnotism via pop music and porn sites comes to mind.


  5. Kid says:

    JMB, It is stunning isn’t it. The more evidence that this is all a scam that presents itself, the more the believers insist it is real. When we were kids we were stupid to some extent but none of us were ever this stupid. Ever.


  6. silverfiddle says:

    The global-dictatorial left approaches this like statist leftists in this country approached health care: Identify a problem, inflate it to a crisis, and use it to grab more power.

    We all love the environment, clean water and air. Climate is not static, but we can all agree on prudent measures and advancing research on cleaner energy.

    Every generation of appliances, automobiles, etc are more enviro-friendly. Here’s an article from a few years ago from Watt’s Up With That. The US met the Kyoto Protocol goals without even trying!

    Meanwhile, the Euro-scolds have not reduced as much as we have.


  7. bocopro says:

    Amongst the pages and pages of words I’ve trotted out on climate change is this particular rant, which Denny posted a coupla months ago:

    It’s a bit long, and the language is a bit salty in spots ’cause I was disgusted when I wrote it, so if you don’t like reading essays and dislike language often attributed to squids and grunts, give it a pass. Otherwise, enjoy.


  8. JOHN M BERGER says:

    Great Essay! I’ve often wondered how, so called, “science” be “settled” by decree from one such as the gas bag Gore who has a record of incredulous claims and no scientific background or acumen whatsoever? His zealous promotion of this ruse should, by itself, amount to a ‘Red Flag’ imprinted with the word SCAM!


  9. Mal says:

    Well, all I know is we ARE running out of water, on the West Coast anyway. Ravaging fires are consuming forests from Calif. to Alaska, and our Lake Mead here in Vegas is dropping lower and lower, but we are still building new homes because they said they treat and recycle 100% of our sewer water back into the lake so will be able to sustain ourselves. If that’s the case, how come the lake doesn’t stabilize instead of continually dropping? Sure, the earth continually is changing, but we haven’t helped things by overpopulating her, either. We could try to conceive a plan whereby we are able to channel water from flooded areas of the country to the parched areas, thereby giving relief to BOTH. With our ability to map out via satellite topography the best routes to accomplish it, the Army Corps of Engineers could do the work. It might take a decade or longer to do, but it might be possible. Worth considering?


  10. Kid says:

    MAL, I had the same thought. We have oil pipelines going long distances, why not water. Then combine that with reservoirs at the target locations and send it where the levels are lowest if all reservoirs are close to capacity, else ration. As far as Lake Mead, Phoenix and most especially California are taking that water. Lake Powell is down quite a bit too.

    I remember driving over the Hoover dam and only seeing the tops of those intake towers. The water was only a couple feet down from visitor areas around the dam. That’s a lot of missing water. I still think California did not build water holding facilities like reserviors/damns anywhere near matching the population growth since Mulholland brought the Colorado River water over via canal in the early 1900’s.


  11. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro; “JHFC!” I’m not SURE what that is but I can guess 🙂 And, really, it’s horrible, but sometimes it just FITS in our anger!
    Super piece…I so agree. Great point about internal combustion machines. No, nobody was driving SUVs back in the day! Thanks for linking that here.

    Silverfiddle…YES! We all should care about clean air and clean water…to say the very least. But PRUDENCE is the key; that’s exactly the word. I use “good stewards” but that involves prudence…and let’s not destroy the economy over it.
    By the way..”Euro-scolds” and reduction? Let’s talk CHINA and INDIA!! 🙂 HORRIBLE emissions…that’s a SIN and extremely dangerous to its people, particularly in China. Remember the Olympics when they used incredible means to make it LOOK like the water and air are clean?!!

    JMB; I think the nuts are far more damaging than ANY climate change, too.
    I had to show a video in school once of polar bears and how the bergs are melting and the little polar bear was dying, supposedly…..what we heard was “I’m so sad, I can’t find the cold weather I need…” etc…….Queen Latifah did the narration and I finally HAD to turn to my high school class and ask “Does anybody here REALLY think Queen Latifah knows what that polar bear’s thinking?”

    Lisa; SO MUCH of Obama’s agenda seem geared to destroying business and those it hires. This is a big part of it, this climate thing.

    Like SF says above, we must be prudent, and I remember THIRTY FIVE YEARS ago when certain metal-painting companies were having to leave Los Angeles because they emitted something unapproved of…And I have to admit LA is SOOOOOO much better for things like that….the air is so good in most areas in comparison to years ago. There are things needing fixing but not like this admin and the UN want….

    Kid…”How do we fix it? Mass Hypnotism via pop music and porn sites comes to mind.”
    Man, that is profound…sad, and SO TRUE.

    EVERYBODY: OPM Head, Ms. Archuletta just ‘resigned’ over the hacking of TWENTY-ONE MILLION Americans by “SOMEONE” (“but don’t worry, we don’t think anything’s in danger…and you know that the airline computer problem and the Wall St computer problem and the other thing were JUST COINCIDENCES “!!)


  12. Kid says:

    PS – If we could only think of a way to melt the ice at the poles, our troubles could well be over.

    Z,That thing you had to show your class disgusts me. Have they reduced the number of Polar Bear hunting licenses? Not last I checked about 5 years ago. There is always to debunk the horsehockey.

    In contrast to that though years ago when I’d listen the local talk radio on the way to lunch, there was a homo dude who was a serial caller (Nick, waiter, boyfriend Thad) and would call in and literally be crying for the Cailfornians who would wake up and find themselves under 200 feet of water. Now,That was hilarious. The talk show host would tell him emphatically that he couldn’t care less which would make Nick cry even harder.

    Yea, n one of the rest of the world is doign Jack, mostly making the pollution much worse as they try to increase their standards of living, and the ones who do what appears to be carbon reduction and doing things to lower the cost of electricity Period.

    It makes me wonder why they didn’t try to sell it as reducing pollution which is highly suspected for generating cancer. That would have gotten a lot more people on board.


  13. geeez2014 says:

    Mal and Kid; I’ve often wondered why they can’t bring water in, too…..everywhere else is raining TORRENTS.
    I was laughingly telling a friend recently “Why can’t they line up a bunch of huge trucks, open the tops and let it rain, then drive them HERE!?” I know that wouldn’t be NEARLY what’s needed but you get my drift! 🙂
    Not sure that California knew so many years back that we’d get THIS MANY Americans (and NON AMericans, by the way)….
    And, I TOTALLY agree that Las Vegas sounds way too overbuilt.

    Also, Palm Springs used to be medical haven for asthma sufferers, allergy sufferers, etc., and now it is NOT because they’ve built too many pools…it’s just not that great dryness they had.


  14. Kid says:

    Z, Well California should have been developing as the populations grew, but Noooooo, they decided to spend the money on giving people sex change operations 🙂

    As an aside, did you see where Oregon has Ok’d sex changes for 15 yr old an up, on Medicaid, and don’t have to tell the parents. You thought you had a son named Tommy living at your house and one day you wake up and find that No, you have a daughter named Trammy.


  15. geeez2014 says:

    Yes, I did see that thing in Oregon…it’s unbelievable.
    I keep wondering when/where this will FINALLY make a real effect on parents and other people….
    “Trammy”? HA!!

    Re California, the snow levels have always provided us with water; I have to admit the snow levels have not been the same these last 20 years or so. Not consistently good….but they were years before.


  16. JOHN M BERGER says:

    @Mal & Kid,

    “channel water from flooded areas of the country to the parched areas”
    “combine that with reservoirs at the target locations and send it where the levels are lowest”

    Yeah, why not! Well, would some whack-a-doodle environmentalist(s) fight this? After all, common sense is becoming increasingly un-common. They (environmentalists) would probably rather limit showering to, say, once a week so everyone else can smell just like them!


  17. geeez2014 says:

    Kid..”It makes me wonder why they didn’t try to sell it as reducing pollution which is highly suspected for generating cancer. That would have gotten a lot more people on board.”
    We did hear that around here from time to time. Honestly, you couldn’t take a deep breath when I was in high school on really hot, smoggy days, without coughing.
    Commenter/friend FB, who moved into the San Fernando Valley 2 years ago is suffering because that area’s still pretty smoggy.
    But, in general, it’s WAY better.

    Not sure I want the poles melting too much!!??


  18. geeez2014 says:

    The homeowner’s president here, a friend of mine, asked me in an email last night if I wouldn’t mind turning on the sprinklers on Mondays because our gardeners only come Mondays and Thursdays and it’s only legal to water now on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    I have to email her back that SHE can do that if it’s illegal; it’s not only illegal for the gardeners to do it! She jumped on ME because I’d complained that , as usual, the gardeners are doing a crappy job …. “So, if you want your gardens to look better, we need YOU to water illegally”… no thanks!! (the problems with the gardens were NOT water caused, by the way…just inept gardeners with absolutely no experience or training…..and who don’t habla English)


  19. Kid says:

    JMB, I was going to tell Lisa I had her beat because I only shower on Saturday but thought better of it at the time. Now I can’t resist.


  20. Imp says:

    @Kid…”Yea, n one of the rest of the world is doing Jack, mostly making the pollution much worse as they try to increase their standards of living..”

    Spot on bud…last year my wife and daughter were in Beijing…the sun looked like the moon trying to penetrate the sky … as it was so covered with pollution that most people were wearing masks to breathe. Then look at India….mostly a total sewer they live in.


  21. Baysider says:

    The Green Jihadis have found the best tool yet to leverage in a totalitarian oligarchy. They’ll fight to the death [of liberty and country] to keep it.

    Our state government in California has been DERELICT in providing for good water management. We got 9.1 inches of rain here in the last season! That’s right in the middle of our average 7-12″. But without an expanded reservoir system (and willingness to pump the water out) we are in a ‘drought.’ And they roll this ‘crisis’ into the Green Jihadi movement.


  22. Bob says:

    Z: Thanks for posting this article. I read it the other day, but hesitated to write about it.

    One quote that gets me is, “Giaever argued that there’s been no global warming for the last 17 years or so (based on satellite records), weather hasn’t gotten more extreme and that global temperature has only slightly risen — and that’s based on data being “fiddled” with by scientists, he said.

    In my opinion Giaever misspoke. It is not an ARGUMENT that warming has not been happening for the last seventeen years. It is a MEASURED FACT! There is no argument about it. The evidence is in for the last two decades and CO2 doesn’t have the climate mojo as assumed. The argument is not all over because liberal, rent-seeking scientists don’t want to see their primary source of income go away, i.e., the US Federal Government climate grant trough.

    For all you Californians, its going to be tough. You live in a desert, and it has been uncommonly wet in the last century. Just like Katrina hitting New Orleans, California leaders had to know that supplying fresh water was going to be a problem. I would like to see if the Obama Administration would approve a water pipeline from Canada to Los Angeles.

    As for me, I would rather be able to buy those great California vegetables at my store than see all your yards green with lush. So, phooey on your yard watering. Give your share to Tom Selleck for his avocados.


  23. Silverlady says:

    Of course we have Climate Change: Spring, Summer, Fall, & Winter. Every year, too.


  24. geeez2014 says:

    Bob!! I will never forget what I heard once on Hannity, and which didn’t get picked up in the media anywhere…it was about 10 years ago and there were a few shows shot from the Central Valley situation where tiny smelt are being rescued from extinction (they thrive in the Pacific NW, so this is a bald faced LIE of environmentalists) by diverting water to THEM from the acres of growing land that NEEDS water…..YOU WILL NOT BELIEVE THE PARAGRAPH I JUST ADDED BELOW!!!!!!;…..meaning that we have VERY LITTLE WATER for the Central Valley, which is the bread basket of our country; nuts, dairy, cattle, citrus, grapes, wine…all KINDS Of great things that GO in everything………all things that NEED WATER!!
    One of the San Francisco Conservatives on their Council said “Sean, I have never understood why our Council has tried so hard to get water shut off to the Central Valley for the last few years”…that’s echoed in my brain all these years and it still makes me extremely concerned and sure that the liberals here are nasty bastar.. oops. 🙂 And intent on shutting this country DOWN, starting here.
    LOOK!!……….Read this!!! “………..In late summer 2007, a federal judge in Fresno, Oliver Wanger, finally ruled in favor of an environmentalist lawsuit demanding that the federal government curtail its water deliveries to the West Side by 80 percent and more. The suit involved salmon and especially the three-inch delta smelt, a fragile, short-lived fish. The number of smelt in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta had plummeted over the years, the environmentalists claimed, because the California water projects had diverted far too much northern freshwater away from the delta, leading to lower oxygen levels there and ruining the ecosystem; in addition, the huge pumps that sent the water around the delta supposedly destroyed young smelt populations. The solution was to shut down the irrigation pumps, allowing California rivers to flow year-round—not just in the wet season—to the delta and the sea.”

    If anybody’s very interested (it’s LONG and VERy comprehensive) in Victor Davis Hanson’s review of the water situation in California (from which I published the clippet above), check this out:

    excellent article…..makes sure you get to the part about the SMELT…


  25. geeez2014 says:

    SilverLady…good one!
    It is SUCH a gorgeous day today; Santa MOnica beauty at its best. The SUMMER CHANGE 🙂


  26. Baysider says:

    Thanks for the link to VDH’s article. Jim Costa is a pretty decent guy (thanks to him we can actually make a living without being over-penalized for living in Soviet Monica), and I’m glad to see he’s on the right side of the water wars. I’ve also read about some kind of bacterial infection in the smelt that was eradicating the population. Maybe that’s related to San Francisco’s waste water.

    MAYBE that should have been looked into before destroying California’s breadbasket and throwing 40% of the central/southern valley farmworkers out of work. But if you ‘think’ with the part you sit on, emotions and sh*t rule the day. You cannot talk to ‘these’ people.


  27. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider; that’s weird….I’ve been pretty much up on that smelt thing and hadn’t heard that…but you probably also know that smelt thrives in the Pacific NW, so it’s not facing extinction.
    And, of course, who GIVES a darn? Over the lives of people whose livelihoods depend on farming/ranching, etc., there’s no contest; Let’s all remember…in days of old, PEOPLE mattered more than SMELT. Those were the days.
    This is all about diverting much needed water TO the smelt areas……….depriving the bread basket and creating acres of parched land we’ve all seen pictures of.

    No, you can’t talk to these people…………


  28. Kid says:

    Baysider, that reminds me. San Francisco’s lof flow toilets have caused the sewer system to go total dysfunctional. Now they have to spend 14 million on bleach to pour into it AND how many thousands of gallons of water to flush it out. LOL ! Man I hate libtards,.


  29. geeez2014 says:

    Kid…isn’t that perfect? JUST PERFECT.
    Nothing they ever do really WORKS, does it…even flushing toilets!


  30. Kid says:

    Z, IN fact, no. Nothing progressives do works. They’re stupid. The democrat party has left this country with every single life sucking problem in existence today. Bankrput SS, welfare state, destroy education, turn the media into a propaganda machine, import the enemy, import people who don’t add anything to our country or culture, You name it, it was caused by the libtards.


  31. Baysider says:

    There have been journal published surveys of smelt populations with mycobacterium whose virulence is affected by temperature, salinity and ‘stress.’ The stress of just handling the fish is what was meant. All man-caused, of course. But a far cry from “we have to shut down the water pumps.

    The VDH article is just terrific – lessons abound. To paraphrase Henry Higgins: Let a government in your life … and you invite eternal strife. Or, like your headline, another BIG MISTAKE.

    In the midst of it all this craziness (2012) San Francisco actually VOTED on whether to remove the Hetch Hetchy Dam – THEIR PRIMARY WATER SUPPLY. Hmmm. Maybe that wouldn’t be such a bad idea.


  32. Baysider says:

    That San Francisco vote is such a perfect microcosm of what all their airhead cousins are doing globally – cutting off the hand that feeds them. (Or, what was that phrase our friend used at the study last night about poisoning yourself?)

    What they don’t tell you about all these scientists who signed on to this ballyhoo (and many to get funding from it) is that list includes few credible ones in THIS FIELD. Reminds one of FDR’s Brain Trust – a bunch of university smarties who knew practically zip about how to “run” an economy, and demonstrated it beyond refutation. Obama’s repeated the error.


  33. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider…my point is; WHO GIVES A DARN ABOUT SMELT? Particularly when they are NOT in extinction? Not sure what you mean here by “The stress of just handling the fish is what was meant.”


  34. Imp says:

    @Bob…”I would rather be able to buy those great California vegetables”…

    Buy Florida…we’ve taken up the slack.


  35. Baysider says:

    Z -“stress of handling” is literally that, handling the fish. Just like a cat gets ‘stressed’ with too much unfamiliar handling. Those stress [hormones?] have a negative interaction with the immune system, much like people I guess. And caused bacteria levels to rise.

    I think the smelt case is very instructive to your post in this regard: A small rabble with an agenda got a mal-informed mob to act on emotions not founded in facts, and created an economic disaster, and all based on green issues. We didn’t have to wait decades to see what happens. The pain was fast and so visible – a very scary adumbration of what the bigger issue of global [non-]warming portends. Yes, ‘basically a non-problem’ creating a HUGE problem.

    Kid – loved the SF story. Since many people (including me) are turning to “no flow” toilets as a solution to mandated water cuts, Mr. B and I have been talking about the effect of that on the sanitary sewer system. Ugh! (This is happening in Detroit in the derelict sections. Not enough flow to make the sewers work, so the city wants to revert to farm use and close down portions of the sewer.)


  36. Kid says:

    Bay, I howled when I read it the first time a few years ago or more.


  37. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider, the way you’d put it, I thought you meant the stress of the humans handling the fish!
    Thanks , I had a feeling this is what you meant, but reading it again, I wasn’t sure!


  38. Imp says:

    @Kid…sorry to have to say this…but my Pops told me long ago that you don’t drink where you sh!t. Seems the azzhats in Sacramento drink bottled water then? What puzzles me…no actually tells me without any uncertainty..that shutting down farm land with it’s revenues of billions and it’s products demanded around the world….just completely shut it down….a wonder of modern, efficient farming, employing millions and feeding millions more…that these people are certifiably insane by any standards.


  39. Kid says:

    IMP, certifiably insane and/or evil.
    I choose both.


  40. Imp says:

    Smelt….any of a family (Osmeridae) of small bony fishes that closely resemble the trouts in general structure, live along coasts and ascend rivers to spawn or are landlocked, and have delicate oily flesh with a distinctive odor and taste.

    Knowing that species all over the planet become extinct on a daily basis…does anyone here ever remember eating this thing?


  41. Kid says:

    IMP, The libtard thinking is that it may provide us with a cure for cancer or wrinkly butts at some point in the future. We must save everything. Nature is way too complex for libtards to understand or trust. It must be controlled and by extension ruined by afore mentioned libtards.


  42. The fact of the matter is that water is dangerous to people.
    Many people drown in it.
    The liberals are just trying to remove that threat from their environment.

    And smelt dipping is fairly popular here in Michigan.
    The local Big Boy restaurants had smelt on their menu in season.


  43. Baysider says:

    “had smelt on their menu”
    NOW we know where they’ve all gone!


  44. geeez2014 says:

    There’s barely anything more delicious than smelt, lightly battered, deep fried and salted and sprinkled with lemon juice on them…crisp and wonderful and you eat the whole thing, backbone and all.
    They grow ELSEWHERE, the loss of them in the region specified is inconsequential.
    This is all about agenda.

    If any of you read my comment above (I know it’s hard to catch up and read everything), you’ll see what I said about watching Hannity about 10 years ago and wondering at the comment from a San Fran councilman that he couldn’t ever figure out why the S.F. Council was always so eager to do things that would shut the Valley down…. That still sends a mental shiver down my backbone.


  45. Kid says:

    Well here ya go. George Tells us all we need to know. Oggghhhmmmmmm


  46. Bob says:

    Z: Thanks for the link to the Hansen article. It is very interesting and informative, telling me a lot of what has been going on. By the way, if Smelt is so good fried, maybe we can talk McDonald’s into putting it on their menu.

    Great comments, everybody. I have learned a lot from this article. Florida vegetables? Sure. I shop at Publix.


  47. Kid says:

    Dang, sorry, forgot to mention language in that last one.


  48. Bob says:

    Dang, Kid. I should have posted that one.


  49. Kid says:

    Bob, it’s never too late. I play it once a year mimimum just for myself.,


  50. Imp says:

    BOB:…..Publix? Where? So far they’re only a southern outfit…..battle flag and all. But I learned while I was in Winston Salem…they’re building a store there to take on Trader Joes , Harris Teeter.( A great store ), Lion king and Fresh Market. Which I totally love.


  51. geeez2014 says:

    We’re not doing without anything around here….keep buying CALIFORNIA 🙂

    Bob…..Smelt, fried, are fabulous. But,no, not at McDonald’s…haven’t you heard their extinction is around the corner? (as if anybody cares!?)


  52. geeez2014 says:

    Kid, ya, that routine by Carlin is good……….thanks for posting it! cracked me up about all the thousands of extinct animals..”WE didn’t kill them ALLLL!” “the Earth doesn’t share our prejudice of plastic…it looks at it as one of its children!”


  53. Kid says:

    Z, glad you liked. That one is chock full of stuff. The planet’s Fine !, the people are ******
    My favorite is ‘We don’t know how to take care of ourselves yet, we don’t know how to care for one another and we’re gonna save the ***** PLANET !?!?!?”

    Perfect goal for libtards though. They can go through a bunch of useless unproductive exercses and pretend that THEY somehow saved the planet. It’s not like they’d accomplish anything real. It’s whey they’re all in media, education,politics, and hollywood. You don’t have to Do anything and especially not be accountable for anything.


  54. Mal says:

    “I never smelled a smelt that smelled like that smelt smelled.” 🙂


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