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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby ScaupHunter » Thu Jul 04, 2013 1:47 pm

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ScaupHunter wrote:If we want to count the nickles and dimes no. If we want to talk about being funded by others, living a life he did not earn, and being given choice jobs with no real responsibilities or accountability then that answer is a firm yes.

Bush was held to a much higher standard than Obama has ever been held. Don't think so? Bush served and learned to fly jet fighters. Obama can't seem to his shoes without help much less fly a jet. Bush managed to convince the people to elect him despite a biased MSM. Obama received endless help from the MSM. Bush won two wars handily. Obama still has troops in both places despite promises to the contrary. Before you try and get all wound up on that the wars ended quickly. The insurgencies are continuing and will for another 100 years. It is the middle east after all.

What exactly was it that Obama has done. He can't even get Obamacare off the ground. It is delayed yet again!

Bush handily won two wars yet Obama still has troops there? Seriously? And Bush was held to a higher standard??>??? Everyone realized Bush was riding the little bus from day one. He was given so much latitude just for being stupid it's a travesty. It has absolutely nothing to do with nickles and dimes. It has to do with political influence. Do you not recognize the political power of nepotism in our society?????Jeez, brother. You are gonna melt that crack pipe if you don't let it cool down.


Germany, Japan, etc.... We are still there. No other presidents have promised to bring them all home and then not done it Jim. Notice I didn't mention Vietnam? that wasn't a war. Korea is technically only in a cease fire right now. The war in Iraq was won in 3 weeks. Their military crumbled as fast as we could roll north. The war against the Taliban was won handily by our Special Forces troops and the northern alliance. Insurgencies are an entirely different thing and can take decades to squash.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby dudejcb » Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:14 pm

ScaupHunter wrote:... The war in Iraq was won in 3 weeks. Their military crumbled as fast as we could roll north. The war against the Taliban was won handily by our Special Forces troops and the northern alliance. ...
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED except that in both cases the enemy went to ground AFAP only to re-emerge as insurgencies later. Drat.

The non-genius-brainiac part in Iraq was disbanding the army instead of re-employing re-directing the existing infrastructure to ameliorate collapse into chaos. But of course the Hollywood script the conservatives were following was that they'd throw rose petals at our feet in thanks for their freedom. Well done Sir! Mission Gone Awry
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby slowshooter » Thu Jul 04, 2013 4:13 pm

Hey. It meant profits for Halliburton. What are few thousand American lives worth if they are given up for free?

To Halliburton? Nothing... To the families of the fallen? Everything.

**** Cheney is a war criminal and he should fear getting captured and tried... Because he'll never see a courtroom before he's aced out to protect the system that enriches the military industrial complex.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby High Sierras » Thu Jul 04, 2013 5:39 pm

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Since when is making vastly reaching public policy on unreliable information a good idea?
Hell, you progressive/liberals gave Bush $hit for making a judgement call on what were reliable sources, just because it ended up to be wrong (by your (re)definition of WMD).
FAIL: You've consistently missed the point here; it's not that he made a bad judgement call on unreliable information; he (and his minions) produced, embellished, and sold the bad information using scare tactics (mushroom cloud) as a pretext to their foregone plans, using 9/11 as the excuse. Not only that, but they silenced or retaliated against those who disagreed or promoted caution/skepticism of/with the "intel." Try to keep up! This is way old news.

And obama's (and algore's, and the libs in general...) scare tactics on [strikethrough]global warming[/strikethrough] [strikethrough]global cooling[/strikethrough] climate change (for now) are somehow different?

As far as silencing or retaliating against any and all of obamas (or again, the leftists in general...) critics on climate change...well, we don’t have the room to go into that in detail here, do we dude? Lord Monkey and all, right dude? Another of your name games since "Monkton" is such a digital mouthful for you to type out? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:


It's all 'bushies' fault anyway, right dude??? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:

edited... don't we have a proper 'strikethrough' font???

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:You say it is a tough nut to crack, admitting we don't know near enough to make a conclusion, right?
NO. We are capable of making some conclusions based on what we know now, understanding that our understanding will change over time. The entities that cannot make conclusions wold include volcanoes, trees, bovine digestive systems, sun spots and all that natural non-man-controllable stuff.
About the only conclusions an unbiased scientist can make currently is that some glaciers might be retreating again, like they have several times in the past, and that no one can definitively explain why the mile-thick sheet if ice that was over Assa’s back yard melted away 50,000 years ago. Not one of the 97% of climate-hucksters is willing to even venture a guess as to what caused the last ice age to end, and how now is any different from then, but they’re more than happy to pitch to us that by God we have to do something now before it’s too late!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Jumping in to mass use of an immature science is a very dangerous game. A game that risks ALL of our life styles.
Not doing something in light of current circumstances and understandings is also jumping into mass use or misuse of science.
OK… basically you’re both saying the same thing – that we don’t know enough about the climate yet to formulate a policy based on anything other than ideology.
The Woody’s of the world say don’t do anything drastic until we understand what’s going on, the damage to our already weak economy will be too high. The Dudes of the world are saying we don’t have time to understand what’s going on; we have to do something now! We have to protect our phoney baloney jobs here... Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Just think of the implications if you are wrong, especially knowing that if you are right we cannot do anything about it anyways.
The implications?! Yes, let's think about the implications.

The implications of being proactive are increases in: energy sustainability, energy security, energy efficiency, productivity, industrial capability & capacity, environmental sustainability, cultural survival.
The implications of being proactive (in the sense that the ‘Church of Climatology’ insists on) include the U.S. Govt spending stupidly enormous amounts of money we don’t have trying to build up an infrastructure of expensive alternative energy sources rather than utilize what we have smarter, the destruction of our industrial capacity as more manufacturing jobs get shipped to China where cheap energy is readily available from all the new coal fired power plants they’re putting online everyday, and the realization that we are rapidly going the way of the British Empire, who were the world economic and industrial superpower back in the day. Now they’re little more than a footnote in history with a funny accent, which is probably what the Chinese will say about our grandchildren’s America a hundred years from now.
dudejcb wrote:The implications of doing nothing: continued volatile energy markets, energy insecurity, banking of short term profits as opposed to infrastructure investment and development (BINGO!!!), reliance on aging infrastructure; super big storm events at increased frequency, death, destruction, squandering the rebuild opportunity by following the same old practices because doing things better always costs more that minimum code (or less), so the opportunity for improvement is lost for the life of the structure...and we keep digging the hole.

I could go on but you get the point don't you? Please say maybe.
So when are we going to start seeing those ‘Super Big Storm Events’ outside the movie theatre, Dude? The day after tomorrow, perhaps? :lol3:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby Indaswamp » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:20 pm

High Sierras wrote:
dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Since when is making vastly reaching public policy on unreliable information a good idea?
Hell, you progressive/liberals gave Bush $hit for making a judgement call on what were reliable sources, just because it ended up to be wrong (by your (re)definition of WMD).
FAIL: You've consistently missed the point here; it's not that he made a bad judgement call on unreliable information; he (and his minions) produced, embellished, and sold the bad information using scare tactics (mushroom cloud) as a pretext to their foregone plans, using 9/11 as the excuse. Not only that, but they silenced or retaliated against those who disagreed or promoted caution/skepticism of/with the "intel." Try to keep up! This is way old news.

And obama's (and algore's, and the libs in general...) scare tactics on [strikethrough]global warming[/strikethrough] [strikethrough]global cooling[/strikethrough] climate change (for now) are somehow different?

As far as silencing or retaliating against any and all of obamas (or again, the leftists in general...) critics on climate change...well, we don’t have the room to go into that in detail here, do we dude? Lord Monkey and all, right dude? Another of your name games since "Monkton" is such a digital mouthful for you to type out? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:


It's all 'bushies' fault anyway, right dude??? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:

edited... don't we have a proper 'strikethrough' font???

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:You say it is a tough nut to crack, admitting we don't know near enough to make a conclusion, right?
NO. We are capable of making some conclusions based on what we know now, understanding that our understanding will change over time. The entities that cannot make conclusions wold include volcanoes, trees, bovine digestive systems, sun spots and all that natural non-man-controllable stuff.
About the only conclusions an unbiased scientist can make currently is that some glaciers might be retreating again, like they have several times in the past, and that no one can definitively explain why the mile-thick sheet if ice that was over Assa’s back yard melted away 50,000 years ago. Not one of the 97% of climate-hucksters is willing to even venture a guess as to what caused the last ice age to end, and how now is any different from then, but they’re more than happy to pitch to u$ that by God we have to do $omething now before it’$ too late!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Jumping in to mass use of an immature science is a very dangerous game. A game that risks ALL of our life styles.
Not doing something in light of current circumstances and understandings is also jumping into mass use or misuse of science.
OK… basically you’re both saying the same thing – that we don’t know enough about the climate yet to formulate a policy based on anything other than ideology.
The Woody’s of the world say don’t do anything drastic until we understand what’s going on, the damage to our already weak economy will be too high. The Dudes of the world are saying we don’t have time to understand what’s going on; we have to do something now! We have to protect our phoney baloney jobs here... Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Just think of the implications if you are wrong, especially knowing that if you are right we cannot do anything about it anyways.
The implications?! Yes, let's think about the implications.

The implications of being proactive are increases in: energy sustainability, energy security, energy efficiency, productivity, industrial capability & capacity, environmental sustainability, cultural survival.
The implications of being proactive (in the sense that the ‘Church of Climatology’ insists on) include the U.S. Govt spending stupidly enormous amounts of money we don’t have trying to build up an infrastructure of expensive alternative energy sources rather than utilize what we have smarter, the destruction of our industrial capacity as more manufacturing jobs get shipped to China where cheap energy is readily available from all the new coal fired power plants they’re putting online everyday, and the realization that we are rapidly going the way of the British Empire, who were the world economic and industrial superpower back in the day. Now they’re little more than a footnote in history with a funny accent, which is probably what the Chinese will say about our grandchildren’s America a hundred years from now.
dudejcb wrote:The implications of doing nothing: continued volatile energy markets, energy insecurity, banking of short term profits as opposed to infrastructure investment and development (BINGO!!!), reliance on aging infrastructure; super big storm events at increased frequency, death, destruction, squandering the rebuild opportunity by following the same old practices because doing things better always costs more that minimum code (or less), so the opportunity for improvement is lost for the life of the structure...and we keep digging the hole.

I could go on but you get the point don't you? Please say maybe.
So when are we going to start seeing those ‘Super Big Storm Events’ outside the movie theatre, Dude? The day after tomorrow, perhaps? :lol3:


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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby dudejcb » Thu Jul 04, 2013 7:03 pm

High Sierras wrote:
dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Since when is making vastly reaching public policy on unreliable information a good idea?
Hell, you progressive/liberals gave Bush $hit for making a judgement call on what were reliable sources, just because it ended up to be wrong (by your (re)definition of WMD).
FAIL: You've consistently missed the point here; it's not that he made a bad judgement call on unreliable information; he (and his minions) produced, embellished, and sold the bad information using scare tactics (mushroom cloud) as a pretext to their foregone plans, using 9/11 as the excuse. Not only that, but they silenced or retaliated against those who disagreed or promoted caution/skepticism of/with the "intel." Try to keep up! This is way old news.

And obama's (and algore's, and the libs in general...) scare tactics on [strikethrough]global warming[/strikethrough] [strikethrough]global cooling[/strikethrough] climate change (for now) are somehow different?

As far as silencing or retaliating against any and all of obamas (or again, the leftists in general...) critics on climate change...well, we don’t have the room to go into that in detail here, do we dude? Lord Monkey and all, right dude? Another of your name games since "Monkton" is such a digital mouthful for you to type out? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:


It's all 'bushies' fault anyway, right dude??? :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:

edited... don't we have a proper 'strikethrough' font???

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:You say it is a tough nut to crack, admitting we don't know near enough to make a conclusion, right?
NO. We are capable of making some conclusions based on what we know now, understanding that our understanding will change over time. The entities that cannot make conclusions wold include volcanoes, trees, bovine digestive systems, sun spots and all that natural non-man-controllable stuff.
About the only conclusions an unbiased scientist can make currently is that some glaciers might be retreating again, like they have several times in the past, and that no one can definitively explain why the mile-thick sheet if ice that was over Assa’s back yard melted away 50,000 years ago. Not one of the 97% of climate-hucksters is willing to even venture a guess as to what caused the last ice age to end, and how now is any different from then, but they’re more than happy to pitch to us that by God we have to do something now before it’s too late!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Jumping in to mass use of an immature science is a very dangerous game. A game that risks ALL of our life styles.
Not doing something in light of current circumstances and understandings is also jumping into mass use or misuse of science.
OK… basically you’re both saying the same thing – that we don’t know enough about the climate yet to formulate a policy based on anything other than ideology.
The Woody’s of the world say don’t do anything drastic until we understand what’s going on, the damage to our already weak economy will be too high. The Dudes of the world are saying we don’t have time to understand what’s going on; we have to do something now! We have to protect our phoney baloney jobs here... Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!

dudejcb wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Just think of the implications if you are wrong, especially knowing that if you are right we cannot do anything about it anyways.
The implications?! Yes, let's think about the implications.

The implications of being proactive are increases in: energy sustainability, energy security, energy efficiency, productivity, industrial capability & capacity, environmental sustainability, cultural survival.
The implications of being proactive (in the sense that the ‘Church of Climatology’ insists on) include the U.S. Govt spending stupidly enormous amounts of money we don’t have trying to build up an infrastructure of expensive alternative energy sources rather than utilize what we have smarter, the destruction of our industrial capacity as more manufacturing jobs get shipped to China where cheap energy is readily available from all the new coal fired power plants they’re putting online everyday, and the realization that we are rapidly going the way of the British Empire, who were the world economic and industrial superpower back in the day. Now they’re little more than a footnote in history with a funny accent, which is probably what the Chinese will say about our grandchildren’s America a hundred years from now.
dudejcb wrote:The implications of doing nothing: continued volatile energy markets, energy insecurity, banking of short term profits as opposed to infrastructure investment and development (BINGO!!!), reliance on aging infrastructure; super big storm events at increased frequency, death, destruction, squandering the rebuild opportunity by following the same old practices because doing things better always costs more that minimum code (or less), so the opportunity for improvement is lost for the life of the structure...and we keep digging the hole.

I could go on but you get the point don't you? Please say maybe.
So when are we going to start seeing those ‘Super Big Storm Events’ outside the movie theatre, Dude? The day after tomorrow, perhaps? :lol3:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby High Sierras » Thu Jul 04, 2013 7:56 pm

So thats how you manage to get through the day. Nice. :lol3:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby Indawoods » Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:43 pm

Glimmerjim wrote: To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant.


shovel ready jobs? his ignorance is well documented. would you like other examples?
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby Indaswamp » Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:51 pm

Indawoods wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote: To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant.


shovel ready jobs? his ignorance is well documented. would you like other examples?

unemployment rate projections.... :wink:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby vincentpa » Fri Jul 05, 2013 5:53 am

Glimmerjim wrote:
vincentpa wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote:
vincentpa wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote:
ScaupHunter wrote:I for one find Obama's story inspirational! He inspires me to never be a liberal! He also inspires me to never lower myself to his level of money sucking leech.

People so dramatically under rate Bush's intelligence. He could kill a word with the best of them. I often wonder if that folksy slip up thing was put on for show. The more I learn about him the more I think he used it to make his enemies underestimate him. While Bush made plenty of mistakes, he also did quite a few impressive things.

I am still waiting for Obama to do anything of importance.

You bet, Scaup....Bush was such a cagey, insightful, brilliant, tactician in human evaluation and manipulation. :no: C'mon...he did do some noteworthy things....but to put him on a pedestal is absurd. He was at best a "C" student in everything his entire life. Do you think he planned this facade from a toddler to gain an upper hand on his adversaries? Obama is a very intelligent man. To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant. To disagree with his platforms and his performance is fine. But to put him on Bush'es intellectual level is silly. Make GOOD arguments, buddy. There is plenty to criticize with Obama without resorting to flights of fancy about others.



Really? Obama is more intelligent than Bush? Is that because Barry and you see eye to eye? Arrogance does not imply intelligence. I will say that Barry is intelligent just not as much as you believe. He and Bush were probably on the same level. How do you consider intellectualism? Is it the ability to rationalize your beliefs even if they contradict reality? Barry wins. Although, I would say bush would give him a run for his money there.

P,ease Jim, for the love of God, support your position that Barry is a supreme being of intelligence. I'll be waiting eagerly.

I knew it would evolve to this VP. Intelligence is a very ambiguous term. I know those of extremely high IQ that became useless, non-contributing drug addicts, and I know of some who had trouble spelling their name that achieved huge success in life. Who is the intelligent one? Bush had every advantage in life. He was molly-coddled into a Presidency. Can you say the same of Obama? He came from NOTHING to achieve what he achieved. Perhaps there was potential realized by those of influence that helped along the way, but he still was not the son of a President, just like we are going to have to deal with freakin' Jeb soon. Exactly whom do you do give credit to in life.....the son of a tycoon that has every advantage....say...a Romney sort......or a citizen that achieves that position by potential and intelligence? Now, whether we are discussing whether that influential, charismatic personality leads to making the right decisions on a Presidential level, that is a different discussion.



Your entire post was a non sequitur.

Wow! Please expand. You were directing your position towards comparative intelligences. Did I come back talking about the plight of the polar bear or what?



Google the definition of a non sequitur. A man achieving great success while coming from a disadvantaged family does not make him more intelligent than a man who achieved the same success that came from an "advantaged" family. It makes them both successful men.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby SpinnerMan » Fri Jul 05, 2013 6:37 am

vincentpa wrote:Google the definition of a non sequitur. A man achieving great success while coming from a disadvantaged family does not make him more intelligent than a man who achieved the same success that came from an "advantaged" family. It makes them both successful men.

I am so amused at the left's obsession with intelligence and such incredible disregard for experience and demonstrated success.

Obama probably does have a high IQ. So Image what?

First he doesn't have the common sense God gave a gopher.

Second, he had ZERO, ZIP, ZILCH, NADA experience to be the top executive in the Image world, which is why he has been such a bumbling idiot as a leader, running the executive branch, and all the general day to day job of being President. With no experience for the job, he picks a life long Senator and not someone that compliments what little experience he has. Just stupid. But it was about little old white haired Catholic ladies in the coal regions of PA and not about doing the job.

Third, what success has he EVER had that is indicator of what you expect him to do in DC? He is a great self promotion and good at crushing his political opponents with corrupt and questionable means and got all the way to the White House without a competitive election as a result.

If you wanted a guy just to win, he was your man. If you want he to be a good leader and problem solver, there was no basis for an expectation of anything but basically the failure we have seen.

If we did an IQ test, I'm sure mine is as high or higher as is the IQ of nearly everybody I work with. So Image what? We don't have the expertise or the experience for the job any more than Obama did and you can't learn that on the job, no matter how Image smart you think you are. If he and his supporters were have as smart as they think they are, they would know that. If they had an ounce of common sense they would know that. If any of that were true, well they wouldn't be dumbass liberals that never learn from their many mistakes.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby assateague » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:23 am

Indaswamp wrote:
Indawoods wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote: To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant.


shovel ready jobs? his ignorance is well documented. would you like other examples?

unemployment rate projections.... :wink:


His grasp of foreign policy.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby SpinnerMan » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:50 am

assateague wrote:
Indaswamp wrote:
Indawoods wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote: To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant.


shovel ready jobs? his ignorance is well documented. would you like other examples?

unemployment rate projections.... :wink:


His grasp of foreign policy.

Pretty much everything but self promotion and amassing power. Obamacare reducing costs and numbers of unassured, the stimulus bill stimulating the economy, community organizing for the betterment of the community and not the organizer, ...

Oh wait, that last one proves those that think Obama is ignorant are truly the ignorant ones. Being a community organizer clear was not for the benefit of the community, but clearly for the benefit of the organizer. The community is no better off, but look at where the organizer is today. Obama got rich on the backs of the poor. Clearly something the liberal Democrats are OK with if it is them that are getting rich or the poor are Hispanic immigrants doing jobs that are so awful that only 3rd world immigrants will do them.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby vincentpa » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:11 am

SpinnerMan wrote:
assateague wrote:
Indaswamp wrote:
Indawoods wrote:
Glimmerjim wrote: To say that he is ignorant is, well, ignorant.


shovel ready jobs? his ignorance is well documented. would you like other examples?

unemployment rate projections.... :wink:


His grasp of foreign policy.

Pretty much everything but self promotion and amassing power. Obamacare reducing costs and numbers of unassured, the stimulus bill stimulating the economy, community organizing for the betterment of the community and not the organizer, ...

Oh wait, that last one proves those that think Obama is ignorant are truly the ignorant ones. Being a community organizer clear was not for the benefit of the community, but clearly for the benefit of the organizer. The community is no better off, but look at where the organizer is today. Obama got rich on the backs of the poor. Clearly something the liberal Democrats are OK with if it is them that are getting rich or the poor are Hispanic immigrants doing jobs that are so awful that only 3rd world immigrants will do them.


Mexican maids are all the rage these days in my liberal elitist neighborhood. Anyone who's anyone has one. They have to be from Mexico and preferably illegal. Slow, do you know anyone looking for a job. You could be the front man. We could make a bundle by taking a percentage.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby cartervj » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:18 pm

Our highs have been in the high 70's low 80's the past few days. :thumbsup:
should be in the 90's easily :lol3:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby boney fingers » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:31 pm

cartervj wrote:Our highs have been in the high 70's low 80's the past few days. :thumbsup:
should be in the 90's easily :lol3:


sounds like a clear cut case of climate change
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby Indaswamp » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:33 pm

boney fingers wrote:
cartervj wrote:Our highs have been in the high 70's low 80's the past few days. :thumbsup:
should be in the 90's easily :lol3:


sounds like a clear cut case of climate change

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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby cartervj » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:07 pm

I'm wishing for an ice age, ducks are not hanging out here of late, either blast by or never show up. I remember styrofoam was a leader in global cooling back in the day, killed a lot of ducks too. Time for McDonalds to start serving burgers in those styrofoam containers once again. :thumbsup:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby slowshooter » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:16 pm

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If we did an IQ test, I'm sure mine is as high or higher as is the IQ of nearly everybody I work with. ?


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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby assateague » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:19 pm

slowshooter wrote:
SpinnerMan wrote:
If we did an IQ test, I'm sure mine is as high or higher as is the IQ of nearly everybody I work with. ?


The dumbest guy in the room always believes he is at least as smart or smarter than others there.



Sounds like you, here in the CI.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby slowshooter » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:28 pm

assateague wrote:
slowshooter wrote:
SpinnerMan wrote:
If we did an IQ test, I'm sure mine is as high or higher as is the IQ of nearly everybody I work with. ?


The dumbest guy in the room always believes he is at least as smart or smarter than others there.


Sounds like you, here in the CI.


Self indict much. :lol3:
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby slowshooter » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:34 pm

vincentpa wrote:Mexican maids are all the rage these days in my liberal elitist neighborhood. Anyone who's anyone has one. They have to be from Mexico and preferably illegal. Slow, do you know anyone looking for a job. You could be the front man. We could make a bundle by taking a percentage.



Once a white boy smells a Mexican Maid they'll even throw a Kennedy under the bus - just ask Arnold.

I won't worry about a percentage. I'll get it all back and more as a portion of your child support statements.
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby WoodyWhiffingMG » Mon Jul 08, 2013 1:54 pm

slowshooter wrote:
vincentpa wrote:Mexican maids are all the rage these days in my liberal elitist neighborhood. Anyone who's anyone has one. They have to be from Mexico and preferably illegal. Slow, do you know anyone looking for a job. You could be the front man. We could make a bundle by taking a percentage.



Once a white boy smells a Mexican Maid they'll even throw a Kennedy under the bus - just ask Arnold.

I won't worry about a percentage. I'll get it all back and more as a portion of your child support statements.


Is slow offering to mother Vince's children?
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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby High Sierras » Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:52 pm

So.. should I wear a heavy jacket next week or my little red speedo? Any concensus on whether the earth is heating up or cooling down yet??


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Re: 17 yrs. no warming?

Postby vincentpa » Tue Jul 09, 2013 7:36 pm

slowshooter wrote:
vincentpa wrote:Mexican maids are all the rage these days in my liberal elitist neighborhood. Anyone who's anyone has one. They have to be from Mexico and preferably illegal. Slow, do you know anyone looking for a job. You could be the front man. We could make a bundle by taking a percentage.



Once a white boy smells a Mexican Maid they'll even throw a Kennedy under the bus - just ask Arnold.

I won't worry about a percentage. I'll get it all back and more as a portion of your child support statements.


Our Mexicans have been U. G. L. Y. They didn't have no alibi. They was ugly. I keep waiting for a hot maid or nanny but have yet to have one. I think I need to assume the hiring manager role from my wife.
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