Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Okay, let's review

  1. We are over a week into the month of March. Not December.
  2. Actual flakes of snow landed on me yesterday, in downtown Seattle, and they weren't from a snowmaking machine from the Vancouver Olympics seeking asylum.
  3. It was 27 degrees Fahrenheit this morning.
So, when's the Global Warming supposed to show up again? Me and my heating bill would very much like to see it.


Anonymous BillT said...

Didn't you get the word? This is the warmest winter *ever*. In the history of the whole universe, even. You couldn't possibly have seen snowflakes in Seattle -- it was pollen from the date palms.

And all the vegan polar bears are drowning to death in the boiling Arctic Ocean.

Oh. Time for my meds again? So soon?

1:30 AM, March 10, 2010  
Blogger MissC said...

Bill needs a midol drip. And if that doesn't give you a BIG clue as to who I am...well, I said you had the floor.

7:45 PM, March 12, 2010  
Anonymous BillT said...

Heh. Remember the first time you popped in? You got promoted from Brigade cook to the Weapons Squad.

I figured the carry permit meant you had sense enough to use a Bren properly...

2:55 AM, March 13, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The same scientists that say that the earth is getting warmer are the same ones that say that the Bible lies about the Earth being more than 8000 years old

6:57 PM, March 17, 2010  
Blogger Snarkatron said...

Dear Anonymous,
You are incorrect. There are only a handful of "scientists" who make a lot of noise about Anthropogenic Global Warming, and the vast majority of real scientists know that the earth is older than 8000 years (and many of them are Christian, too). Specifically, I am a scientist who thinks AGW is bunk, and that the earth is older than stated in the Bible. You really can't believe everything you read in the papers about scientists. Or religion.

7:18 PM, March 17, 2010  
Blogger MissC said...

Yer good. I can wield a pan with the best of them, but today..sheesh. The Young Man has to get the BOR for his Eagle project, and then we can *do* said project. We need to hope he can hold off turning 18 in 2 1/2 months...

6:19 PM, March 23, 2010  

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