Friday, April 21, 2006


Doughy Pantload is still an intellectually challenged, hides-behind-his-mother's-skirts, chino-clad ball of sheep snot.

Jonah Goldberg – following George Will’s lead – argues that global warming may not be a problem (or even exist). Goldberg writes that “we don’t have a clear picture of what’s happening now, never mind what will happen.” He calls concern about climate change “millenarian battiness.”
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Goldberg believes that even if climate change is real, it may be a good thing. He argues that “a one- or two-degree-per-century rise in average global temperatures” will have “some pleasant consequences.”

Jonah, Jonah, Jonah. Remember what happened when you claimed that the Great Plains was once a vast forest that was burned to the ground by the Native Americans so that they could hunt buffalo?

Stick to writing about what you know. . . which, as is evidenced, is not very much.