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Welcome to Sunny and Warm Georgia
Posted by: McQ on Saturday, January 19, 2008

Uh, hello out there - this is Georgia. We get, maybe, one snowfall a year, you know, just to remind us that it exists? We had that earlier this week. So what's this?


Hey, if it snowed in Baghdad, I guess GA can have two. Damn global warming!
 
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it is clear you have no understanding of the concept of global warming. maybe instead of mocking you could actually try and educate your self on the subject. just because it happens to be cold or snowing one day is not SCIENTIFIC evidence that it doesn’t exist. but apparently for you a rigid idealogical doubter i could show you all the evidence in the world and you would still doubt it.
 
Written By: SLNTAX
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SLNTAX, grow a sense of humor.

McQ was just poking fun at those who scream about Global Warming every time there’s a warm day.

Yes, we know that one cold day or cold year no more refutes GW than one hot day or hot year proves it.
 
Written By: Steverino
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it is clear you have no understanding of the concept of global warming.
Got humor?

Guess not.
 
Written By: McQ
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Fear not. One of the years I went to school in Atlanta, it snowed twice. To make up for it, the next year, there was no snow at all. And this was in the late 70s.
The envirofear du jour back then was overpopulation, not a word about global warming.

Generally, we were always hoping for more snow. Classes always got cancelled, and we used food trays from the cafetaria as sleds.
 
Written By: kishnevi
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Generally, we were always hoping for more snow. Classes always got cancelled, and we used food trays from the cafetaria as sleds.
Yeah, that’s the other bitch, kishnevi - it’s on a freakin’ Saturday and you can’t even get off work!
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
Maybe you can call in sick on Monday. Explain to your boss that you sprained your ankle showing your kids how to ski.
 
Written By: kishnevi
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i could show you all the evidence in the world
Sadly, that would require you to have actual evidence, not the made-up stuff in yor head. :)

McQ, you want cold? Look at the midwest right now. We’re freezing our nether-bits off.
 
Written By: Scott Jacobs
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WAH

It was -2 yesterday when I got up. Without windchill.

10 degrees here today. Supposed to get up in the 20’s.

Just winter here in Indiana.
 
Written By: Keith_Indy
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Where are the nether-bits? Below the naughty bits?
 
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