The Church of Antrhopogenic Global Warming alarmism continues to try to impose a new morality among us.
A new morality, I must point out, that at times ignores basic sanitation. For instance, there’s that year-without-toilet-paper family who uses “bowls of water and lots of air drying” instead, and are writing a book about it.
When I read about them I was truly thankful I don’t live in their building.
All through 2007 we have been preached at by hypocrites who don’t have a problem with generating 100,000 tons of CO2 so they can get together in a tropical island to blab about “climate change” and bash the US while we’re freezing here. Even divorce isn’t sacred anymore.
Women must stop admiring men who drive sports cars if they want to join the fight against global warming, the Government’s chief scientist has urged.
And he singled out women who find supercar drivers “sexy”, adding that they should divert their affections to men who live more environmentally-friendly lives.
The chief scientist might also want to warn men who like women in fast cars, too, lest he be accused of sexism. But, after all, if the chief scientist is a purist, he’d be advocating abortions to reduce carbon imprints. Here’s what Mark Steyn had to say about that:
Heck, even Edgar would look sexy driving one of these.
So let’s ponder this for a moment: Embrace the Church of AGW, or buy a 2009 Corvette?
What would those 15,000 people who went to Bali drive?
Leave it to Gerard to skewer Al Gore as the Powerpoint Jesus
After his ecospasm of the vision of the tides passes, Bono wipes himself off with a damp towel and closes with a post-coital sigh about the object of his affections.
Not to be confused with the “bowls of water and lots of air drying”. Never mind, Saturday is (post not suitable for work) Global Orgasm time.
How green is a fake Christmas tree made in China from petroleum-based plastics polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride that may contain lead?
Makes you want to rush out and buy some Vuitton instead, doesn’t it?