Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons; For you are crunchy. And good with Mustard!
"A new broom sweeps clean, but only a battle-trowel can hide the bodies" - Foxer describing Blacksmithden
CCFR, CSSA & NRA Member...
Frontenac Rifle & Pistol Club
But really, I need to concern myself with fuel economy and light bulbs 'for the greater good'. Go eff yourself UN & Trudtro, & Obama/Hanks/Springsteen/Winfrey.
killer kane (04-19-2017)
She claims people have no clue and need an education on the topic and then goes on to talk about things not even related to climate change. Then to top it all off she claims we need to save the trees, without seeming to understand that Carbon Dioxide, the main hobgoblin of climate change is plant food and that plants cannot live without it. Not to mention that plants suck up CO2 as they grow.
Maybe Gail could explain how pumping water into the ground to make rocks split, changes the climate?
Like most dumbass socialists, she likes to blame evil corporations without seeming to notice that it is people exactly like her who buy things made by corporations. If she didn't buy the stuff then the corporations wouldn't make it and there would be no pollution. Pollution always starts with the consumer.
If you are so concerned about what humans have done and are continuing to do to Mother Earth, please, do the planet a favour and remove yourself from it.
we need a new word for these people who so love to preach
to everyone especially the rich actors with their ten cars jetting around everywhere
arrogant a**holes is a good one but something more along the lines of climatard o cryte (climatard - hypocrite)
killer kane (04-23-2017)
Idiots like her are also in favor of banning wood stoves.
I ask: What the hell is a person to do when the power goes out for days in the winter, freeze to death?
Our wood stove can heat the house (especially the living room), we can cook on it, heat water on it, I wouldn't want to be without it!
We have nicely dried wood stored and have indeed used it when the power WAS out for nearly a day in winter, we had no issues or discomfort and I did cook on it and boiled water for coffee. I have a whistle kettle and a manual drip coffee setup for just such an occurrence (or camping with our Coleman stove).
There is a madness to my method!