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    fine example of global warming??

    tis only a balmy 15 below zero here this morning!! boy would i like to shuck al gore out the door in his skivvies this morning...
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    But you gotta realize that without global warming, it would probably be 20 below zero... Al will take care of the global warming as soon as he's finished with the repairs and fixing all the problems with the internet....
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    What a bag of goods this global warming stuff, he is again nothing more than a snake oil salesman and people are buying it!!!! The desert centuries ago was a sea, we learned that in school decades ago, climate changed then also. Now I am not saying we should spew all poisons into the air, but man what a load of manure. -9 here today. Funny he doesn't speak of this in the winter months!
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    no need to fertilize the world with stuff! we cant control it, some will believe all and all believe some. pick your amount and wait and watch what happens..
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    i just got done checking the temps at the north pole. ol' al says the the ice cap is melting. now he can add altering physics to inventing the internet to his credit. because the ice up there is melting at 14 below zero... one would think it would have to warm up up there another 50 degrees before ice would melt, but ol' al knows better...

    at least the car started this morning.
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    Might hit 70 here today...
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    We're warm. It's 17° F. Only went down to 11° F last night. Snowing, but not much accumulation.
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    2 years ago when we had record snow. Something like 10 feet through February and temps well below freezing all winter a lady wrote a lenghtly letter to the editor of our newspaper after 1 day of above average temps as proof of global warming.
    If our buddy Al is so concerned about global warming than maybe he should fly the regular airlines instead of his private jet.
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    I don't know what the right answer is on the whole global warming thing, but I do know as a world population we are putting more garbage into the land then the land can handle. Just something to think about, but I'm thinking about woodworking.

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    Apparently I need to move to the warm part of MN. -18*F here this morning. Living in the middle of the city has some advantages.....
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