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  1. Does anyone remember Benghazi anymore?
  2. I don't understand this statement, Bill. You are changing the goalposts (notice I said changing not moving). The discussion was on CO2 not water. Since CO2 is a nutrient and good for plants (like Brando) we need to stick with that. We should be increasing the CO2 in the atmosphere to say 80% of the atmosphere. It is good for plants, remember. That would be a good thing, right? It heading toward winter here in the northern hemisphere. Increasing the temperature of the planet will be a good thing for plants here in the North so they don't die due to cold weather. That would be good for the plants too.
  3. That's where you are wrong. This is murica. Let me rephrase that for you: If you are too stupid to know not to park on train tracks, then you are way too stupid to be trusted with a badge.
  4. Yes and I remember when gas prices were $1.70 under Clinton. We should really elect another Clinton so that we can have gas prices that low again.
  5. When will you finally get it? Until: 2018 is worse than 2017 in every weather aspect simultaneously around the entire world 2019 is worse than 2018 in every weather aspect simultaneously around the entire world 2020 is worse than 2019 in every weather aspect simultaneously around the entire world 2021 is worse than 2020 in every weather aspect simultaneously around the entire world 2022 is worse than... well you get the picture There is nothing to see here. It is just natural variation. We should continue as though nothing is wrong and not change even the slightest behavior.
  6. I was and as usual Bill Von picked up on it and stated it eloquently with a movie quote.
  7. Or if you don't like living in the greatest nation in the world, maybe you should just go back to where you came from - or in this example Canada. Move to Canada, if you don't like it here. I'll be damned if I'm going to sit here and listen to you degradate the US and it's perfect capitalist economy. You must be a commie in order to even question the status quo.
  8. Of course we need more seals. Just think of the massive increase in unemployment benefits that will be required if we put all of the people out of work who make a living clubbing baby harp seals.
  9. I say it can't come soon enough. These pests should have been eliminated long ago. I cannot tell you how much of a pain it is to clean out those big orange and black wings from the grill of my car after driving through a swarm* of them crossing the road. Why don't they just learn to fly 10 feet above the roads instead of right in my pathway. Finally something good coming out of "climate change". * a "swarm" is defined as any number greater than one
  10. No Way! That would mean raising MY taxes (if I lived in AZ). It is much better if we just lower the cost & quality of public education and make parents pay that cost by sending their kids to private schools.
  11. Then you use political persuasion/pressure to "change their mind". Not specifically in this case, but said senator is highly corrupt. Threaten to use that against them, and if they don't fall in-line with the rest of the democrats, FOLLOW THROUGH. Just don't talk behind closed doors then do nothing. This is where you and I disagree. I don't see the second doing anything except going with the status quo and hoping nothing will change. The opposition has been actively trying to change things and the Ds have done nothing to permanently uphold Row v. Wade.
  12. The blame also lies with the (Corporate) democrats. Let's not forget that they did have a way of slowing down and/or blocking the confirmation of Barrett. They could have started another impeachment of Trump which would have superseded the nomination process. They could have attempted to increase the court size. They could have gotten rid of the filibuster and codified Row or something similar 2 years ago. But instead they chose (and continue) to do nothing. Thoughts and prayers, everyone. I saw it on-line where someone said history is going to look back at this time and say WTF when a decision like this went down during the first time we had a woman democrat vice president and when asked what the administration would do about this, her answer was, "What can we do?" I will go one further than Jerry Baumchen and say it is time to clean house of both the Rs and Ds. They are both responsible for this decision.
  13. You say that like it is a bad thing. Having an increase in cancer risk is a good thing for everyone: It is good for the economy (why do you hate economic progress?) Just think of all the jobs created when cancer rates skyrocket. There are cancer centers employing - doctors, nurses, lab technicians, custodial workers, receptionists, administrators, etc. All these people would be out of work without coal causing lung cancer. Then there is all the drug companies who are researching ways to cure coal inspired lung cancer. Just think of all the scientists, more lab technicians, custodial workers, and veterinarians. All out of a job. Do you really want that? Not to mention all the miners, people that process and transport the coal. Gas station operators that supply the fuel to the trucks/trains that transport the coal. Let's face it, the whole country would shut down if we were to ban coal generated power plants! It is good for the environment (why do you hate nature?) With all these people dying from lung cancer and being buried in the ground improves the population of worms to decompose the bodies. The worms create waste products that the plants use as nutrients to grow beautiful big trees and grass. And its not just worms, but probably ants, beetles, fungus, bacteria. All these things are good for the environment. We need more people dying not less to help the environment!
  14. I guess it really depends on when the books were written and released. If they were written during the Trump presidency, then it only makes since that his administration would be featured in the books. It is kind of like when I went to a Disney theme park and into their "Hall of Presidents" during the Trump administration. Disney had Trump prominently displayed (like they do all current presidents) telling the audience to "grab 'em by the pussy"!
  15. California's electrical grid has an EV problem (msn.com) I do want to give credit to the author for him stating [very far down in the article] that if we just adjust the time where "everyone" charges, the grid can handle the added load placed on it by EVs. Maybe electrical grid operators should actually incentivize the use of wind/solar AND batteries instead of trying everything to limit it's usage by private customers while at the same time complaining about the increased grid usage.