In case you missed it, Minnesotans for Global Warming assembled this hilarious video on the whole Climategate affair:
You probably saw that the proponents of the the theory of catastrophic man-made climate change claim that said climate variations are driving women in the Philippines to the world's oldest profession.
The science behind this assumption, not to mention the tenuous cause and effect link, is questionable to say the least. As Climategate reveals, coastal residents aren't the only ones pimping themselves out in the changing environment. The climate alarmist lobby, comprised of politicians, scientists, and activists, is nothing short of a multi-billion dollar business. With so much money on the line, its no wonder scientific inquiry is beat out by political expediency and manufactured consent.
Funnily enough, it was revealed Friday that the Copenhagen Climate Summit summit may induce an inadvertent bump in prostitution. An attempt to warn off conference participants from utilizing area services has resulted in a prostitute backlash where sex workers have offered their services free of charge to any conference participant with a valid conference ID and a copy of the Copenhagen government's warning.
I predict that the alarmists will try to make this a win-win, introducing a new line of "green" prophylactics.
Check out the latest enviro go cart from Peugeot.
Just when we thought nothing could be dumber than the Smart Car (hat tip: Michael Scott), they rolled this "quirky" excuse for a car off the line.
I'm convinced this has nothing to do with global warming, though it is a nanny state measure. We have an obesity crisis. If we all have these cars, fat people will have to walk everywhere. The biggest looser in all of this? The tall will needlessly suffer.
The Washington Times is reporting pumpkin shortages across the country.
They are saying it was because of rain this summer. I'm blaming both the pumpkin shortage and the fact that my office building is apparently celebrating Nordic Monday all on global warming.
Halloween won't be the only holiday to suffer, though. Thanksgiving pumpkin pie will likely be scarce.
We need to put petty politics aside and save these pagan and Puritan holiday staples.
I am calling on President Obama and congressional leaders to bail out pumpkin farmers to give them the funds they need to save or create enough pumpkins for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
This isn't about the pumpkin lobby, this is about the kids...and pie.