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Postby Dan Lambskin » Fri Jun 23, 2006 2:15 pm

Coppermine wrote:
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acsguitar wrote:bump for my awesome politcal cartoon


Did you do those yourself?


heck yes I did


Awesome. ;-D


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Postby Fireball Express » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:27 pm

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Irony here is that Al Gore's Global Warming Movie should be on Comedy Central.


Out of curiousity, have you seen "An Inconvenient Truth?" Because his science and presentation are both top-notch.

Or were you just trying to take a cheap shot?

Or are you one of the average Americans who thinks they're smarter than a global consensus of scientists?


You know I'm not going to see that movie. I wouldn't waste my hard earned cash on anything Al Gore.

What the joke is here is Gore the environmentalist. He wasn't too concerned when he made millions off his Occidental holdings. (Anti-Halliburton fans do a Google search for Gore and Occidental and you will think Halliburton is drop in the bucket.) Gore is a hipocrit on this issue. That shouldn't be a suprise when speaking about almost any Dim. They change what they believe in like I change my underwear.

The joke is taking something almost totally out of human control and making it a political issue. (Not to mention a money making scheme via a movie).

Not all scientists argree that the global warming theory is correct. (It is still just a theory)

Not all scientist agree on what causes global warming.

Mars, Jupiter and Neptunes largest moon, Triton, are also experiencing higher temperatures and polar ice cap melting. Are Humans ruining the whole Milky Way?

The Earth has a history of drastic temperature changes and shifts.

I don't claim to be smarter than scientists that study this. But I do see evidence infront of me that tells me global warming is an overhyped issue that humans have little control over.


Best quote on this issue.
One of my liberal customers comes in not too long ago and says to me, "This global warming is getting out of hand". He knows full well what side I lean towards.
I say to him, "If it bugs you that much then trade in your 8 cylinder Jag for a Prius".
His reply, "Get lost, I'm not giving up my Jag".
I tell him not to be a Green-Nazi if he is not prepared to where the uniform.
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:29 pm

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Not all scientists argree that the global warming theory is correct. (It is still just a theory)



So Is gravity.

Anyways this isn't a freaking liberal issue!! Why do people insist that we don't need to stop polluting. It makes no sense.
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Postby Fireball Express » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:34 pm

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Not all scientists argree that the global warming theory is correct. (It is still just a theory)



So Is gravity.

Anyways this isn't a freaking liberal issue!! Why do people insist that we don't need to stop polluting. It makes no sense.


Actually Gravity is a scientific LAW.


I didn't say that we don't need to stop polluting. I'm heavily suggesting that pollution is not what is the main cause of global warming.

Gore's a liberal and he's the one who put out this movie.
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Postby 5 » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:37 pm

So the "jury is still out" on this climate change thing, huh? Just like evolution I suppose.


With politicians, what's the difference if we knew what would happen anyway. I don't trust the government (run by either pathetic party) to figure out the best plan.

"Sir, the levees are gonna break. We need to fix this before something drastic occurs" turns into "Who could've seen this coming?"
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Postby Jbyrdo » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:38 pm

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Mars, Jupiter and Neptunes largest moon, Triton, are also experiencing higher temperatures and polar ice cap melting. Are Humans ruining the whole Milky Way?


Besides Mars, are Jupiter and Neptune's largest moon similiar to Earth?
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Postby Coppermine » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:40 pm

Fireball Express wrote:Gore's a liberal and he's the one who put out this movie.


I guess that's all it comes down to... sigh. :-/
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:41 pm

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Mars, Jupiter and Neptunes largest moon, Triton, are also experiencing higher temperatures and polar ice cap melting. Are Humans ruining the whole Milky Way?


Besides Mars, are Jupiter and Neptune's largest moon similiar to Earth?


Also notice that those places aren't inhabited by any whats it called...ummmm LIFE!!
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Postby Fireball Express » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:42 pm

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Mars, Jupiter and Neptunes largest moon, Triton, are also experiencing higher temperatures and polar ice cap melting. Are Humans ruining the whole Milky Way?


Besides Mars, are Jupiter and Neptune's largest moon similiar to Earth?


Point is that we are in a time where solar activity is very high. The sun is the greatest source of heat in this solar system
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:44 pm

Fireball Express wrote:
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Mars, Jupiter and Neptunes largest moon, Triton, are also experiencing higher temperatures and polar ice cap melting. Are Humans ruining the whole Milky Way?


Besides Mars, are Jupiter and Neptune's largest moon similiar to Earth?


Point is that we are in a time where solar activity is very high. The sun is the greatest source of heat in this solar syatem


Thats not a very good point, no offense. Yes the sun is the greatest source of heat. However, that heat is amplified by the amount of fumes in the air. Oh yea those amounts aren't decreasing they are increasing
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