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Old 30-12-2016, 02:14   #151
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Re: Sahara Desert Snow Storm

Originally Posted by kmacdonald View Post
The estimates are are all over the place but if it's 7.4 billion we just need to work a little harder. Lets start by eliminating all humanitarian aid. We can solve the health care problem by eliminating treatments over a certain dollar amount----or just go ahead and eliminate all treatment since we have to be concerned with that additional 1.4 billion.
I know you libs think "if we just convince the old white men it's true" the problem will go away. It won't any more than pissing on a forest fire will put it out. No one is willing to solve the problem but it will solve itself. Sure, it will get ugly, countries will go to war over it, and 6.4 billion or more will die. Mankind will go on afterwards. It won't happen in my lifetime so I really don't care.
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Re: Sahara Desert Snow Storm

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Denial lives on, I see, though its numbers are dwindling. Getting lonely, Reef? As Exile and others have told us, we will "adapt". At a minimum, you WILL be doing exactly that.

Speaking of Exile, it's nice to see you continue to walk your opposition back to higher ground. Though you apparently still enjoy letting off a shot or two over your shoulder.

Kenomac ... nice trolling, as I mentioned. Sorry you're so bored over Christmas.
Something to ponder. I'm guessing the 150 watt ceiling fan I'm currently sitting under in order to keep cool in my summertime tropical latitude location is responsible for but a fraction of the CO2 generated when compared to that which your central heating is producing in order to heat your backside; whilst you hammer away on your keyboard browbeating everyone that global warming is bad m'kay, no less.

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Re: Sahara Desert Snow Storm

Once certain members join in, its downhill all the way.

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