Actually, I saw it but did not comment since that would seem to be nit-picking.
You not saying anything because it might seem like nit-picking.
I see you haven't lost your sense of humor after all.
Do you think global warming could have an adverse affect on a person's sense of humor?
It could, but that has not been supported by any evidence.
But a lack of evidence didn't stop old Al from trying to connect the Myanmar cyclone to global warming, did it.
And it didn't some from saying global warming may have an adverse affect on the Green Bay Packers.http://www.wisconsinenvironment.org/new ... ckers-edge
As Wisconsinites gear up for next season, Wisconsin Environment today highlighted how global warming could affect the future success of the Packers. Specifically, the group pointed to the threat of rising winter temperatures lessening the cold weather that has historically given the Packers an edge over warm weather rivals.
And of course who needs evidence to claim global warming is to blame for swarms of cats and kittens, an invasion so to speak.http://www.livescience.com/animals/070606_gw_pets.html
Droves of cats and kittens are swarming into animal shelters nationwide, and global warming is to blame, according to one pet adoption group.
After reading those, how can a person not laugh. Unless of course they are being affected by global waming, and it has taken from them, their sense of humor.
But I acutally think there is evidence that global warming supporters may loose their sense of humor when talking about global warming. And I use Al Gore as my evidence. At least I can't remember any jokes Al has cracked about global warming.
And I saved the best for last. You just can't make up stuff this good.
Global Warming Simultaneously Baking, Freezing Europe.http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=18445
Europe is simultaneously baking and freezing, and will continue to do so as a result of global warming, alarmists asserted in global media reports in November 2005. The two theories upon which the claims were made were promptly debunked by climate scientists.