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Placeholder for GW/CC 'How I got here' thread, Part 2

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52 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

In my opinion, President Trump's open disbelief of the climatisionist agenda has been more important to undoing the charade than any individual policy action he has taken as President. A stand by a charismatic president is just as powerful as an Oscar-winning movie. By the time he finally buries that particular coffin with policy, there will be ton-loads of red-pilled people in the general population with him. This will help it stay buried and any vampires or zombies that arise at the witching hour from the grave will be shooed away like flies.

Who knows? Maybe after that, real and objective climate science can enter the mainstream if needed. Otherwise, it can stay among the specialists where, in my opinion, it belongs.

 

How well do you think that Climate Doom would have sold as a Narrative if instead of the lie that 97 percent of climate scientists agree that we're fucking doomed, Gore, Obama, DiCaprio, et al, had pushed the real number of 32.6 percent (which is actually still an exaggeration considering the additional factors outlined by the libertarian group who is going after NASA)? Heh.

J

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He is posting now on multiple threads about how to have “impossible” conversations with the “disagreeable.” Neither Jonathan, MSK or Ellen have been disagreeable in the least, but those are the games he plays to avoid addressing substance. What a dishonorable performance and pathetic person you are, Billy.

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On August 26, 2019 at 8:09 PM, Ellen Stuttle said:

[...] what William is saying, in effect, with those images is:  Look how hot the Arctic is getting!  What else do you need to be convinced?

I think that William acknowledged in his slithery, who-knows-what-he's-actually-saying (if anything)? way, that his periodic posting of Reanalyzer images is meant to scare.

See the long apologia (if that's what it is) post at the start of page 27 of his "Placeholder" blog thread.

Ellen

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Michael wrote: In my opinion, President Trump's open disbelief of the climatisionist agenda has been more important to undoing the charade than any individual policy action he has taken as President. end quote  

Is climatisionist like Dana Carvey's GWB’s strategery, strategerist?

I had my driveway repaved on Monday and the workers cut my cable and landline phone line. I couldn’t get Mediacom to fix it until today, Thursday. You don’t know what you got, till it’s gone. I hooked up an old antenna to my main TV and got to watch CBS, a Fox affiliate and “Antenna TV” a nostalgia channel, for three days. Brrrr.

Jittery from a lack of news, I turned on the Weather Channel to watch the hurricane updates. Oh no! !@#$%^! It could be a Category 4 when it hits. About 16 of the projected paths have a direct hit on Florida (as of now) and a few paths swing north closer to me near the Chesapeake Bay, and 2 paths go out to sea. Bread, Jif and Saltines, canned meals, water, gas for the 10 year old, rusty generator sitting under an outdoor awning . . . plastic utensils, flashlight and radio batteries . . . have I forgotten anything? Peter         

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Billy, Brad and all the other alarmist dumb shit liars don’t want to answer Jonathan’s questions because the real answers indicate that science offers no support for the kooky hysterics they have gobbled up, hook, line and sinker. Predictions were promulgated decades ago — this beachfront home was supposed to go under water many, many years ago. I heard it from them constantly for the past thirty years. But they destroy the old, failed predictions, they scrub the Internet, bury books and rewrite history to hide their streams of comically worthless predictions. 

 

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2 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Peter,

You're a better man than I am. The world is your oyster.

I feel relief when I have to take time off from the news.

:)

Michael

“Take time off from the news,” said Jerry Seinfeld? How do you do that? What is the news really? Doesn’t the news just keep happening? And does *evil* exist in a real, scientific sense? I want to know!

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9 hours ago, Peter said:

Michael wrote: In my opinion, President Trump's open disbelief of the climatisionist agenda has been more important to undoing the charade than any individual policy action he has taken as President. end quote  

 

Is climatisionist like Dana Carvey's GWB’s strategery, strategerist?

 

I had my driveway repaved on Monday and the workers cut my cable and landline phone line. I couldn’t get Mediacom to fix it until today, Thursday. You don’t know what you got, till it’s gone. I hooked up an old antenna to my main TV and got to watch CBS, a Fox affiliate and “Antenna TV” a nostalgia channel, for three days. Brrrr.

 

Jittery from a lack of news, I turned on the Weather Channel to watch the hurricane updates. Oh no! !@#$%^! It could be a Category 4 when it hits. About 16 of the projected paths have a direct hit on Florida (as of now) and a few paths swing north closer to me near the Chesapeake Bay, and 2 paths go out to sea. Bread, Jif and Saltines, canned meals, water, gas for the 10 year old, rusty generator sitting under an outdoor awning . . . plastic utensils, flashlight and radio batteries . . . have I forgotten anything? Peter         

 

Booze.

--Brant

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On 8/30/2019 at 10:55 AM, Jules Troy said:

Rubber boots and a Captain Highlander rain coat?  Yarrrrrr!

Florida, are you feeling like a squirrel in the middle of the road? A main man on The Weather Channel is “suggesting” we should know Dorian’s path by Sunday, noon. There are watches all the way up to South Carolina now and Dorian might not make landfall until The Carolina’s outer banks, if we are lucky. I may buy some extra gas for my generator on Tuesday, which means I may not have booze on hand as some guy named Brant suggested. No gas refill spills or kabooms are anticipated.  

The Weather Channel is saying Dorian is looking very hearty/healthy. I think tennis shoes make more sense than rubber boots. A guy in Chatham County Georgia is talking about their emergency operations. Be aware. Be prepared! What is your next step?   

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