Finally, We Are Getting Some Respect Here In Colorado

During all those cold snowy springs we had in Colorado since 2006, when I was freezing my butt off coaching soccer in snowstorms and the rivers were flooding  every June – they told us that we were only 0.01% of the planet, and that the climate was determined by Moscow or Texas or somewhere else. It hurt being ignored like that by the climate experts.

But now that we are warm and dry, Colorado is finally getting the recognition we deserve. Now we get to define the global climate – at least until the monsoons start and the yellow spotted cherry pickers move on to someplace else.

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9 Responses to Finally, We Are Getting Some Respect Here In Colorado

  1. Sean Peake says:

    The new “ground zero?”

    • We are now the canary in the greenhouse. We are the new poster child of the greatest challenge humanity has ever faced.

      • You’re between a rock and a hard place in the sun, & you better look before you bite the hand that feeds you.

        A few facts about Colorado:
        Since Global Warming started on January 20, 1981, everyone in Colorado has died an average of four times.
        Human-caused isostatic rebound, coupled with mathematically sound superexponential sea-level rise has made it perfectly legal for real eastate agents to advertise beach-front property in Vail, Colorado as of January 20, 2004.
        Pika soup, once a staple of pioneer families, is now illegal.
        President Obama killed Obama Bin Laden, you dumb rubes. You should thank him, instead of wanting dumb crap like jobs or living border patrol agents.

      • NoMoreGore says:

        Pika Soup? So we were eating those little rats? One way to get rid of ‘em I guess…. :-)

      • No, they used Pika Soup to attach their W-2s to their 1040.

  2. dmmcmah says:

    Last year it was Hayhoe, TX. Now it’s Trenberth, Co.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Between Chicago O’Hare’s rigged thermometer and a pretty nasty heatwave, expect a lot of alarmist yapping during this upcoming week.

  4. johnmcguire says:

    What sprays are effective for yellow spotted cherry pickers? I have assail and a few others in that class , do your suppose they would work? Or maybe they are a feathered species and I would be better off using my pellet gun or netting? If they are human just send them up to Washington state as the industry has a shortage of cherry pickers right now.

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