ManBearPig Goes On A Rampage

“Ferocious storms and deadly heat waves are occurring with alarming frequency all over the world. We are living with the reality of the climate crisis every day. The only question is, how soon can we act?”



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15 Responses to ManBearPig Goes On A Rampage

  1. PhilJourdan says:

    Gore makes a good spokesperson for the manbearpig. The resemblance is striking.

  2. Edward says:

    “In 24 locations from Mexico City to Alaska, from Beijing to London to Abu Dhabi, to New Delhi and Jakarta, the event will feature scientists, celebrities, business leaders and concerned citizens as well as Gore himself.”

    You mean, like a circus? And, Does that make Albert the C-in-C of the clowns?

    • He forgot to mention masseuses

      • Brian G Valentine says:

        This “victim” of a “masseuse” and obvious agent of the “denialist industry” was probably paid some pretty big money to “try” to make Gore look bad.

        As if there was anything that anyone on Earth could do to make him look worse. The highest paid PR firm in the world couldn’t make him appear any worse than he is.

        I’m glad his ex-wife took the route of the front door out rather than spend another hour under the same roof with this sickening, perverted groper

      • Edward says:

        That’s for R’n’R after the show, helps keep the pecker up – so I’m told.

  3. I think I can assume the UK (and northern Europe) is included in “all over the world”? “Ferocious storms and deadly heat waves” seem to be largely absent (but then I don’t look out of the window that much). Here on this island we’re living with the reality of a miserable wet summer every day. A couple of days of “deadly heat wave” wouldn’t go amiss.

    • Andy WeissDC says:

      I saw the Open Championship over the weekend and the way people were bundled up, the weather was not exactly ideal for golf.

  4. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Looking at how much weight Al Gore gained after he lost to George Bush in 2000, and looking at how he is so desperate in wanting to be some sort of savior from global warming that he will recruit children for it, I think I can conclude he still cannot cope with not becoming President.

    • GregW says:

      Despite Bush’s mistakes and shortcomings the US dodged a bullet that time.

    • Jimash says:

      I agree about coping with the 2000 election.
      Now imagine you have been telling everyone “Should have been me” for 10 months and then one tuesday morning it all goes to shit.
      Turns to “Could have been me, Oh God” and then the he just went totally off.

  5. I can hardly see how you couldn’t see the whole fascist thing from the get-go. The man maneuvered his wife, an ignorant human being perfectly suited to her now-estranged husband, into a position of authority over the entire music industry, with the goal of enforcing government censorship of all music produced and performed in the United States. Albert Gore and his terrifically* authoritarian wife should have been tried (& obviously I think convicted) for treason, and dealt with from such a perspective, in the 1980s. Everything he has done since has only served to underline with a fat, black sharpie the rancid scent of national socialism that pervades his career (& obviously the other, sympathetic forms of socialism as well).

    *look up the etymology of “terrific” if you care (I’ll even provide the link for you lazy, fart-smellers who can’t be bothered to do simple searches (you know exactly whom you are) )

    • Blade says:

      Yep. For a while there in the early-90’s Tipper Gore was in the running for most hated woman alive. I remember Zappa and Twisted Sister (and others I forget) leading the charge.

      I also remember one group that was prominently absent, the idiotic John Bon Jovi.

      Bon Jovi was tight with Algore, and for some reason Slippery When Wet wasn’t on the PRMC lists. Hmmmmm.

      And Bon Jovi music would show up at sanctioned Gore events. No doubt he would have played at the inauguration if the ManBearPig had won.

      He really is a little wascaly weasel that Bon Jovi, kinda like aristocracy loyal to a king, a favored patron with the attendant perks.

      Doesn’t always work out the way they hope though. The French revolution certainly had its dark side, but whacking the loyal nobles brings very few tiny tears to my eyes.

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