Goldilocks Blames Calm Weather On Global Warming

Earlier in the year a storm hit DC which was a sure sign of global warming. Now, the lack of storms is a sure sign of global warming.

Will Goldilocks McKitten find the perfect number of storms?

Twitter / billmckibben: endlessly weird weather: drought …

h/t to Marc Morano

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12 Responses to Goldilocks Blames Calm Weather On Global Warming

  1. willnitschke says:

    OK, global warming can also cause extremely calm weather. That’s great isn’t it? 😉

  2. NikFromNYC says:

    Oh, the storm is indeed coming Mr. Bill, when the real bill arrives on the crumbling doorsteps of families who took your Green Studies major advice all the while you, of all people, had the data in hand that bluntly debunked what you said in public. Class action law is a drag to study up on.

    The Global Warming Skeptic Sperm Bank should be Kickstarted about now, to fulfill the wanderlust of the frantic wives in McKibben and Mann families who desire less idiotic kids than the ones they’ve already had.

  3. Adam Gallon says:

    Laugh or cry?

  4. Me says:

    Drewski does both and whines with lots of cheese and has multiple personalities, creative writhing is what he is BEST at! 😆

  5. Andy DC says:

    Calm weather is weird weather? What next? Exactly what kind of weather would satisfy Mr. McKitten?

  6. Jimmy Haigh says:

    The man’s an idiot.

  7. Ben says:

    Drought brings incredibly high crop yields; 8th highest in history.
    Send more drought, Bill!

  8. RCase says:

    McKibben knows exactly what he’s doing. And he knows full well that if he and others tell people that the weather’s weird, there will be enough idiots to believe it. As if the weather were just a perfectly stable and predictable thing prior to the industrial age.

  9. tckev says:

    “endlessly weird weather…” from the of master of weird statements.

  10. Andy DC says:

    Someone should ask McKitten “What do you consider to be the ideal number of hurricanes? Tornadoes? Droughts? Floods? Fires? Blizzards?” Apparently too little is weird and as bad as too many.

  11. Justa Joe says:

    Once you go neurotic about the weather the possibilities are endless.

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