Make Sure To Dress Very Warmly For McKitten’s DC Global Warming Protest Tomorrow

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The overheated atmosphere may freeze your ass off.


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13 Responses to Make Sure To Dress Very Warmly For McKitten’s DC Global Warming Protest Tomorrow

  1. Sparks says:

    I’m not going because?

  2. tckev says:

    Might be good for the kids to have a snowball fight. πŸ™‚

    • ralphcramdo says:

      It would be GREAT fun to throw snowballs at global warming protesters! πŸ™‚

      • tckev says:

        Unfortunately I live too far away, otherwise GREAT fun πŸ™‚

      • A six year old was suspended from school here for moving his arm in a manner which mimicked the movement of throwing a grenade.

      • miked1947 says:

        He was dispended for trying to “Save the World” by throwing a make believe gernade at make believe bad guys.
        Maybe McKitten should be Dispended as he is attempting to create a make believe problem that he can appear to fight and save his make believe world.
        Look at all the money available for the Fairy Tale promoters! We are on the wrong side of this game! πŸ˜‰

      • Ben says:

        Next time kids, just say you were throwing “Earth in the Balance” and “An Inconvenient Truth” at a bunch of deniers.

  3. gofer says:

    I watched a special on Attitca and one of the old prison guards said that when they started to lock people up in the 60’s for possessing a couple marijuana cigs, the attitude of prisoners changed. Where there had been relative calm, before, since prisoners accepted their fate because they were actual big-time criminals. But prisoners attitudes changed and became they didn’t belong there and were being unjustly treated. They didn’t ACCEPT their fate because of what they considered minor offenses and thus began the unrest as more and more of them came into the system. What are we doing to the attitudes of young people toward cops and the system by arresting 6 yr olds for something they don’t understand? Not only that, but the attitude of the public toward them?

    When an 18 yr. old kid gets 3 years for having 34 ecstasy pills, is it any wonder jails are overcrowded?

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