Rowers Censored By Reggie?

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Reginald Perrin (rgnldprrn) on Twitter

On August 31, the rowers put this entry on their blog.

Richard Weber, my teammate to the South Pole in 2009 and without doubt the most accomplished polar skier alive today, is owner and operator of Arctic Watch on Cunningham Inlet at the northern end of Somerset Island. Arctic Watch faces out onto our proposed eastern route. Richard dropped me a note the other day advising: “This has been the coldest season with the most ice since we started Arctic Watch in 2000. Almost no whales. The NWPassage is still blocked with ice. Some of the bays still have not melted!”

We row into Cambridge Bay, the official conclusion of our Mainstream Last First expedition – MainStream Last First

But that entry is gone now :

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17 Responses to Rowers Censored By Reggie?

  1. omnologos says:

    if it is open, we will hear of a long list of people who managed to get through (without the icebreaker)…

  2. kbray in california says:

    When the religion says the earth is flat,
    conflicting observations are heresy.
    So off with Kevin’s head… or in this case, his article.
    A sad state of affairs.

  3. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Blowtorch Reggie?

    Still stupid, still thick between the ears.

  4. Jimbo says:

    Where are you Reggie? You showed so much confidence before. There is still more melt to come. 😉

  5. shazaam says:

    Such a pissy tweet. Obviously he couldn’t resist adding those extra tags.

    Really sucks to have Mother Nature destroy your pet fantasies….

    (i.e. melted Arctic predicted by fantasy simulations/models)

    Wonder how those fragile simulation egos are gonna hold-up to the latest hurricane season start ever? Will they say “Oh our models predicted that.”???

    • stewart pid says:

      Climate change is worse than the alarmists unprecedented fears … now there are no hurricanes to point their fingers at and say “I told you so … see what CO2 does”.

  6. redc1c4 says:

    screen caps are a bitch, eh?

  7. Andy DC says:

    Very good at infantile name calling, not so good at science or facts.

  8. Lawrence13 says:

    It is there fourth paragraph down

    Under ‘Final Words From Kevin’

  9. Kim Allen says:

    I think they just removed a duplicate entry without redirecting.

  10. jimash1 says:

    I remember “reggie” claiming that the NW passage was open.
    There weren’t any ships there then and there aren’t any ships there now .

    • Sleepalot says:

      “There weren’t any ships there then and there aren’t any ships there now ”
      … that report their position on AIS. Canada has 6 icebeakers in the NW passage that do not report their positions on AIS.

  11. copernicus34 says:

    ROFLMFAO @#Blowtorch

    my G-d I don’t think I’ve laughed that hard maybe ever, bravo Goddard

  12. Ivan says:

    Hmm .. Reginald Perrin – a rather appropriate choice of avatar.
    A 1970s BBC sitcom – based on the delusional ramblings of an unbalanced middle-aged middle manager in the throes of a mental breakdown.

  13. I like how he classifies himself as the second dumbest man on the internet.

    The first dumbest man must be the leader of that rowing team.

  14. gator69 says:

    “The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin is a series of novels which developed into a British sitcom starring Leonard Rossiter in the title role. Both the books and television series were written by David Nobbs, and the screenplay for the first series was adapted by Nobbs from the novel, though subplots in the novel were considered too dark or risqué for television and toned down or omitted, an example being the relationship between Perrin’s daughter and his brother-in-law.

    The story concerns a middle-aged middle manager, Reggie Perrin, who is driven to bizarre behaviour by the pointlessness of his job at Sunshine Desserts.”

    Bizarre and pointless indeed.

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