Heidi Loses Her Blue Crayon

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Like Gavin, Heidi lost her blue crayon – and keeps coloring over the blue areas in red.

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11 Responses to Heidi Loses Her Blue Crayon

  1. rah says:

    Who you gonna believe? Heidi or your blue lips and chattering teeth?

    • Gail Combs says:

      And frozen toes!

      I have to wear a second pair of woolly socks as well as a hooded sweatshirt to stay comfortable and I have the heater sitting so close to my chair I can touch it. (We gave up using the central heat – too darn expensive)

      I need to bring in a wooly lamb or a cashmire kid to use as a foot warmer.

  2. gator69 says:

    The chart goes waaaaay back to 1970, when Winter was invented.

  3. Chip Bennett says:

    At this point, anyone who believes such nonsense is either willfully ignorant, or simply stupid.

  4. emsnews says:

    Oh yeah, Michigan is really hot now!!

    So is my mountain in NY. A roaring hot 0º F during the day this week.

  5. Dave1billion says:

    Looking at her map I found the expected “based on the rate of change since 1970”.

    One thing that reading this blog has drilled into me is to look for the “. . . since 19XX ..” in all of the AGW reports and images.

    Because thermometers were invented in the year 19XX -1

    • gator69 says:

      From what the alarmists tell us, you would think the IPCC invented the thermometer. But we all know they only invented history.

  6. Cary says:

    Uhhh who is Heidi?

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