My Promise, In Exchange For Your Vote

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Vote for me, and I promise no global warming for the past 18 years. Isn’t this a face you can trust?

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Fifteenth Annual Weblog Awards: The 2015 Bloggies


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23 Responses to My Promise, In Exchange For Your Vote

  1. omanuel says:

    You deserve to win!

    Thank you for helping me realize that lock-step, totalitarian “consensus science” in the West is part of the global problem of totalitarian rule after the UN formed in OCT 1945.

  2. Just got done voting for you. I hope you win. You have provided vast amounts of information, knowledge and exposed climate corruption in the last year.

    Thank you and keep up the good work.

  3. gator69 says:

    If you like your global warming, too bad.

  4. John Silver says:

    Done diddely done did it.

  5. ren says:

    We’ve had a first sprinkle of snow. It came last week. Today was cold and I was lovingly reminded to wear a hat. Winter is waiting. This poem by Julian Tuwim is in anticipation.

    by Julian Tuwim

    Six O’Clock dark,
    A cold day begins,
    The rattle in the park,
    Of clattering tins.

    Clank on cobblestone,
    Slowly and far.
    In grey-bluish tins,
    Milk gurgles in its jars.

    Horses blow mist,
    The people shake,
    Wagons persist,
    Hard-hobbling awake.

    Six O’Clock dark,
    A cold day begins,
    Comes into my dream,
    The drum-roll of tins.

    In a sheepskin jacket,
    I doze on the bench,
    Breathing like a mother,
    In my frost dream’s clench.

    My life in dreams,
    Frozen in flight,
    Engulfed by spluttering,
    Milky and white.

    White and warm,
    A motherly gurgle,
    Comforts me, hides me,
    Beneath the burqa of winter.

    Now I’ve been begun,
    Already I’m starting,
    In this maternal dream.

    In a faraway milk,
    An echo sways,
    The wagon rumbles,
    Still quieter, farther away.

  6. chris y says:

    Already done yesterday. Good luck!

  7. wyoskeptic says:

    Done did the deed. All officially voted for.

    Now gotta go get ready for the return of winter to my area. A little bit more snow, some more cold below normal temps. Ah, this global warming … oops climate change … I used to just blame it on the weather. Any of those ignats that proclaim the end of snow are certainly welcome to come and shovel it off my porch. They can take it with them if they want, no charge.

  8. Gail Combs says:

    Done Did Vote.

    It is now up to 63 °F and the lamb and the lid are playing in the field outside the front door.

    It is up to 77° F Wednesday and back down to 23° F on Thursday.

    • gofer says:

      Extreme temp swings:

      12 Hrs , 2/21/1918 went up 83 degrees in Granville, SD, from -33 to 50 degrees

      7 Minutes, 12/1/1896 went up 34 degrees and 80 degrees in a few hours. 30″ of snow melted in 1/2 day.

      2 MINUTES, 1/22/1943, in Spearfish, SD went up 49 degrees from -4 at 7:30 AM to 49 at 7:32 AM.

      IF the temp was read at 6:30………….:)

    • gofer says:

      Middle TN, going from High of 63 Tuesday to low of 8 Thursday.

  9. Dave N says:

    I would absolutely trust Toto.

  10. Truthseeker says:

    I have voted for you … twice!

    My dogs are cuter than your dogs, so there!

  11. you got my vote for blog of the year; i visit every day

  12. Scarface says:

    Is your dog a member of the Union of Concerned Scientists already?

    He will be in good company:

    Btw, voted for you. Hope you win!

  13. Done! Keep up the good works!
    Cheers from Sweden.

  14. Barbara says:

    Voted yesterday. I am totally addicted to this blog, the only one I follow so guess mine was not an educated vote! I don’t feel like finding time for Facebook either which annoyed my large family at first, but they have accepted it. Rain in So. AZ today. I hoped it might snow, but no luck. Some semi-serious cold would be good so the mesquite trees would hold off until not so much danger of a late freeze. Mesquite blooms are the source of the best honey in the world IMO.

  15. Disillusioned says:

    I would like to know if anyone who has voted has gotten their “verification e-mail”? Like others mentioned after the initial post about this, I have not. I voted Sunday evening after the initial post about this. (No, it is not hiding in the spam folder.) I will follow up if I do. But nothing so far. Arghh…

    • gator69 says:

      I voted twice, Sunday and Monday, still have not received confirmation.

      • Disillusioned says:

        Thanks for the reply, gator69.


        • gator69 says:

          No problem. I just sent an email to the Bloggies folks (they have a contact option near the top of the page) to let them know there are a number of disenfranchised voters out here. The autoreply reads…

          Your message has been dropped in Nikolai’s mailbox.

          At least his name isn’t ‘Vladimir’. 😉

        • Gail Combs says:

          Seems to have worked gator, I just voted again and got confirmation back.

        • Disillusioned says:

          Thanks for the efforts and follow-up gator, and to Gail, for relaying your experience.

          It looks like my earlier vote was not counted, because I have still have not received the “verification e-mail” (bloggie’s term). I wonder how many others’ votes for Tony and Paul H.were discarded like that. SMH

      • Gail Combs says:

        I have not received confirmation either.

        (I am using opera) I just voted again and if it does not work I will try Firefox next time.

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