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Poisoned Weather In 1991

I lived in Richmond, TX during Christmas 1991 – a few blocks from the Brazos River. Our house was one of the few which didn’t flood. That may have been the biggest rainfall event in Texas history. One more big … Continue reading

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Understanding “Unprecedented”

When the press uses the word “unprecedented” – what they mean is that they haven’t done any research and basically they are lying.  Houston Intercontinental Airport smashed its all-time record for most rainfall in one day on Monday — its 4.34 … Continue reading

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Texas Hit By Unprecedented Hypestorms!

The same people who were hyping unprecedented drought in Texas a few days ago, are now hyping unprecedented rain. Houston, Texas, Hit by Unprecedented Flooding; Seven States At Risk – NBC News.com As always, it is complete BS. Houston has … Continue reading

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Blaming White People Matters

I’m sad to have moved away from Baltimore, just ahead of Memorial Day weekend.  26 Shootings, 9 Fatal, Over Memorial Day Weekend In Baltimore « CBS Baltimore Progressives completely lost interest in the lives of black people in Baltimore, as … Continue reading

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Reader Quiz

How long before we can no longer ignore the 21st century global warming crisis?

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What Is The Fastest Way For An Official To Make A Fool Out Of Himself?

Less than two years ago, officials in the Democratic People’s Republic Of Austin predicted that Lake Travis would run dry by 2016. Officials predict Lake Travis will run dry by 2016 – MyFoxAustin | KTBC | Fox 7 Austin | … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 1935 – Texas Set The World Rainfall Record

Extreme Weather: A Guide & Record Book – Christopher C. Burt – Google Books On Memorial Day eighty years ago, Texas received twenty-two inches of rain in less than three hours – the world record. CO2 was 304 PPM at the … Continue reading

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