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....being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.

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...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?
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On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 9:37:35 AM UTC-4, justan wrote:
Keyser Soze Wrote in message:
...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?


Heh.

"1909: 1909 was a very active year. Out of 12 tropical cyclones, four were hurricanes. On July 20th, a hurricane passed directly over Velasco, TX. There, the calm center lasted 45 minutes, and was followed by devastating winds on the other side which destroyed one-half of the town. In August, a very violent hurricane raked Haiti, caused high winds and rains in Cuba, and entered the Yucatan Channel on August 25. As the storm approached the Mexican coast it caused gales and tremendous seas along the Texas coast. It went to Northeastern Mexico causing an enormous loss of life and property. Unofficial estimates placed the Mexican death toll at 1,500 as a result of floods and mud slides. On September 20, 1909, another intense hurricane crossed the middle Gulf Coast passing about 50 miles west of New Orleans, LA. at 8 p..m. A wide portion of the Louisiana coast was inundated. About 350 lives were lost in Louisiana and Mississippi. It was the same intensity as "the Galveston Hurricane" of 1900 (931) millibars (mb)). [A millibar is a unit of atmospheric pressure equal to .0295 inches of mercury.]"

Damn. Global Warming (Climate Change?) happened as far back as 1909. Who'da thunk?
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On 10/10/18 9:37 AM, justan wrote:
Keyser Soze Wrote in message:
...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?


I have grandkids. I'd like them to have a decent world in which to live.
Obviously, you don't give a **** about the sort of world we're leaving
to your non-existent next generation.
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On 10/10/18 9:37 AM, justan wrote:
Keyser Soze Wrote in message:
...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?


I have grandkids. I'd like them to have a decent world in which to live.
Obviously, you don't give a **** about the sort of world we're leaving
to your non-existent next generation.


Pay your taxes and encourage other deadbeats to do so. That should
help ensure a decent life for your grandkids.
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On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 9:37:35 AM UTC-4, justan wrote:
Keyser Soze Wrote in message:
...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?


Heh.

"1909: 1909 was a very active year. Out of 12 tropical cyclones, four were hurricanes. On July 20th, a hurricane passed directly over Velasco, TX. There, the calm center lasted 45 minutes, and was followed by devastating winds on the other side which destroyed one-half of the town. In August, a very violent hurricane raked Haiti, caused high winds and rains in Cuba, and entered the Yucatan Channel on August 25. As the storm approached the Mexican coast it caused gales and tremendous seas along the Texas coast. It went to Northeastern Mexico causing an enormous loss of life and property. Unofficial estimates placed the Mexican death toll at 1,500 as a result of floods and mud slides. On September 20, 1909, another intense hurricane crossed the middle Gulf Coast passing about 50 miles west of New Orleans, LA. at 8 p.m. A wide portion of the Louisiana coast was inundated. About 350 lives were lost in Louisiana and Mississippi. It was the same intensity as "the Galveston Hurricane" of 1900 (931) millibars (mb)). [A millibar is a unit of atmospheric pressure equal to .0295 inches of mercury.]"

Damn. Global Warming (Climate Change?) happened as far back as 1909. Who'da thunk?


Wait a minute. How do we blame that on Trump?
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On Wed, 10 Oct 2018 09:42:45 -0400, Keyser Soze wrote:

On 10/10/18 9:37 AM, justan wrote:
Keyser Soze Wrote in message:
...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Why are you so up tight, Fat Harry?


I have grandkids. I'd like them to have a decent world in which to live.
Obviously, you don't give a **** about the sort of world we're leaving
to your non-existent next generation.


You've got a humongous yard with a big, Maryland-red barn and a quarter-mile driveway. Plant a few
hundred trees!
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On 10/10/2018 9:08 AM, Keyser Soze wrote:


...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.



When did Mother Nature invent hurricanes? 1960?
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On Wed, 10 Oct 2018 09:08:51 -0400, Keyser Soze
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...being slammed by a result of global warming, a concept denied by the
ignorant, intellectually lazy, coal baron wannabe in the White House.


Yeah, we never had hurricanes before 1/20/2017, That *******!
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