Maryland Polar Bear Plunge Cancelled Due To Cold. Wait, What?

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. – It was too cold even for some polar bears on Saturday.

The second of two scheduled dips in the water at the 14th annual Polar Bear Plunge in Annapolis, Md. was canceled on doctors’ orders.

The air temperature was 23 degrees and the Chesapeake Bay was 36 degrees when crowds took a dip in the water around 1 p.m. Among the participants was Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. He says the frigid water “took my breath away.”

Where’s that globull warming when we need it? Oh, here it is

The United Nations’ expert panel on climate change based claims about ice disappearing from the world’s mountain tops on a student’s dissertation and an article in a mountaineering magazine.

Climate alarmists are huddling madly trying to figure out a way to defend the indefensible. Of course, since it is a religion, the same way Jim Jones had a religion, they can easily ignore everything that by covering their eyes and ears. Or, they can just listen to 6 year olds, as they have already done.

But, hey, good news! The Securities and Exchange Commission is going to require companies to disclose risk from climate change. Well, there is actually quite a bit of risk from cold weather. Businesses are rarely closed because of hot temps, the roads aren’t shut down and roofs do not collapse like with snow and ice.

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One Response to “Maryland Polar Bear Plunge Cancelled Due To Cold. Wait, What?”

  1. Maggie Mama says:

    You can add this to hot vs cold:

    When it’s cold, people stay home and spend nothing. They climb under the covers to read a good book.

    When it’s hot, they head to air- conditioned movies and shopping malls where they spend for food, entertainment, and impulse purchases. Perhaps they head to the beach, local lake or pool and on the way home pick-up take out so they don’t have to heat up their kitchens.

    Spending money is definitely a warm-weather exercise. Personally I fond of the good old Tiki-bar and tall iced drinks when the heat wave hit!

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