Hey, Alarmists, It’s 10:10. Yeah, I Bet You Forgot, Didn’t You

Yes, today is the day when the 10/10 and 350 nuts want you to do something get someone else to Do Something to reduce CO2 emissions. They’re all out doing wacky things on a Sunday. And James Delingpole has some ideas

So what are you going to do today? Here are a few suggestions, inspired Richard Curtis’s campaign video which has proved so successful that at least 20,000 10:10 signatories were inspired to resign. Well done Richard!

1. Encourage Daddy to convert his Aston-Martin or Kenneth-Noye style Range Rover to biofuels, like the Prince of Wales has. Biofuels are great for the environment because they lead to higher food prices and starvation in the Third World. And the more people who starve to death in the Third World the better it is for nature. Because remember, overpopulation is the real problem.

2. Kill a climate denier, any denier – they’re all the same and their Exxon-funded attempts to deny the overwhelming scientific consensus on global warming makes them fit only for one thing. Death. Just like Richard Curtis showed us on his video. And he should know: he wrote Love, Actually.

He has a few more. Check them out.

Oh, and don’t forget, that “dangerous carbon” y’all keep yammering about is not what you think it is.

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7 Responses to “Hey, Alarmists, It’s 10:10. Yeah, I Bet You Forgot, Didn’t You”

  1. captainfish says:

    I threw away all of my CFL bulbs away in order to clean my house of dangerous toxic mercury.

    I held a family reunion and off’d all those over 70 and all those kids who showed signs of being sick.

    I turned my ceiling fan on full power and then put a mini-wind mill under it to generate power for my TV.

    I robbed my local Burger King for all of their fryer oil to power my 1960 VW bug. As an added benefit, there are no more mosquitos in my neighborhood, or along the routes I drive. But, there are alot of flies.

  2. Personally, I used to like CFLs, when they lasted like they were supposed to. They used less energy, put out less heat (always good for down here in NC), and lasted a long enough time that they were worth the extra expense. Now, though, they last as long as a regular bulb, so, not worth it. I still have a few left, bedroom ceiling fan and table lamp, with a few extra replacements. Once those are gone, no more.

    One of their big probs is that the light they put out is not always what you want. I did waste some money buying ones for the ceiling fan, the light was, well, off. It wasn’t pleasant, and too dim.

  3. robin says:

    A man washed up on a desert island after a shipwreck. The only other survivors were a sheep and a sheepdog.

    The three of them got into the habit of going down to the beach every evening to watch the sunset.

    One particular evening, the sky was a fiery red with beautiful cirrus clouds and the breeze was warm and gentle. It was a perfect night for romance. As they sat there, the sheep started looking better and better to the lonely man. Soon, he leaned over and put his arm around the sheep.

    But the sheepdog, ever protective of the sheep, growled fiercely until the man took his arm from around the sheep.

    A few weeks passed by and, lo and behold, there was another shipwreck. The only survivor was Nancy Pelosi.

    That evening, the man took Nancy to the evening beach ritual. It was another beautiful tropical evening – perfect for romance. Before long the man started to get “those feelings” again.

    He fought the urges as long as he could but he finally gave in, moved closer to Nancy and told her he hadn’t had sex for months.

    Nancy batted her bushy eyelashes and asked if there was anything she could do to help.

    “Yes,” he said, “Take the dog for a walk.”

  4. John Ryan says:

    Teach you DO KNOW that Richard Curtis is a director of comedies, at least I hope you do

  5. Got that right, Captain.

    John, do you think it is funny to blow kids up?

    I caught that one, Rose. These people are unhinged, eh?

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