Schoolkids Won’t Know What Angeles National Forest Looks Like

Won’t someone think of the kids?

Roads in the Angeles National Forest will close at 10 p.m. Wednesday because of expected snow and ice from a storm making its way to Southern California from the Gulf of Alaska.

It’s so terrible!

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4 Responses to “Schoolkids Won’t Know What Angeles National Forest Looks Like”

  1. pat says:

    That is the way it is with global warming. The snow sneaks up on you in winter, almost every year.
    Just proves the case. Why won’t anyone do something?

  2. Trish says:

    It’s crazy isn’t it? When I was young, my parents used to really appreciate it when we would have a mild winter. So would the school’s, the bus drivers, the shopkeepers and almost everyone but the school kids- who wanted snow days off!
    When we had mild winters in the 60’s, no one fussed about it and squealed about global warming. In fact they bragged about it and said thank God for this mild winter. And for the following year or two we’d have blizzards three or for times a winter and healthy amounts of snow and freezing rain. And they’d say oh well, that’s winter for you. And we kids would say YAY! SNow days!
    Weather’s always been unpredictable. Warmists are entirely TOO predictable.

  3. john says:

    Latest AP poll of all Americans shows that now 80% believe that global warming is a serious problem still there will always be some climate truthers just like there will always be 9/11 truthers or birthers. <amy ti,es it is the same people who belong to one or more of these strange cults.

  4. Trish says:

    Don’t believe polls John, it’ll just make you crazy.

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