Daily Archives: March 18, 2022

Jimmy Page Vs Eddie Van Halen

Jimmy Page OR Eddie Van Halen? #JimmyPage #EddieVanHalen https://t.co/xG34UpWylf pic.twitter.com/0UkNOOqY2M — ????Return of Rock???? (@ReturnofR) March 18, 2022 Something different. And interesting enough to post it. It’s a tough one. First there’s Page: one of the original rock gods, starting back in the 1960’s. Lead guitarist for the greatest band in rock and roll. One […]

Your Fault: Hailstorms To Maybe Possibly Get Worse

We can stop this if only you would buy an EV for your trips to go get a soy burger Hailstorms and climate change: What to expect When people think of the most dangerous threats spawned by thunderstorms, tornadoes typically come to mind. Yet in terms of total damage, hail really ought to be front […]

If All You See…

…are the colors of a big carbon polluting nation, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Gen Z Conservative, with a post on the groomer Left losing to Florida and Desantis in the polls.

NY Times Is Suddenly Very Concerned Over Loss Of Free Speech

I wonder what prompted this editorial. Did someone try and cancel one of the editorial board members or someone they know? America Has a Free Speech Problem For all the tolerance and enlightenment that modern society claims, Americans are losing hold of a fundamental right as citizens of a free country: the right to speak […]

Doom: Allergy Season Getting Longer Due To Climate Emergency

Man, that 1.5F increase in global temperatures since 1850 is a bummer The Big Sneeze: Climate change to make pollen season nastier Climate change has already made allergy season longer and pollen counts higher, but you ain’t sneezed nothing yet. Climate scientists at the University of Michigan looked at 15 different plant pollens in the […]

COVID Forever: Media Trying To Stoke Fear Over Latest Breakout In Europe

They just can’t let go of the Fear Porn, eh? Is Europe’s new COVID surge coming to America next? While many Americans have decided the pandemic is “over” as it pertains to their own lives — a full 37 percent, according to the latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll — those who’ve been paying close attention to […]

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