If All You See…

…is a wonderful greenspace that would be perfect for solar panels, you might just be a Warmist

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11 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Dana says:

    Turning brush into greenhouse gases!

    I used motor oil drained from my gasoline-powered F-150 at the last oil change to get the fire started!

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    The FBI is now just the armed enforcement wing of the Democrat Party.

    Who knew?

    Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  3. Tom Kay says:

    She’s rockin! Where did you get that photo!!!https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_yahoo.gif

  4. Doom and Gloom says:

    UBS to buy Credit Suisse the resulting MEGA BANK will have 5 trillion in manged assets. The GDP of over 124 countries combined.

    Japanese tech giant Toshiba accepts $15B tender offer

    Why is this significant?

    The consortium OF BUYERS includes about 20 Japanese companies, such as Orix Corp., a financial services company, electronics manufacturer Rohm Co. and the megabanks such as Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp., according to Japanese media reports.

    The 17th largest bank in the USA failed recently and needed a 30 billion investment by the mega banks to keep it floating till it could get its balance sheet back in order.

    A new poll shows as a mere 10% of US adults say they have high confidence in the nation’s banks and other financial institutions

    Biden’s poll numbers slip to 38 percent after being 45 percent prior to the banking problems rearing its ugly head in the midst of high inflation and supply side issues.

    It is sad that the sheeple leading this movement do not realize what they are begging for. When they have completed their mission to reorganize the world and let reckless, careless, and unelected leaders RULE over them the die will be cast and their life in their new world order will not be as they had drawn it up on napkins in Starbucks.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      We have allowed (encouraged?) banks to become dangerous casinos.

      Why? Because the super-wealthy can become super-wealthier all the while backstopped by American taxpayers.

      Too big to fail is too big to exist. We need to re-re-regulate investment banks.

      Both the Great Depression and the Great Recession were caused by investment bank shenanigans. We responded by reining in these banks with Glass-Steagall (1933) and Dodd-Frank (2010). Bi-partisan Congressional weakening of Dodd-Frank contributed to the meltdown of Signature and Silicon Valley Banks as did inaction by The Fed and California regulators.

      The CEOs of both banks were invited to talk with Congress on March 28, but both said they couldn’t make it that day.

  5. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Our Stable Genius:

    “What kind of person can charge another person, in this case a former President of the United States, who got more votes than any sitting President in history, and leading candidate (by far!) for the Republican Party nomination, with a Crime, when it is known by all that NO Crime has been committed, & also known that potential death & destruction in such a false charge could be catastrophic for our Country?”

    “Why & who would do such a thing? Only a degenerate psychopath that truly hates the USA!”

    “years of hatred, chaos, and turmoil”

    a “Soros backed animal”

    i.e., a ‘Negro’ backed by the Jews…

    and the Manhattan case isn’t his biggest problem…

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Rimjob exhibiting his old racist self again.

      Thanks, ya dumbfuck.

      Bwaha! Lolgfy https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Brush turns into CO2 either quickly by burning or slowly by decomposing. Makes little difference in the long run.

    But bonfires are more fun!

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Burning motor oil, generally, is different. The carbon from motor oil, coal and gas was locked up as complex hydrocarbons in the Earth for 200 or 300 million years. Its relatively recent release is responsible for the sudden increase in atmospheric CO2.

      That said, the ~ 5 qt of used motor oil burned in the middle of KY only added about 25 lbs of CO2 to the atmosphere.

      But again, bonfires are fun! KY bourbon, a cool night, a pretty girl and a bonfire make for a pleasant evening.

    • Dana says:

      Bonfires are more fun, but they’re also more work. I had to spend time attending the fire, to make certain it didn’t spread. Yeah, the probabilities of such were low, but they were not zero.

      No need to worry about any smoldering ashes now; it’s raining.

      I have another stack of material that I need to burn, including a few old pallets. Yesterday’s brush fire was primarily two huge, overgrown rose bushes from my sister-in-law’s house that she cut down and of which she needed to dispose. The pallet bonfire will be bigger, and requires more planning. I have to let that field dry out some, because the water table is very high in that field, and I don’t want it to be so muddy the truck tears it up. But, after I move the material there, I have to wait for the day after a rain, or perhaps a rainy day itself, to burn the pile.

  7. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    We had a couple inches of rain overnight, with more on the way. You’re seeing the same system as it creeps east.

    Years ago, at my friend’s farm in SE MO we had torn down part of an old barn, combined with discarded furniture, junk, brush and starter oil, we created a night-time bonfire. My friend was on a MO Environmental Board, another friend was one of a few hundred licensed fire inspectors in the US. Beer was involved. The fire was spectacular. And stupid. The nearby trees were less impressed! People stopped along the state dirt road for a look-see.

    At the same farm, even more years ago, we burned his fields… same roster of friends. All was fine until we torched the back field of tall grass, which was separated, thankfully, from the state forest by a creek. Typically, one uses back-pack leafblowers to control the 3 inch smoldering flames of a ‘controlled’ burn of a farm field, but this field became uncontrolled with 10 foot flames spreading quickly. The prevailing breeze blew the fire toward the creek where it stalled. Later that night, guys on a beer run to the local (7 mi) package store saw a glow from the woods and had to stamp out smoldering leaves.

    Hold my beer! Stupid is as stupid does, and beer makes you stupider.

    It takes a lot of stupid for SE Missourian natives to consider you stupid!!

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