Buzz and Bunny got to see one of the dog teams cross the Yukon Quest finish line!
Daily Archives: February 20, 2015
The discussion about crabbing yesterday was very informative. I’ll have to keep it in mind if I’m ever near Maryland. Nobody I know of around these parts makes crab cakes. DW’s interest in seafood is limited to beer-battered cod from a Friday fish fry. She won’t even taste anything else. There is no adventure in her soul. I,on the other hand,love it all (except squid and octopus). Lobster, crab, shrimp, mussels, oysters, scallops,even pickled herring (in wine sauce,not cream sauce…thats stuff’s nasty.) She won’t even go to Red Lobster.
We got a little of this and a little of that today. I spent most of the morning in my recliner with a heating pad on my leg. I was napping peacefully this morning when I got the mother of all cramps in my calf. It felt like somebody stuck a red-hot knife in my leg. Like most men,I can’t stand pain and screamed like I was giving birth. Fortunately,DW is used to taking care of me. I purposely wrote in it her contract… personal services clause.
I could use some Global Warming right about now.
The Gore-ists who Believe man’s use of fossil fuels is damaging Earth’s climate love to portray themselves as the smart, pro-science people, but a recent study proves the real smarty pants are the Skeptics that the Believers portray as “anti-science.”
A recent study asked 2,000 respondents nine questions about where they thought scientists stand on climate science.
Skeptics got more answers right than Believers did.
One Believer yawned and said so what. Denies are just “choosing to reject those findings, usually for political reasons.”
Uhhhhh … no. When I began to read up on the climate issue, I was completely neutral on the topic. It was the science that convinced me Al Gore is a con artist and the people pushing for so-called climate regulations are faking their “science” to push a political agenda that is deeply anti-human.
Studying the climate issue actually drove me much further to the right politically, not the other way around.