42 thoughts on “Friday Funny – our big oil man

  1. I hope this is coming form a publication or that it is going to go into the media.
    Funny, it was just a few hours ago in an AGW debate (over a few pints) that couple of my adversaries challenged me in explaining whom would benefit from this scam. I started on personal beneficiaries with Gore and Suzuki and then into the massive carbon trading market.
    I wish I had had this cartoon

  2. This is why i never have listened to Al Gore unless he travels by clipper ship and Conestoga
    lives in a Tipi and eats soybeans and lentil soup..,I might..
    Note might,,,,
    probably two years before the mast would do him some good..
    though I don’t think he’d be a good “top man’ for some reason..

  3. The parallels between alcohol prohibition and carbon prohibition have spawned a new form of gangster. Big Al lives again, while Chicago remains at the center of their power base.

  4. Al Gore, off camera, at the Davos 2008 conference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1Do9vut6tc#t=1748s

    ” … “Exxon Mobil has funded 40 different front groups that have all been a part of a strategic persuasion campaign to, in their own words ‘reposition global warming as theory rather than fact.’… ”

    That phrase, seen on pages 356-7 of Gore’s 2010 “Our Choice” book ( http://media.ourchoicethebook.com/site_media/images/spreads/large/ch16_3.jpg ), also appears in his 2006 “An Inconvenient Truth” movie, starting just before the 1 hour 13 minute point. Get to the bottom of exactly why he uses this out-of-context page from a memo set that was never actually implemented from an obscure small PR ad campaign, and it appears it isn’t the skeptic climate scientists who “manufacture doubt about AGW” (à la ‘expert shill scientists working for big tobacco) but was and is enviro-activist manufacturing doubt about skeptic climate scientists.

    Expose this problem for all to see, and you reveal global warming hysteria as nothing more than a ponzi scheme based on constant infusions of false information about its science claims and character assassination of its critics that might stray into libel/slander territory.

    “Pt II: Is Gore’s Accusation of Skeptic Climate Scientists Still a Hoax?” http://www.redstate.com/russellc/2011/06/22/pt-ii-is-gores-accusation-of-skeptic-climate-scientists-still-a-hoax/

  5. Idea:
    A bare bones clear list of the facts known via wattsup etal on AGW and the false U.N. made info.
    Put it here as a easy to down load pamplet for all to pass along via e-mail, facebook, hand to hand on blogs, to send to other media outlets world wide.

    List the lies.
    Follow up with facts that discredits the lies total.

    Keep it simple update it monthly.

  6. Facts:

    Al Gore is 300% over the legal weight limit for humans.

    Al Gore is 400% over the legal limit on lies and fraud.

  7. Old one liners say it best:-
    “Many a true word spoken in jest”, and “A picture paints a thousand words”.

    PS, my Josh calendar is excellent !
    Love it :-)

  8. The following is certainly not a Friday Funny. This will make your blood boil. Here are a few pieces from Al Arch Hypocrite Gore’s blog followed by the latest news.
    [my bolding]

    October 22, 2010
    Climate Deniers Funded by the Dirty Energy Industry
    This is not a surprise:…..

    http://blog.algore.com/2010/10/climate_deniers_funded_by_the.html

    September 28, 2012
    The record-breaking Arctic ice melt demonstrates that we are in a planetary emergency:…

    http://blog.algore.com/2012/09/planetary_emergency.html

    November 26, 2012
    Dirty energy-funded climate deniers are trying to dismantle important renewable energy mandates.

    http://blog.algore.com/2012/11/climate_deniers_join_alec.html

    January 8, 2013
    Al Gore’s Oil-Fueled Al-Jazeera Deal Follows A String Of Green Energy Fiascos

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/2013/01/08/al-gores-oil-fueled-al-jazeera-deal-follows-a-string-of-green-energy-fiascos/

  9. Give the guy a break. It’s bad that his “Little Black Book” now contains only names ending in “M.D.”

  10. paul milligan on January 11, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Isn’t this a bit puerile?

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    paul milligan,

    What is the basis of comedy, satire, parody and mimicking?

    It seems there is a small part of it that links us back to the irreverent, rebellious and free-linking days of our glorious teenage years (puerile). I think comedy is a valuable part of our wonderful human condition.

    John

  11. You can get rich off of climate alarmism, you can understand the complexities of the problem, and you can be honest–but only two of the three.

    AlGore is an honorable man, but he doesn’t have the brains to understand this. So he can get rich with a clear conscience. I, on the other hand, understand some of the complexities, so that troublesome integrity thingy keeps me from cashing in, too. Darn.

  12. apachewhoknows says:
    January 11, 2013 at 8:24 am

    Looks like you’ve outlined a winter project for yourself. Good luck

  13. “Old one liners say it best:- … “A picture paints a thousand words”.(Steve in UK says:January 11, 2013 at 8:39 am)” As I remember it, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” As I use it,

    “A nonsense picture is a thousand words of nonsense.”

  14. Doug Huffman on January 11, 2013 at 9:14 am

    “A nonsense picture is a thousand words of nonsense.”

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    Doug Huffman,

    This is getting entertaining.

    Do you have a picture representing your idea that “A nonsense picture is a thousand words of nonsense.”? : )

    John

  15. Years ago I used to tell my wife that if I wanted to be rich I would get a tent and start preaching the Gospel. I was right about the method, wrong about the message.

  16. Can’t help but think of the original Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea movie when the Van Allen Radiation Belt started on fire representing the original Catestrophic Global Warming (although not anthrogenic in origin). The usual suspects, the UN and a mad denier play key roles.

  17. John Whitman says:
    January 11, 2013 at 9:10 am

    paul milligan on January 11, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Isn’t this a bit puerile?

    All CAGW types have had a sense of humor bypass.

  18. Ed Fix on January 11, 2013 at 9:11 am

    AlGore is an honorable man, but he doesn’t have the brains to understand this.

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    Ed Fix,

    If I search an online dictionary for words that have meanings close to your description of Al Gore, one of the words has a Ancient Greek root ‘ἰδιώτης’ which in Latin is ‘idiota’.

    John

  19. I saw on TV this afternoon that Gore has been given the title of “World’s first Carbon Billionaire”.

  20. …and don’t forget Barbara Eden as the psychiatrist who fosters the doubts about the sanity of the mad denier.

  21. Coalsoffire says:
    January 11, 2013 at 8:50 am

    Apachewhokows: Do you mean a list of lies like this:

    http://www.numberwatch.co.uk/warmlist.htm

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Apachewhokows is a rabid warmist who comes here and post mostly cryptic crap and then goes home to laugh at us. A month or so ago he made the mistake of linking his name to his warmist site and thereby let the cat out of the bag.

    Weirdest site I ever looked BTW.

    I did not bother to keep the link but if you want to you can find it by searching all the old WUWT posts from about November on back. He has only posted twice that I know of since then.

  22. @Richard111 who says:
    January 11, 2013 at 9:43 am
    I saw on TV this afternoon that Gore has been given the title of “World’s first Carbon Billionaire”.

    Googled “World’s first Carbon Billionaire”.
    First up!
    Gore’s Dual Role – Advocate and Investor – NYTimes.comwww.nytimes.com/2009/11/03/business/energy…/03gore.htmlSimilar
    Nov 2, 2009 – Critics, mostly on the political right and among global warming skeptics, say Mr. Gore is poised to become the world’s first “carbon billionaire,” …

    It’s a repeat . . . .

  23. Billy Liar on January 11, 2013 at 9:32 am

    John Whitman says:
    January 11, 2013 at 9:10 am

    paul milligan on January 11, 2013 at 8:40 am says “Isn’t this a bit puerile?”

    All CAGW types have had a sense of humor bypass.

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    Billy Liar,

    It seems so. In some it seems they have had a quadruple humor bypass. But that is their humorless face to the public.

    Surely among fellow CAGWers there is lots of humor. CAGWist humor among fellow CAGWers: like fondly entertaining the idea of executing skeptics, like chuckling about branding skeptics, like smiling at a video showing the blowing up of skeptical children in class (the red button pushing teacher), like recent scientific association’s leaders apparently gleeful avoidance of l’affaire Gleick, like the CG ‘team’ cheerfully blocking skeptic papers and ouster of journal editors, like a pseudo-skeptical blog’s inner circle giddy at the idea of skeptics as mentally ill, etc, etc. I am sure their inner CAGW circle’s humor abounds.

    John

  24. paul milligan says:
    January 11, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Isn’t this a bit puerile?

    Yes it is. As are most of the best cartoons.

    Your point is?

  25. Chris Tangey says:
    January 11, 2013 at 8:15 am
    “I hope he isn’t talking about my fire tornado video, because he still ain’t gonna get it!”

    Hi Mr. Tangey! Stunning video, and I love the music! Wonderful that you snubbed Big Al!

  26. Mr Green Genes on January 11, 2013 at 11:47 am

    paul milligan says:
    January 11, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Isn’t this a bit puerile?

    Yes it is. As are most of the best cartoons.

    Your point is?

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    Mr Green Genes,

    In addition to ‘puerile’ as applicable to humor about Al Gore, the word sophomoric also applies to most of the funniest humor that is about him. He is a veritable lightening rod.

    Sophomoric:
    http://www.abcthesaurus.com/browse_synonyms/synonyms_for_sophomoric.html =>inane, foolish, silly, pointless, shallow, superficial, infantile, pretentious, self-important, brash, ridiculous.

    John

  27. JohnB says:
    January 11, 2013 at 9:26 am
    Can’t help but think of the original Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea movie when the Van Allen Radiation Belt started on fire representing the original Catestrophic Global Warming (although not anthrogenic in origin). The usual suspects, the UN and a mad denier play key roles.
    ========================================================================
    They are both science fiction. Good science fiction makes the authors rich. Bad science fiction makes us poor.

  28. paul milligan says:
    “Isn’t this a bit puerile?”

    Its drawn that way so people like you can understand it.

  29. Richard111 says:
    January 11, 2013 at 11:16 pm
    Saw that on Russian TV. :-)

    Must be a parallel world . . . with four year lag time. In the podunk city I live it, they are still broadcasting from the 50-60’s and don’t like teach their children to the five R’s. (Reading, Writing, ‘Rithmatic, and Rational Resoning) :-O

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