Bizzarothink in Goreville

Here’s a bizzare juxtaposition. Thanks to Tom Nelson for spotting this.
Al Gore writes:

This behavior is completely unacceptable. Access by reporters should be as unfettered as possible. This de facto form of censorship needs to stop.

It seems that Mr. Gore is applying a double standard. Note the placard advising members of the press placed outside his own global warming presentation:

Flashback: Gore to press: Stay Out! | Watts Up With That?

Credit: Robert Vamosi / CNET Networks

First you have to wonder what global warming has to do with a computer security conference (RSA) in the first place, but then the real surprise comes when you find that Al Gore did not allow any members of the press to attend.

Flashback: Gore Bans Press (Again) From CTIA Speech | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

In a highly ironic move, Al Gore has barred the press from even attending his speech at the upcoming CTIA Wireless 2009 conference, the nation’s largest gathering of the wireless communications industry.

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70 thoughts on “Bizzarothink in Goreville

  1. A double standard by Al? Say it ain’t so!
    Another left-wing nut job who thinks he can set the standard on what is acceptable behavior and what is not. Are they all like this?

  2. It’s no surprise to me at all that Mr. Gore doesn’t allow press to his events. A majority of the commenters here would be able to ask him questions that he could in no way answer, he sure doesn’t want anyone with a camera and microphone asking him anything but puff questions.

  3. It seems that Mr. Gore is applying a double standard.
    Al Gore certainly is inconsistent.
    “Gore Refuses to Hear Skeptical Global Warming Views”

  4. Al Gore has barred the press from even attending his speech
    Here’s some of what is said behind those closed doors:

  5. John Q Public says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:04 pm
    A double standard by Al? Say it ain’t so!
    Another left-wing nut job who thinks he can set the standard on what is acceptable behavior and what is not. Are they all like this?

    Yes. This is the definition of left-wing nut job.

  6. People often wonder how we got saddled with George W. Bush for eight years. Simple: Al Gore and John Kerry.

  7. I am beginning to think something is not quite right with Al. Is it possible that he has some underlying mental health issue that might explain this? Could it be one of the reasons for the recent separation? I have a pretty good nose for this kind of stuff and when the hair on the back of my neck stands up, I have usually been right.

  8. Blogs like WUWT are the 21st Century equivalent of the dissemination of handbills during the buildup to the US Revolutionary War by the Sons of Liberty and others!
    Thanks, Anthony and Mods, long may the Internet be free and uncensored!

  9. @ John Q Public says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:04 pm
    …………………………. Are they all like this?

    Short answer? Yes. Some are more subtle (devious ) than others however.

  10. Who needs permission to transit extra-territorial airspace, the U.S’s or anyone else’s? If Commandante Zero can’t stand the PR heat, he/she/it should go back to the kitchen.

  11. Given Al’s behaviour in general, it isn’t all that bizarre. This is someone who thinks it is OK to lie and scare the pants off of people in order to get one’s point across, and that the Earth’s core is millions of degrees.
    In this instance, Al is either oblivious to his own behaviour, or thinks people are too dumb to work out that he has double standards; either way it is an insult to the rest of the world.

  12. First you have to wonder what global warming has to do with a computer security conference (RSA) in the first place

    Gore was instrumental in getting security guidelines passed that allow for such things as “lawful intercept” in data networks. He also spoke at VoiceCon 2008 and many other computer security gatherings. Network security, or better, legislating ways to ensure government has access to all forms of communications, has been a Gore specialty over the years. His working group anticipated, for example, the movement of voice communications to data networks and put legislation in place to ensure government had the authority to monitor such communications and the equipment vendors incorporated mechanisms to facilitate it in their gear.

  13. Double standards? Goes with forked tongued, two-faced, double-think (George Orwell must have been on Al’s reading list), etc.

  14. As to the separation – its gotta be fueled by the cost of living with a zealot. And those damned lighbulbs. Ha ha ha!

  15. Actually, the hardest problem with flying over the Deep Horizon oil spill area is the ADIZ. Aircraft flying over that area will cross the ADIZ.
    Our aircraft have been mapping that area daily, and air traffic control was a “challenge” until they got used to our requirements. They are used to airliners flying specified and straight courses as they cross the ADIZ.
    An air defense identification zone (ADIZ) is an area of airspace defined by a nation within which “the ready identification, the location, and the control of aircraft are required in the interest of national security”[1]. Typically, an aircraft entering an ADIZ is required to radio its planned course, destination, and any additional details about its trip through the ADIZ to a higher authority, typically an air traffic controller.

  16. All true progressive suffer from a common condition that so far has no known treatment. It’s called the Double Standard.

  17. Al Gore is as dumb as a rock regarding things scientific. Those who spoon-fed the ‘thoughts’ and images to him for “Inconvenient Truth” failed to impart any of the so-called science to him and he is petrified at the thought of being questioned. His manufactured image would be shattered. What must it be like to be constantly afraid of exposure?

  18. Amino Acids in Meteorites:
    That second guy in the first video could well be mistaken for Captain Barbossa:
    ‘The code is more what you’d call “guidelines” than actual rules’
    That the chair can use “discretion” over deadlines for written testimony makes a mockery of the whole process.

  19. No surprise. He jets around the world lecturing people on reducing their CO2 output.
    The only bizarre thing is that toooo many people still take this greasy used planet salesman seriously.
    Even Tipper apparently reached the tipping point.
    Here’s hoping that that bull gets appropriately gored in due time.

  20. Pamela Gray says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:50 pm
    I am beginning to think something is not quite right with Al.
    Welcome aboard Pamela. I’ve been thinking that for a while now. He does seem to have some sort of emotional disturbance, or neurosis. At times I think he’s mad.
    I heard Dennis Miller say he has Mariana Trench dad issues; that even though his dad is dead he is still trying to please a mental phantom of his dad.

  21. I have read that Mr Gore receives $300,000-500,ooo for his slide show presentation along with him as the speaker…is this true, and if so, is it still happening? If it is, I’m impressed.

  22. I’m confused by the communication to which Algore is referring. Restricted airspace is never controlled by any private entity; BP could not grant permission, as Algore, intimates they could, even if BP wanted to.
    Something is amiss with Algore’s original information, or he is as big an idiot as I fear he is.

  23. Pamela Gray says: “I am beginning to think something is not quite right with Al. Is it possible that he has some underlying mental health issue that might explain this? Could it be one of the reasons for the recent separation? I have a pretty good nose for this kind of stuff and when the hair on the back of my neck stands up, I have usually been right.”
    He seems to judge himself by his intentions, instead of by his actions. What other sort of people do you know that do this? That does not mean, of course, that just because he shows symptoms of a particular condition, he must, dipso facto, suffer from it.

  24. A wonderful way of exposing Al would be to feed him fantastically incorrect information like hmm…. ah…. um…. “‘the interior of the earth is extremely hot, several million degrees, and the crust of the earth is hot” and let him make an absolute fool of himself on national TV.
    Nuh silly idea – not even HIMSELF is that stupid.

  25. Pamela Grey, June 14, 6:50.
    Interesting observation, it is a fine line between blind determination of a leader and obstinacy at not viewing any alternate opinion. We have a leader in this country at the moment who is frightening in his determination that everything he touches turns to gold, but cannot see that he has become the most unpopular prime minister since Federation 110 years ago.
    Shakespeare says it better, in fewer lines…..

    I am in (Climate Change)
    Stepp’d in so far that, should I wade no more,
    Returning were as tedious as go o’er.
    Macbeth. ACT III Scene 4.

  26. Al Gore? Double standards?
    Hell no!
    He has no standards at all except “fleece the rubes” for all they are worth.

  27. Keith Minto says: ” Shakespeare says it better, in fewer lines…..
    I am in (Climate Change)
    Stepp’d in so far that, should I wade no more,
    Returning were as tedious as go o’er.
    Macbeth. ACT III Scene 4.”
    I have held that Al was going to a Shakespearian type end.
    this may be the start..

  28. Knowing what Gore has been up to (peddaling snake oil legislation) he’s probably worried about a repeat of 1859 wiping out Earth’s communications. So my guess is that he’s got a new stock trading scheme cooked up, selling tech security and backup insurance.

  29. Douglas Dc,
    I should finish the quote…

    Strange things I have in head, that will to hand;
    Which must be acted ere they may be scann’d.

    Shakespeare seemed to anticipate these times !

  30. Someone told me that not everyone at WUWT is a right wing crank. I’m still looking for the evidence.

  31. When Al Gore was Vice President, did the people (in this case a “BP contractor”) answering the phone set the policies?!
    From his own link:
    “The Federal Aviation Administration, responding to criticism following the incident with Southern Seaplane, has revised its flight restrictions over the gulf to allow for news media flights on a case-by-case basis.”
    His desire to pin a “BP contractor” with this is pathetic. It is bizzarothink! Or perhaps the former VP does not even realize he is criticizing Unified Command? HA!

  32. …the oil slicks blackening the water.

    nitpicking, I know but…well, he can’t even get the above right. The crude oil spilling into the gulf isn’t black, even processed unused oil isn’t black.

  33. First to Pamela,
    This is what happens when constant greed and power hunger overpower reason. His heart is so full of the sins of greed and powerlust that he has become deluded with his own words… remember the story about the Emperors new clothes? Gore aint just dancin naked with a moose on his head he’s wacked out on crank on top of it.
    Now as to this comment on his blog…
    First: it’s apparent why he has no comments allowed on his blog… 🙂
    Second: Everyone will be excited to know that I sent an email to his office in Nashville via the Climate Project website and I know any day now that Mr. Gore will be sending me a communique regarding this situation. I’ll be sitting next to my keyboard and screen 24/7 waiting to send you all the exciting news of his correspondence to this humble American citizen.

  34. But then what can one expect from the man who thinks himself so superior he can spit in the face of the Senate committee and ignore the rules of providing his testimony 48 hours in advance. He didn’t he gave it to the democrat office at 1am and they gave it to the republican office at 7 and the hearing was supposed to begin at 9. Once again the democratic chairman making special allowances for Gore because he didn’t want to sit around and listen to the Republican comments against Mr. Gore. Who he heck does this arrogant %%%###!@@@!!!$%$%%^^^^ think he is?

  35. Richard M says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:26 pm
    “It’s all about controlling the message.”
    No It’s all about controlling the audience.

  36. Pamela Gray says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:50 pm
    “I am beginning to think something is not quite right with Al. Is it possible that he has some underlying mental health issue that might explain this? Could it be one of the reasons for the recent separation?”
    Psychic Larry says that it’s all about money. The Gores’ strategic divorce will be a hedge against the probable collapse of Al’s carbon-trading empire in the near future. If a newly-divorced Tipper dumps her half, ‘on the advise of her financial manager’, it would not send as many ripples through the funny-money market as would an identical transaction on the part of the Gores, as a couple.

  37. Ted Wagner says:
    June 14, 2010 at 8:16 pm
    I’m confused by the communication to which Algore is referring. Restricted airspace is never controlled by any private entity; BP could not grant permission, as Algore, intimates they could, even if BP wanted to.
    Something is amiss with Algore’s original information, or he is as big an idiot as I fear he is.

    The FAA has posted a notice to airmen regarding flight restrictions in the area. The pilot should have known full well this was controlled airspace and made an effort to schedule and get clearance to fly ahead of time, not just popping up on the air net and asking for a fly by.
    I would like to hear the full back story on this attempt.
    When I worked in Emergency Management the “I’m the Press I want to fly over your emergency” attitude was always a problem. They never could understand that they were putting other peoples lives at risk by encroaching on formally closed airspace or even just using common sense in uncontrolled areas.
    A responsible news organization would have gotten clearance for the flight ahead of time. It is not as if this is “breaking news” where there was a legitimate question of urgency to get the news out. This has been going on for some time.
    There were a rare small number of news chopper pilots we could trust. They usually had prior military experience (ie Vietnam) and understood the concept of air control. They were a pleasure to work with and would even offer help to the emergency services agencies when they were in a position to contribute to the response.
    One of them dropped military food rations to my search team and the lost family we had just discovered. Another helped our search team confirm and locate a dead body on a 14,000 ft mountain top as I talked him into the area we had spotted what looked like a man down through a high power telescope. In other cases they have at our request taken specific video or a disaster scene or even on occasion given a third party a quick aerial view of the situation and contributed to the response and recovery operation rather than been a thorn in the side, seeking special access just because they work for some media outlet.
    Unfortunately those news organizations are a distinct minority in the industry.
    I suspect something has been left out of this tale!
    http://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_0_5100.html#areas

    No pilots may operate an aircraft in the areas covered by this NOTAM (except as described).
    Pursuant to 14 CFR section 91.137(a)(1) temporary flight restrictions are in effect for deepwater horizon/mississippi canyon (mc252) incident cleanup and reconstitution operations an area bounded by: 290500n/0904000w or the leeville /lev/ vortac 258 degree radial at 30.1 NM to 300000n/0890000w or the gulfport /gpt/ vortac 169 degree radial at 24.7 NM to 300000n/0870000w or the crestview /cew/ vortac 196 degree radial at 52.2 NM to 280000n/0870000w or the panama city /pfn/ vortac 208 degree radial at 149.6 NM to 280000n/0904000w or the leeville /lev/ vortac 201 degree radial at 76.3 NM to the point of beginning at and below 3000 feet AGL excluding the airspace outside of 12 nautical miles from the us coastline. This area is also depicted on U.S. Gulf coast VFR aeronautical chart id helgc as an area bounded from south pelto 2/sp02 then to south pass 6/sp06 then to chandler 39/ch39 then to pensacola 984/pe984 then to desoto canyon 635/dc635 to south timbalair 242/st242 and then back to original point. All aircraft operations are prohibited except those flights authorized by ATC, routine flights supporting offshore oil operations; federal, state, local and military flight operations supporting oil spill recovery and reconstitution efforts; and air medical and law enforcement operations.
    1. All pilots operating within and near this area including the shoreline should exercise extreme caution due to the numerous low level operations associated with the deepwater horizon/mc-252 incident 3000 feet and below.
    2. Aircraft involved in these operations may make sudden changes in direction, speed, and altitude. For additional information, participating aircraft altitude assignments and awareness, all pilots are recommended to review the following web site dedicated to the aviation cleanup efforts at: https://1afnorth.Region1.Ang.Af.Mil/deepwater_spill/default.Aspx
    3. The incident commander has directed that aircraft participating in the deepwater horizon/mc252 incident, operate at the altitudes assigned by mission type unless otherwise directed.
    4. Oil industry aircraft on routine support missions within the TFR area should not operate below 1500 feet weather permitting until within 2 nautical miles of their landing platform/site and remain on. Their assigned mode 3a code at all times. Flights within the temporary flight restriction area should be conducted under visual meteorological conditions (vmc). In the event instrument meteorological conditions (imc) conditions are encountered, pilot’s should attempt to maintain VFR to the maximum extent possible or contact ATC for further instructions or exit the TFR via the safest route.
    5. Participating aircraft in the recovery efforts are required to contact houma air operations at 985-493-7607 for assigned work area and mode 3a beacon code assignments. Aircraft shall squawk the assigned mode 3a beacon code at all times while inside the TFR.
    6. With the exception of aircraft conducting aerial chemical dispersing operations;no fixed wing aircraft are authorized below 1000 feet above the surface unless for landing and takeoff
    7. For additional information on air operations within the deepwater horizon TFR see website: https://1afnorth.Region1.Ang.Af.Mil/deepwater_spill/default.Aspx.
    8. Pilots are advised to check notams frequently for possible changes prior to operating in this area.
    9. Exceptions: operations not covered by the above authorizations may be permitted on a case-by-case basis dependent upon safety issues, operational requirements, weather conditions, and traffic volume. Flights authorized under this exception must be conducted under visual flight rules. Pilots requesting flights under this exception must contact the houma deepwater horizon incident air operations center at 985-493-7804 between the hours of 0600-1800 cst, a minimum of 24 hours prior to desired flight time. Operators should be prepared to provide precise details of their requested flight including: pilots name and contact information, company/organization, purpose of flight, type aircraft, callsign, ingress/egress points and times, requested altitude and route of flight. Pilots will then be provided with additional instructions for obtaining final approval and beacon code assignment.
    10. Any aircraft observing oil while operating in the gulf of mexico should report the location to the oil reporting hotline at 866-557-1401 upon landing. Report should include lat/longs of the oil and time observed.
    11. Pilots should be aware that flights approved under this exception are subject to last minute change or cancellation due to the dynamic nature of this event. Houma air operations center at 985-493-7607 is the coordination facility. For information about this NOTAM contact the system operations support center (SOSC) at 202-267-8276
    Other Information: Top
    ARTCC: ZHU – Houston Center
    Point of Contact: SOSC
    Telephone 202-267-8276
    Authority: Title 14 CFR section 91.137(a)(1)

    Larry

  38. It seems that Mr. Gore is applying a double standard.
    Uncle Al is the gold standard for double standard.
    “When the operators of Southern Seaplane in Belle Chasse, La., called the local Coast Guard-Federal Aviation Administration command center for permission to fly over restricted airspace in Gulf of Mexico, they made what they thought was a simple and routine request.”
    FAA consistently prohibits unauthorized access to the airspace over and around disaster relief areas. In this instance, entry into the no-fly area around the rig is limited to “routine flights supporting offshore oil operations; federal, state, local and military flight operations supporting oil spill recovery and reconstitution efforts; and air medical and law enforcement operations.” There’s a *reason* for doing that — aerial sightseers and media don’t play well with aircraft involved in relief operations. The last thing a helicopter pilot flying relief crews out to a barge or a rig needs to worry about is another helicopter maneuvering in his blind spot, then darting into his flight path so Sky Cam can get an exciting 10-second video clip for the six o’clock news…

  39. Forget the left-wing nut-job Al Gore; compared with the insane utterings of Obama he does not seem too bad.

  40. Pamela Grey Says “Is it possible that he has some underlying mental health issue that might explain this? Could it be one of the reasons for the recent separation?”
    Pamela, some call that separation a frontal lobotomy.

  41. In the 70’s I worked in the Libyan Oil Fields in the Sirte Basin. No aircraft, not even company owned aircraft were allowed to fly over or near any oil installation or rig.
    Have they no idea of just how dangerous it is? The Gas plant at Dahra in the 70’s used to spontaneously pop and bang regularly without any help from us, and most of the piping and vessels were pyrophoric.
    Occasionally, the Libyan Air Force would fly over very low (target practise?) and the company got really mad about it, but were powerless to act. Beleive me, you don’t want to fly over an oil slick to take pictures.

  42. ianam says:
    June 14, 2010 at 9:31 pm
    Someone told me that not everyone at WUWT is a right wing crank. I’m still looking for the evidence.
    —————–Reply
    Au contraire, dear ianam. Where is your evidence that ANYBODY at WUWT is a “right wing crank”. Is this your inane reaction because a proper description and analysis regarding this incident by various contributors makes Mr. Gore look like a complete and total fool and idiot?
    Welcome to the real world. By the way, “inane” means “lacking sense or signficance” in case you’re stumped.

  43. I note from the picture above that Gore doesn’t manage a paperless office. Tut tut. Not very Green, Al, is it?

  44. I noticed many comments calling Al Gore a left wing-nut job, as an engineer I can assure you that wingnut is one word. It is a particular type of nut that can be easily manipulated by those with an opposing thumb. These are usually people who can change a light globe without instructions. Look for some one close to Al with a monetary interest with these qualifications. Thus you will see his mentor.

  45. Look up Narcissistic Personality Disorder. For example: http://www.medicinenet.com/narcissistic_personality_disorder/article.htm
    1) Are self-centered and boastful
    2) Seek constant attention and admiration
    3) Consider themselves better than others
    4) Exaggerate their talents and achievements
    5) Believe that they are entitled to special treatment
    6) Are easily hurt but may not show it
    7) Set unrealistic goals
    8) May take advantage of others to achieve their goals
    Other common traits of narcissistic personality disorder include the following:
    10) Preoccupation with fantasies that focus on unlimited success, power, intelligence, beauty, or love
    11) Belief that he or she is “special” and unique, and can only be understood by other special people
    12) Expectation that others will automatically go along with what he or she wants
    13) Inability to recognize or identify with the feelings, needs, and viewpoints of others
    14) Envy of others or a belief that others are envious of him or her
    15) Hypersensitivity to insults (real or imagined), criticism, or defeat, possibly reacting with rage, shame and humiliation
    16) Arrogant behavior and/or attitude

  46. We should and must love HIM and admire HIM, because HE IS A JOKE, and as long as he appears defending Global Warming/Climate Change, everybody will consider, what really it is, a silly theory, really a JOKE as he is.
    Three hurrays for our AL BABY!!!

  47. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:
    June 14, 2010 at 6:42 pm
    In that video he adheres to the Pholpotian (Khmer Rouge) theory that we adults are already corrupted and alienated by capitalism so every human being above 14 years of age should be eliminated (with the obvious exception of party members, of course- and Pol Pot actually killed millions of people in Cambodia).
    Though crazy, this is funny too, because that is like he would saying: I AM STILL A KID, A BIG BELLY NOT GROWN OLD BABY!….”Mommy, those bad sceptic guys are telling me things!!!”
    He is really a psychiatric case.

  48. Algore is afraid of ambush journalism. Someone can slip him a simple question and it would trip him.
    Why did he show a hurricane with reverse rotation?
    What is the impact of millions of degrees in temps 2 kilometers below the surface on this oil spill?

  49. Whatever afflicts Al Glorey is not restricted by geography or nationality; most ruling English-speaking politicians around the world seem to have serious afflictions too. The UK Climate Minister wants more windmills and heftier emission cuts from the EU, the NZ Prime Minister has his pet ETS now in force, The Oz PM has had to defer his but really, really wants one, and so on…
    extremely depressing!

  50. Alexander K says:
    June 15, 2010 at 7:10 am
    You are right, that’s where you will find, also, bankrupted economies: The greener the poorer.
    We, third worlders, are watching the once known as “developed world” inevitably falling in the Green Armageddon. (Mayans knew it: Your end is near).

  51. ianam says:
    June 14, 2010 at 9:31 pm
    Someone told me that not everyone at WUWT is a right wing crank. I’m still looking for the evidence.

    I’m not. I think everyone is a nut job.

  52. wayne Job says:
    June 15, 2010 at 5:28 am
    I noticed many comments calling Al Gore a left wing-nut job, as an engineer I can assure you that wingnut is one word.
    … Look for some one

    close to Al …
    That should be “someone”, one word, as you say.

  53. Actually its $125,000 for the slide show and as of 3 years ago, with no Q&A that Al Gore and his people have not had the chance to weed. As far as I know that policy was birthed in Regina Saskatchewan 3 years ago when he was to be taking questions from “farm kids” and after having seen the questions left the building before his projector bulb had the chance to cool.
    My daughter Amy knew one of the kids chosen by his school to put a question to Al Gore and they were NOT notified about the change in format right up until he left the building.

  54. Here’s what I posted on another Blog, earlier. Btw, Hotrod is 100% accurate…:
    “Prohibited Airspace is not unusual. Happens all the time around project fires.
    Every now and then it becomes a “media event” and news choppers MAY
    be allowed. But not without special and I mean special- permission.
    Too much stuff to get in the road of.
    The last thing they need s some klown trying to get a scoop and the front page of National Geographic..
    Back in my Airtanker days, I wanted a Martin upper turret more than once, when there was a News chopper getting in the road at the last second. Imagine coming out of the smoke with a Hughes 500 on your wingtip….” I also this bit:
    That 500 driver was on us before we even saw him and he stayed with us through the drop. didn’t get much as most of it was obscured by smoke from the Forest fire.
    Shall we say we had a little talk with him at Prescott Airport….

  55. The former biggest mystery in life (How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?) has been knocked off the top of the charts. It has been replaced by: Who’s dumber: Al Gore or Barbara Boxer?
    Inquiring minds want to know.

  56. ” ianam says:
    June 14, 2010 at 9:31 pm
    Someone told me that not everyone at WUWT is a right wing crank. I’m still looking for the evidence.”
    Maybe that should tell you something about *your* position.

  57. Maybe that should tell you something about *your* position.

    She’s probably already said as much as she is capable of.
    Where are the moderators? I get chased for less.

  58. hotrod ( Larry L ) says:
    June 14, 2010 at 11:58 pm
    Good job Larry. NOTAMs, Warning Areas, etc aww to back flying in the Navy.

  59. Dont worry. Bio-Diversity is soon taking over, and this CO2 nonsense will be forgotten.
    They have sucked a lot of money out of this scare. Time for the next one.
    The Norwegian Mr.Solheim, minister of “Department of Silly Talks” is at it already.
    (They guy with the smile unsuccessfully imitating mr Aerosmith)
    Probably to be rewarded by some “big job” in the UN when enough Billions is given away.
    Will he be the next Gore? Lets vote on who will be Gore 2.0!

  60. Pamela said;
    “As to the separation – its gotta be fueled by the cost of living with a zealot.”
    Nope! It’s fueled by the fact that Tipper caught manbearpig screwin’ around! Apparently with the ex-wife of the Seinfeld show’s producer.

  61. Are Al-Gore’s solar supercomputers or what? Have they been included in his carbon trade? And my mama used to tell me I was an Internet-addict.

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