Friday Funny: Surreal Climate #4

Josh of www.cartoonsbyjosh.com writes:

To celebrate the new videos by Christopher Monckton (H/t WUWT)

here is another Surreal Climate offering. We know it wont happen, but it would be nice if it did.

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15 thoughts on “Friday Funny: Surreal Climate #4

  1. Would be really hilarious if, instead of saying, “Yeah, whatever,” Al would respond with, “Yeah, I love those Old Spice commercials too!” But that might only work on this side of the pond; don’t know if they’ve gone viral over in the UK.

  2. Josh,
    That is priceless.
    Although it IS truly priceless, I WOULD purchase a book of your work anyway.
    Please publish.
    John

  3. When I was growing up Old Spice was referred to as Old Sheiss or “Instant Shower”.
    I did meet a young lady once who swooned over Old Spice. Only got a kiss out of it though.

  4. Clown colleges conferring degrees in Climate Hysteria do in fact graduate clowns. By now, it’s getting truly difficult to fit ’em all in their shrinking Warmist vehicle.

  5. Only two words can do justice to your description of Al’s opposite number as “an eloquent British Lord:
    Haw Haw

  6. I still say if the UK doesn’t treasure it’s national treasures, please send him over here.
    We need a leader with their wits about them, instead of 6″ below the level of the local sandbox.

  7. @Russell Seitz
    Your rather unpleasant Godwin’s Law ad hominem has not gone unnoticed.
    For those who don’t know, Lord Haw-Haw was the nickname given to William Joyce, the traitor who fled Britain in 1939 to broadcast propaganda on the radio from Nazi Germany in English during WWII.

  8. @Russell Seitz says: August 13, 2010 at 2:31 pm
    It is a fact that Monckton is eloquent.
    It is a fact that he is British.
    It is a fact that he is a Lord.
    So your point is??

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