Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Global Warming Retardant


February 9, 2010

Posted Matt Dempsey


UPDATE: The following Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works hearings have been postponed due to inclement weather this week:

- The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Subcommittee on Water and Wildlife, will hold a hearing entitled, "Collaborative Solutions to Wildlife and Habitat Management."

- The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works will hold a hearing entitled, "Global Warming Impacts, Including Public Health, in the United States."

Once the hearings are rescheduled, information will be posted at

Hi Guys!

For some unknown reason, Blogger wishes to underline my contribution today. I believe itis due to the fact that the tectonic plate movements beneath Haiti have just been renamed after a previous President by the National Geologic Survey. Henceforth, the Haiti disaster will have been due to "The Bush Fault."

Here in the Nation's Capital, we are once again getting hammered by Global Warming Retardant.

The US Government has been closed for the third day in a row. Has anyone noticed?

I believe it was Mark Twain who once wrote:

"No man's life, liberty or property are safe

while the legislature is in session."

Given the truth of that statement, we here in snowy Virginny, under attack from the second round of Snowpocalypse 2010, stand ready to keep taking the beating if we can keep Pelosi and Reid from the next round of "drunken sailor spending."

By the way, that expression does a disservice to drunken sailors — when they run out of money, they stop spending.

Besides, I have a SNOW QUEEN to keep me warm!

We should be finished digging out by some time close to May Day. Appropriate, huh?



Apis Melliflora said...

Snowpocalypse is an exclamation point at the end of an anti-global warming sentence. Maybe it's only warming in the warm parts of the world.

Your Snow Queen is dreamy.

The Dragonfly said...

I can't decide what has caused all this snow to fall upon us. But there might be a direct correlation to the timing of our neighbors getting a dog. Seriously, they got a dog and BOOM! snow! I feel bad for them every time they have to take it for a walk.

Hey, your snow queen is no dog! She's a real beauty.

Tobi said...

Beautiful Snow Queen! Glad that all this global warming hoop-la hasn't affected your part of the world.

Suzanne C said...

Love your comments, love the picture of your beautiful Queen. Glad to know you survived all that weather...makes me glad to be in AZ!

Granny Lin said...

It is pretty chilly all over the world. I love the fact that at one point it was snowing in EVERY state but Hawaii!

I love the picture of Victoria - she truly looks like a snow queen and oh, so happy.

Love you both