Sep 18, 2013
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frame #2: the poor bees are dying off, too. They may cark it before we do.
Preserved as history is the fact that Toady abolished the role of Minister for Climate Change, the Clean Energy Finance Corp, Climate Change Authority and the Climate Change Commission.
It should make fascinating reading for future generations of Abbotts.
Climate change is crap, says the man who thinks there’s a big bloke living in the sky
Well said FD.
Today was not a nice day for realists.
Schadenfreude tastes like crap.
It’s all Right, we voted for Tony Abbott – God won’t touch us now.
Make sure your apocalypse bunker has air-conditioning. And always wear shades.
And who needs science when we’ve got Murdoch and his experts?
……. Who’s next for a lobotomy?
Explaining sex to your kiddies will be remembered as being a lot easier than explaining scorched earth, the 2013 election result and why men grow facial hair that makes them look like a dog walking away from you with its tail in the air to the grand-kiddies.
Old money should pay for old sins and new money should prevent old sins being repeated. If big everything doesn’t like it they can pi$$ off too.
No effective action will be taken on reducing Carbon emissions until the effects go Global Warming become unmistakeable and begin to affect the bottom lines of large corporations, at which time the big end of town will demand that the government fix the problem or compensate them for its effects. And that someone besides themselves pays for doing so.
Don’t worry, we’ll pay for their intransigence.
Well, you said it, Dog…so far I’ve managed to put together a raincoat and quite an attractive umbrella…if any doggonaut can lend me a solar-powered radio, I think I’ll be OK…for a little while, at least…well, here’s hoping!