Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Fun With Photoshop


Blogger Progressive Pete said...

it's good to see you're still going at it, still pasting neat little things together on computer programs, still appropriating the 'right' spin to issues.

check out my response to your post- "Al Gore Is Pathetic"- brother

11:42 PM  
Blogger the boodge said...

Dman, Pete, you got me didn't you! You are just as PATHETIC as Al Gore!

Are you still busy burning American Flags there in Montana? Which piece of shit do you favor for President: Hillary the Communist or Obama the terrorist?

Also, try getting your FACTS from REAL scientist on global warming, not Al Gore!

Have a nice day Pete!

9:59 AM  
Blogger Weasel Zipper said...

Dear Pete,

Suck a dick!

11:11 AM  
Blogger Progressive Pete said...

Ok. The last scientist i talked to personally was a man named Steve Running, a leading contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The last lecture i saw was done by a NASA scientist named James Hansen. If you're talking about humans having no effect on our environment and the changes that we're seeing, then sure, i see where you're coming from- it's difficult to prove certain correlations. But to me what you're arguing against is like debating whether cigarettes cause cancer...

And if you're saying that we as a society have no effect on our environment and you look at the levels of carbon in the air at natural levels (Pre-Industrial) and the levels of carbon we're seeing in our atmosphere right now, it becomes difficult to debate what kinds of effects we're having.

Scientists i've heard estimate levels of carbon dioxide in 1850 as benchmarks for "pre-industrial" concentrations. In 1850 they approximate 270 parts per million (ppm). Carbon concentrations are currently 370 ppm and they're bound to increase dramatically - what with the number of coal plants China is producing each year and the contemporary American lifestyle..

We need to change for the "common good" of our society, for your children and mine- not so that people like Gore become immortalized with Nobel Peace Prizes- but so that we can preserve what Earth we still have after industrialization. That's where i'm at.


5:15 PM  

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