Monday, June 16, 2008


Is Canada's "New government ™" out of its frickin' mind? I am no greenie, nor am I an EnvironMENTAList but I certainly do enjoy our great outdoors. Who in their right minds would even consider this never mind think it is an acceptable solution to dispose of tailing wastes from mines. Give your heads a shake people.

Lakes across Canada to be turned into mine dump sites

CBC News has learned that 16 Canadian lakes are slated to be officially but quietly "reclassified" as toxic dump sites for mines. The lakes include prime wilderness fishing lakes from B.C. to Newfoundland.

Environmentalists say the process amounts to a "hidden subsidy" to mining companies, allowing them to get around laws against the destruction of fish habitat.

Under the Fisheries Act, it's illegal to put harmful substances into fish-bearing waters. But, under a little-known subsection known as Schedule Two of the mining effluent regulations, federal bureaucrats can redefine lakes as "tailings impoundment areas." [...]

Call me disgusted to say the least.


Obama Gored

If you only need one reason not to vote for Obama my American friends, this is it.

Gore endorses Obama

Need I say more...


Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Bom Boom Boom

Out go the lights... and everything else that depends on electricity.

Whichever way it is looked at, Britain is threatened by what, thanks to years of dereliction and misjudgment, has become arguably our most serious potential crisis of modern times.

Politically, the blame for this astounding mess lies in all directions - with the Tories, with Labour, with Brussels, with those smugly shortsighted 'environmentalists'.

But all that matters now is that we put the need to avert this disaster right at the top of our national political agenda.

We need to get on with solving as terrifying a problem as our politicians have ever faced.

Welcome to the dark ages...


Global Warming my ass

Not physically speaking of course, as it is a tad cool for this time of year and my ass has been cold for the most part.

The lack of global warming in BC is helping to fight the war on drugs. Does Canada have a war on drugs? Anywho...

Wet weather across British Columbia is threatening profit margins for producers of one of the province's largest — although illegal — cash crops — outdoor marijuana.

B.C. has endured weeks of unseasonable drizzle and grey skies this spring with temperatures touching record lows in the months of May and June, and growers are worried about mildew killing the seedlings.

Gotta love it. First it is yet another nail in the Church of Climatologies coffin and as a side bonus we might have less drugs on the streets. Its a twofor...

Meanwhile.... a little further south they are no better off. Maybe a bit worse off...
Winter-like weather returned to the Northwest as snow fell across the state Tuesday including on Mount Hood where drivers were dealing with unusual weather for this time of year.

And while it didn't cause major problems, most people were asking, "What happened to spring?"

The snowfall at Timberline Tuesday was amazing, blowing snow and ice most of the day. There was packed snow and ice on the roadway that turned to slush in some spots and the trees were coated thickly.

Even though the Fourth of July is less than a month away to many it seemed more like February.

Yup, our planet is certainly warming... LMAO


Make your money go further

Don't buy Made in the USA, buy in the USA!


We have nothing to appologize for

I hate to burst your bubble on this "historic day" Prime Minister Harper. However, you did not apologize for "all Canadians" today. A whole lot of us have nothing to apologize for. Our ancestors had nothing to do with any of this and neither did we, yet we shall pay with our tax dollars in yet another feel good deed by our government.

Love from your never ending cash supply.


Wednesday, June 04, 2008

In a shocking turn of events

Last month, polar bears were listed as threatened under the US Endangered Species Act because their sea ice habitat is melting away... (That melting part is still up for debate. Just like the whole Global Warming, we are all going to die thing.)

The first polar bear to been seen in Iceland in 20 years was SHOT DEAD!

Go figure...


Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Bored Tubby Mild

For those who use to rock! I salute you...