You live in the mountains, and a mountain lion scares you?

Where do these people in Big Bend come from? Getting all a twitter because there’s a mountain lion in the area! For Fuck’s Sake People, We Live In The Wilderness! As much as you would like to make it a little safe city like place, wildlife happens. These people claim to love the land, hug trees, hate loggers, compost their own shit, hate modern conveniences, hate law enforcement, want to live like the caveman did. But they need to be warned by their computer, i-phone, i-pad or whatever the newest communication device is about a wildlife threat. And you should see the whining and wailing online if the internet gets a bit slow. Some even warned to beware of a llama running loose, that walked calmly through my yard today. I am so looking forward to getting out of here, it’s not the same place we moved to 22 years ago.

Are The Good Times Over?

Wow, 22 degrees this morning 74 this afternoon. Looks like this pattern will stick around for awhile with no precip in sight. We’ve been in a historical wet period for the last 500 years and it looks like the good times may be over. We are so screwed.

 

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This is why we don’t believe the “Climate Change” scientists

 

H/T Chicks on the Right

Global Warming Causes Havoc in Northeast…

Oh wait, it seems it’s not global warming but a record breaking snow storm.

A historic October snowstorm is still crushing New England with heavy snow and howling winds before cruising away into Atlantic Canada.

Snow amounts have already topped two feet across portions of New England, while record-shattering snow hammered the major Northeast cities from Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia to New York City and Hartford, Ct.

An additional 3-6 inches of snow will thump across portions of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada, as the potent nor’easter races along. Heavy snow rates of 1-2 inches an hour will be found in this zone with thunder snow a possibility. Bangor, Maine, is included in this zone.

***Power was knocked out for more than 2.3 million customers from Maryland to Maine, according to the Associated Press.***

***States of emergency have been declared in New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and parts of New York state.***

***At least three lives have been claimed by the historic snowstorm. One of the deaths was an 84-year-old man. He died when a tree crashed into his home, while he was sleeping in his recliner. Springfield, Mass., Police report that a 20-year-old man was electrocuted to death by downed live wires that succumbed to the weight of heavy, wet snow.***

More from AccuWeather

Also see: Snow Smacks Northeast, Power Could Be Out For Days

I knew I shouldn’t have bought that new mower…

Put a new window a/c in the bedroom too. Very wet tree breaking snow fell on Sunday. I just knew it would happen this way. Smiley

UK Airspace Still a No Go From Volcano Fallout

Ahhh, Mother Nature, she’s a powerful lady.


Hey Algore, were you contacted by Mother Nature about Carbon Credits before she set this off? 😆

LONDON – A lingering volcanic ash plume forced extended no-fly restrictions over much of Europe on Saturday, as Icelandic scientists warned that volcanic activity had increased and showed no sign of abating — a portent of more travel chaos to come.

Scientists say that because the volcano is situated below a glacial ice cap, the magma is being cooled quickly, causing explosions and plumes of grit that can be catastrophic to plane engines if prevailing winds are right.

“The activity has been quite vigorous overnight, causing the eruption column to grow,” Icelandic geologist Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson told The Associated Press on Saturday. “It’s the magma mixing with the water that creates the explosivity. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight.”

An expansive cloud of grit hovered over parts of western Europe on Saturday, triggering extended flight bans that stranded people around the globe. Continued volcanic activity could produce more plumes if the weather patterns stay the same.

The Icelandic Meteorological Office said the amount of ash in the plume grew Saturday and that the vast ash cloud is continuing to travel south and southeast. Scientists had planned to fly over the volcano to see how much ice has melted to determine how much longer the eruption could spew ash, but the Icelandic Coast Guard said Saturday’s flight had been postponed.

Aviation experts say the volcanic plume has caused the worst travel disruption Europe — and the world — has ever seen.

“I’ve been flying for 40 years but I’ve never seen anything like this in Europe,” said Swedish pilot Axel Alegren, after landing his flight from Kabul, Afghanistan, at Munich Airport; he had been due to land at Frankfurt but was diverted.

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“The Won” Proves My Point

I’ve been saying it all along, you can’t control mother nature. Now learn from your new found intelligence Precedent Obama, and stop this “Man-Made Climate Change” crap.

H/T Gateway Pundit

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