Wondering About Climate Change And High Ice Speeds

         Do not think about, write about or deal with  human behavior without determining the effects of incentives.

    “Climate Change” hysterics are on about the drought in California. There are lots of sources, but you would think someone would have read John Steinbeck’s “East of Eden” wherein he, a literary figure, outlined that California droughts have followed a natural cycle for many years. Still, SUVs and carbon dioxide had to be involved in the 1700s. Otherwise, who could you blame?

    Speaking of Climate Change, I’ve just come back from setting a heater to warm up the transmission on my snow blower so I’ll be ready to remove all the Global Warming that’s fallen in the last 24 hr, but at least I pay higher taxes for Green Energy. It’s a comfort in the cold. As soon as I find a Green Job which doesn’t depend on a government subsidy, my ennui will dissipate. Repeat after me, the Elite always know best–it’s a Law of Nature. When they talk about “Income Inequality”, pay attention, they’ll want more money which they will spend wisely on redressing this issue of “social justice.”

   Please don’t forget, Climate Change is real, POTUS said so.

    As the Olympics come around again, people are still wondering why a Georgian luge athlete died while practicing for the Olympics. I’m no expert, but sliding on ice at 86 mph would have had something to do with it.

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Cheerio and ttfn,
Grant Coulson
Cui Bono–Cherchez les Contingencies


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