Climate Change Hoax

There was more proof of the climate change hoax the last couple of weeks:

First off was the massive flooding — now deemed of historic proportions — of Florida’s Panhandle region. It was determined that some areas in the Panhandle took on as much as 20 inches of rain in a 24-hour period.

In case you’re wondering, that’s more rainfall than produced by most hurricanes.

Further proof of the global climate change hoax was the massive cyclone that recently decimated parts of northern Australia.

Yet more climate change hoax data:

Sacramento, California’s, delta is in fabulous shape;

China weighs in: 我們地面水是可被判罰款!;

Texas is too fabulous, y’all. 1

Chesapeake Bay is also fabulous.

Closer to home, Kansas is…well, not fabulous – retarded id probably closer to the truth. But, hey! No water problems here!

And if all the above was not enough proof of the climate change hoax, conside this: not only does the World Bank thinks everything is peachy, too, nobody is even considering that we might run out of water.

That’s right: we’re all good.

No climate change here.

Rêves doux

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  1. VICE did an interesting segment last night on Texas’ ongoing drought, focusing on both the state politician’s enabling the condition as well as thecommon Texan’s approach to improving the situation: praying.

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