From the Cheap Seats: Dung Beetles and Climate Change

September 9, 2013
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Like the global warming movement, Dung Beetles run on BS

Like the global warming movement, Dung Beetles run on BS

Looks as though the greatest friend of Gaia isn’t Al “Daddy Petrobucks” Gore, the Green Industry shills of the Climate Reality Project (CRaP) and its leader, Mrs. Sen. Mark Udall, aka Maggie “$250 large” Fox, President Barack Obama or even Michael “Schlocky Stick” Mann.

No, it’s even weirder than that.

National Geographic tells us that the earth’s environment could well be saved by, wait for it, something every bit as savory than the aforementioned foul foursome.

The dung beetle is the savior, according to National Geographic.

Seems the dung beetle, with its taste for prairie muffins, road apples and Oliver Stone scripts, promises to relieve the atmosphere of its methane burden by devouring those dainty dumplings before they break down and spew methane into the air.

Gee, Cheap Seats was under the impression that feeding money to the likes of CRaP was the answer to global warming.

Now it seems that CRaP had best watch out lest the lowly dung beetle mess up the gig.

The good news for Gore, Fox, Obama and Mann is that the dung beetle doesn’t demand money. It can do perfectly well on BS and they have pretty much cornered the market on that commodity.

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One Response to From the Cheap Seats: Dung Beetles and Climate Change

  1. Bob Terry
    September 9, 2013 at 11:13 am

    Well the Dung Beetle should be the official symbol of the Democratic party… They sprew enough and ask us to swallow in kind Maggie Fox and Mark Udahl should be so proud.

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