From the Cheap Seats: Global Warming Protest Hit by Snowstorm, Again

November 25, 2013
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The Calgary event was just the latest in a series of events in which cold broke out just was the bemoaning of warming was about to begin

The Calgary event was just the latest in a series of events in which cold broke out just was the bemoaning of warming was about to begin

North of the border, the renowned Gore Effect has once again manifested itself.

Some 300 people who were expected to show up at a planned protest of pipelines, tar sands and “runaway climate change.” Only 50 hardy, if misguided, souls, however showed up for the big event in Calgary, Alberta.

Why, you ask?  How?

A snowstorm. In Canada. In November. 

Oh the humanity.

The Gore Effect, which has been replicated on more occasions than global warming models, refers to the propensity of cold weather breaking out whenever Al Gore or some of his minions decide to conduct a rally to whine about “global warming.”

The Calgary event was just the latest in a series of events in which cold broke out just was the bemoaning of warming was about to begin.

In science, they call these things patterns, not accidents.

Cheap Seats has to wonder why Gore and his buddies at places like the Climate Reality Project (CRaP) headed by Mrs. Sen. Mark Udall, don’t have these meetings in the Sahara in July.

That way, at least the desert would get a pleasant bout of cool weather, maybe even a little rain.

Then Gore could honestly claim to have done a little good in the world.

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