OMG! Just last year we had proof of global warming because there was no snow on Christmas!

Gore Mansion in Tennessee, Christmas Storm of '12

Gore Mansion in Tennessee, Christmas Storm of 2012

Now we have further evidence, because any weather will do the trick, thank God and Al Gore. Massive Christmas blizzard to bury half the nation. Not our stretch of Connecticut, alas, but I’m rubbing my lucky polar bear, just in case.

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8 responses to “OMG! Just last year we had proof of global warming because there was no snow on Christmas!

  1. While I don’t wish travel impediments or increased personal safety risk on anyone, a little snow on Christmas morning is always a gift. Chris, thank you so much for continued effort, entertainment, frustration, information and opinions – makes this site a regular “must visit”. Happy holidays to all.

  2. Walt’s gonna want to know exactly where you rub your polar bear.

  3. Unless ‘polar bear’ is just your new euphemism for, well, you know.

  4. “oddball, fun micro community” THANK YOU what a great Christmas Present ! FinallyI feel defined…..Hope Rudolph and his buddies feel they fit in too.
    One small tweak though….oddball, fun micro community in pursuit of truth….
    Merry Christmas

  5. Walt

    Dude –
    Merry Christmas to you an the reader. I think we need to try this on the Avenue:

    Your Pal,
    Walt

  6. The Governor

    Well Fountain, it’s time to sign off for Christmas.

    Thanks for providing the little people of Greenwich (and the wannabe’s living outside looking in) – with small minds, wallets and culture – an opportunity to voice their limited opinions and a better opportunity to be educated by those with informed views. The Jury is still out as to which camp you fall into, but you make the deliberation process most entertaining.

    Merry Christmas All.

    • Thank you too, Gov – come back after the holiday and keep trying to convert me, as I will you. Be blessed, hug your children and may you be as grateful as I am for this life we’ve been given.