bring it on!

actually the weather is a bit unusual where i live,but i`m not really sure why.  i think it`s just the nature of things and as yet i`m not convinced there are big “global warming issues” going on at this time.  but i could be very wrong about that.

 

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    Budlight

    August 16, 2013 at 8:16 am

    Unseasonably cold temps here in KC coming off one of the worse winters we’ve ever had…..it snowed on May 2nd which is unheard of in the last 100 years! I’ve not bought into global warming…..I do buy the fact we have “weather patterns”

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    Myles Goodwyn

    August 16, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    yea, we get these record highs and lows that “have not been seen in 60 years or so!” i`m fairly certain those extreme high or low temperatures were not blamed on global warming at the time. Anyhoo many of us in Canada would welcome a more agreeable, warmer climate. i could sell my igloo! smile…

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    Budlight

    August 16, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    I’m not sure there are enough Budlights in Canada to get me through one of their winters!!!!

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    Dave M in Tucson AZ

    August 16, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Last month we had a series of days where it was record highs….too hot for even me (and I’ve been here for nearly 15 years and I’m rather heat-tolerant). That said, in the early to mid 70s the scientists were all saying we were headed for another Ice Age. I agree with Budlight, there are weather patterns, and Mother Nature is a cyclical kind of girl. I’ve never bought into the “global warming” thing though I do think if politicians would shut their mouths it would help save the planet.

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    Myles Goodwyn

    August 16, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    amen.

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    Budlight

    August 27, 2013 at 9:21 am

    FYI……Record high temps here in KC this week…..just had the hottest day of the summer on sunday….In this part of the country there are many days where we run the heat in the morning and our AC in the afternoon….in our cars and houses!! Still I don’t buy the global warming myth.

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    Jill Maciel

    September 14, 2013 at 9:55 am

    We have had one of the most beautiful summers in Washington state since I’ve been here (13yrs). This week it’s been in the 90s. Like Myles said, I think it’s just the nature of things and anything can happen. We almost had a tornado here up North. Big funnel cloud formed and just when they were going to run the sirens it sucked back up into the sky.

 

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