In response to Global warming and the polar vortex:
What the warmists don’t seem to understand is that when skeptics make jokes about the cold weather and global warming – we are mocking them. We are mocking their habit of blaming every weather event on anthropogenic climate change – which they don’t appreciate in the least because they’re the smart ones and we’re the dolts who should be ridiculed for dismissing their junk science.
So – oh my goodness – this “humorist” felt the need to make fun of skeptics for mocking the warmists in a column at the New Yorker. Hilarity did not ensue.
Here’s a taste:
MINNEAPOLIS (The Borowitz Report)–The so-called polar vortex caused hundreds of injuries across the Midwest today, as people who said “so much for global warming” and similar comments were punched in the face.
Authorities in several states said that residents who had made ignorant comments erroneously citing the brutally cold temperatures as proof that climate change did not exist were reporting a sharp increase in injuries to the face and head regions.
In case you’re wondering what that looks like from the skeptic’s point of view:
Dallas — A so-called heat wave caused hundreds of injuries across the Midwest last August, as people who said “it’s global warming!” and similar comments were punched in the face.
Authorities in several states said that residents who had made ignorant comments erroneously citing the brutally hot temperatures as proof of anthropogenic climate change, were reporting a sharp increase in injuries to the face and head regions.
It’s still not very funny, is it? There’s even more lack of humor at the link.