LongJim

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  1. I will regard them as invaders and treat them accordingly. Build the wall.
  2. Would be interested.
  3. Best opponent UNT has faced in a bowl that I can ever remember.
  4. Heck of a turnaround from the Titans game. I was almost out on their chances after that debacle. Great defensive effort last night for sure.
  5. You're not a moron, and those are perfectly logical and reasonable observations to make.
  6. To an increase in CO2? Sure. I think it's a good idea to try to minimize man-caused CO2 emissions as much as we can. Having said that, I think it's likely that any "climate change" is primarily due to normal fluctuations in climate caused by solar effects on our oceans and atmosphere. That doesn't mean that man doesn't have some culpability, or that good stewardship of the earth and its resources are not good or desirable things. There are just many more factors involved in any changes to our climate than proponents of AGW would have us believe, and I think most of those changes are naturally-occurring.
  7. Man has influenced climate since man appeared on earth. The amount of effect he has on that climate is up for debate, and debate is not denial. Nor is it irrational.
  8. Well I suppose if you straight believe that this whole group-think money grab is on the up-and-up, then yeah, I guess it's ironic. I personally don't believe it is, so no--I don't find any irony in the situation at all.
  9. Hope so. I think the situation bears watching for sure.
  10. CO2 emissions from the US power sector have declined almost 30% since 2005. The US is doing it's part. And again, there is an entire worldwide industry being built on "climate change". Much of it driven by policy legislation. Much of the growth due to the need for "consultants". Imagine that. https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2015/07/30/377086.htm