I believe in HOT Days
I believe in COLD Days
I believe In In-Between-Days
I Believe in TEXAS DAYS
“If Y’all don’t like the Weather in Texas,
Just wait five minutes; it’ll change.“
These Phenomenon are called…
Wait for it…
Which Southern California Don’t Have.
Why Not? You May Ask.
‘Cuz So Cal Don’t Deserve Them.
God Was Merciful Enough To
Even Allow Them The One They Do Have
Albert Hammond – It Never Rains In Southern California.
I know–I served there, Five Years,
San Dog, while in the U.S. Navy.
Never Once did it Rain–
OK, Maybe Once it Might Have–I probably slept through it.
Lots of Earth Quakes Though–
Did NOT Sleep Through Those–
Once one even threw me outta my top rack. I Hit The Deck. Hard. That was a rather rude awakening… at Zero-Four
Busted my nose on the deck.
There will be blood, at BUD/s, but I assumed it would always come only from the SEAL Instructors.
I was mistaken.
Very Exciting/Exhilarating Though!
The Earthquakes Always seemed to hit at Zero-Four Hundred Hours
While I was at BUD/s.
Instructors would always come barging in:
“Surf’s UP Tadpoles! Hit The Beach! You May survive the quake, but you will NOT Survive Us! Let alone this training!”
Carole King – I Feel the Earth Move
(BBC In Concert, February 10, 1971)
Earthquake News Blooper Compilation 2014!
Vid Cred: Benjamin S Maxwell
NO Seasons, Rhyme Nor Reasons
I Survived Cali
The Last Time the Globe Warmed
Cred: PBS Eons
OH HELL NO!
(UH… I mean ‘LEFT’)
You GO ‘Mother-Texan-Nature!’
Twas a ‘Light’ning Strike
Just Look At All That Smoke Pollution
Pumping Into The Clean Texas’ Prairie Air!
Who Coulda Knew
That A “Green-New-Deal” Windmill Would Have A ‘Carbon Footprint’ Fifty Times Larger
1999 Gas Guzzlin’ Ford Explorer?
Cred: KHOU 11
“This is SERIOUS!”
Uh… NO. It’s Not
M. Moore Bonus Round:
Planet of the Humans
Worth A Watch
Blows A Massive Hole In the ‘Green / Renewable Energy’ Myth
“It’s Not Easy Being Green”
“Michael Moore was executive producer of the documentary, Planet of the Humans, which was directed by Jeff Gibbs and released on July 31, 2019.
The film makes the argument that since the first Earth Day, the condition of the planet has worsened, and questions whether mainstream approaches adopted by industry to mitigate climate change entail environmental impacts whose costs are comparable to or even possibly outweigh the benefits.
The film received criticism from a number of climate change experts and activists who disputed its claims and the accuracy of figures cited in the film and suggested that the film could play into the hands of the fossil fuel industry.”
–From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia