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By richard, August 24, 2010 at 6:31 am Link to this comment
This cartoon says it all. There is no issue as important as climate change. If we don’t get a handle on it, nothing else will matter.
Unfortunately, we may have already left it too late, not for the planet, the planet will get by. But for civilization, which is greatly more fragile than most people think. It will take several decades after we change our ways to begin a turnaround. First the insurance companies will begin to go broke. The crises will start coming too close on one another and the calls for assistance will go largely unheaded. Entire countries will become disaster zones, and that will become the status quo. Some of this has already happened.
By Why you little Punk!, August 24, 2010 at 12:48 am Link to this comment
2nd Frog: “Well I just peed in the pot. Sorry.”
By rollzone, August 23, 2010 at 9:02 pm Link to this comment
hello. you can be so gauche. it’s far more fashionable
to protest a mosque than an energy tax.
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