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“And den de big bad black hole done bin eatin’ up da whole damn planet because scienze…”

Dere’s dis…

and dere’s dat…

and den dere’s dis here timezlinez…

if’n you be payin’ da attention.

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  • Richard November 8, 2021, 9:23 AM

    It’s a very sweet place to be, where you don’t have to worry about credibility. At least that Heaven’s Gate cult out in San Diego had the decency to off themselves during the Hale-Bopp comet brew-ha-ha.
    For your dining and dancing pleasure:

  • jwm November 8, 2021, 9:35 AM

    It may be the end of the world as we know it.
    But we feel fine, right?
    Don’t we feel fine?


  • Sam L. November 8, 2021, 10:04 AM

    Suuuuuuuuuuuure I believe what they’re peddling…deed I do…righhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhht!

  • ghostsniper November 8, 2021, 10:21 AM

    And just like that I’ll be living in Greece.
    Where that parthenon iz?

  • Dirk November 8, 2021, 10:34 AM

    Ya know, it’s a simply matter of time before one on these douche bags gets it right. Been so since the nonsense started…..


  • Joe Krill November 8, 2021, 10:41 AM

    In 2008 climate genius Al Gore made his famous predictions. For the record and please look this up to verify, “Algor mortis” is the cooling of the body postmortem. A fitting tribute to a snake in the grass who wiggles in snake skin boots. Does anyone remember, Hello, my name is Algor mortis and I don’t like the smell of dem Burger King whoppers cumin outta dat chimney.

  • Casey Klahn November 8, 2021, 10:48 AM

    A doctor in British Columbia, CA has diagnosed a patient with (wait…for…it) ta dahhhh: “climate change”. Mutha fugga gots the climate change.

    See how this same medical community that recently brought you da Covidz! has now ascended to prophet status? Just wait till they make it to godhood. It’s for the publix health, you know.

    I’m feeling a bout of the climate change today. Can I call in sick? Paid?

  • tim November 8, 2021, 10:49 AM

    The only crises we’re having is one of ignorance.

  • John B November 8, 2021, 11:08 AM

    The panicky, full court press we see today to pass the Socialism Infrastructure bill, with all of the climate change crap is to get something, ANYTHING, passed that they can CLAIM made the difference… because the data isn’t really supporting the claims. And the media is hiding the history… as shown in the timeline.

  • Kevin in PA November 8, 2021, 11:11 AM

    Tim gets it.

    I am so sick and tired of the lunatics running this asylum.
    I’ll “feel fine “ after another bong hit.

  • James ONeil November 8, 2021, 11:16 AM

    Ah yes, I’m looking forward to how rich I’ll get selling my beachfront property here in sunny North Pole, Alaska 30 years from now. +10° F. (-11° C.) right here, right now but hey, the times they are a changin’!

    Hum, let’s just say our beloved elites, billgates, soros, zuckerwhatever, et al, believe the BS or at least consider it a probability or even a remote possibility. The sky may fall and the pie is limited, they must assure it doesn’t fall on their heads and they get their unfair share of the pie. Shucky darn, even if they know it’s all a lie, as long as they get most of the pie, that’s what matters.

    Wonder what they might do. Perhaps they’d build themselves bunkers in New Zealand, who knows. Might even sell at great profit a sterilizing agent calling it a vaccine (Assuring, of course, a hold harmless clause protecting the “Vaccine” makers.), hey if reducing the population by removing 5% or even 50% of those other people saves the world as we want it, it’s well worth it! Perhaps they’d push gas prices until only they can afford it, God gave the peasants feet, let them walk! Might try to get all the common folk to carry, always with them, a device that broadcast where they are, records all their conversations, tells them what we want, when we want, maybe even include a passport defining if and where and when they’re allowed to travel, including to the corner store.

    After all, if it makes even ten minutes of the life of one elite a fraction more pleasant, it’s all worth it!

  • Bruceph November 8, 2021, 11:16 AM

    If the first one is true, I’m moving to Nebraska now. Until then, I’ll have my wine shipped in. By then the third one won’t matter.

  • james wilson November 8, 2021, 12:02 PM

    History informs us a people who are not well and truly spanked will in time spank themselves. Another Younger Dryas will end much of life, human and animal, as it set half of earth on fire eleven or twelve milennia past, and there is alway another Younger Dryas. But being so much closer in human terms the year 1277 BC will do very well, or 534 AD of you prefer. Not very many people will survive events of that sort, and among those that do will exist no clowns, until the next cycle of course. That there have never before been but a fraction of these numbers of people to fail in a true disaster is what will make it so distinctive.
    I am always drawn back to George Lichtenberg, an 18th century philosopher and phyicist, who wrote that perhaps one day the Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own.

  • Sisu November 8, 2021, 12:12 PM

    Dere’s dis… Looks more the consequence of a series of spontaneous, near simultaneous nuclear reactor meltdowns.

    and dere’s dat. … How much is the savings from current and future infrastructure bills ? Has CBO developed its analyses as yet ?

  • Arty November 8, 2021, 2:54 PM

    Experts say we only have 46 shopping days until Christmas.

  • Jack November 8, 2021, 4:42 PM

    Bring it on baby. I damn beach on the North as well as the South sides of the Deep South States. Fishing and bitches watchin’ should be fantabulous….. I’ma fix me up a Go-Fund-My-Ass account for a new Hellsbay flats boat.

  • Chris November 8, 2021, 4:52 PM

    Looks like a lot of fun.

  • jwm November 8, 2021, 7:54 PM

    It’s kind of hard to tell on that little map, but it looks like My place here in So Cal may survive, and even maybe be beach front property. Of course the waves slopping in over all those abandoned towns on the coastal plane will probably be pretty crusty. Let’s see, in thirty years I’ll be…
    ah, shit. Ferget it.


  • Mike Austin November 9, 2021, 3:42 AM

    Predicting the future is as old as Daniel. Most of the Old Testament guys tried their hand at it. Christ Himself predicted—among other things—the destruction of the Jewish Temple and the end of History. The former happened in 70 AD. We’re still waiting for the latter, although most of humanity prefers to “eat, drink and be merry” to pondering things apocalyptic.

    All those “predictions” in the timeline were false—and were known to be false. They were really attempts to scare the American people into accepting a tremendous increase in the power and size of government. It mostly succeeded, what with myriad regulations from myriad agencies determining everything from toilet tank size to CAFE standards to energy controls. All the nonsense about rain forests, spotted owls, oil supply, polar bears, bees and such, had nothing to do with rain forests, spotted owls, oil supply, polar bears and bees and such. It had everything to do with getting power over individuals.

  • leelu November 9, 2021, 7:00 AM

    Th s is absolutely like ‘The world will end on _____ .’ (Fill in the blank.) When everyone wakes up the next day, the ‘profit’ says “Ooops. I goofed. Give my a minit.”

    P: ‘Oh. I meant ___.” (Fill in a date *at least a couple of months later.)

    Sheep:” Oh. OK.”

    If they get tired of that prophet not being right, they’ll go find another to give a chance to be right.

  • Harry November 9, 2021, 9:30 AM
    • Mike Austin November 9, 2021, 4:37 PM

      Rocky and Bullwinkle! Where are Boris and Natasha?

      • Harry November 10, 2021, 9:25 AM

        They’re colluding with Al Gore and John Kerry to install solar panels on all of the homes in Frostbite Falls, Minnesota . . . and to capture Moose and Squirrel.

  • brinster November 9, 2021, 10:26 AM

    According that joke of a map (how did Italy make it into the midwest?), my neck of the woods, at an elevation of about 2100 ft. will be under water. That’s alotta snowmelt.
    How’d those glaciers melt at the close of the last major ice age? Native American industrialization? Plastic straws? 18 wheelers?

  • brinster November 9, 2021, 10:28 AM

    Given another look, the Mediterranean will somehow be transported to the United States.

  • Elmo November 12, 2021, 7:11 PM

    So in 30 years the highest peak in the continental United States, 14,505′ high Mt. Whitney, will be underwater. Good to know.