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    oldpine52  11 days ago

    We all know who they’ll blame.

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    stevedodge833  11 days ago

    Just blame Obama like every other idiot does.

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    Baslim the Beggar gc insider 11 days ago

    NASA has a plan!

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170817-nasas-ambitious-plan-to-save-earth-from-a-supervolcano

    Which is more than politicians and the media have…

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    Dtroutma gc insider 11 days ago

    Benghazi Babe did it!

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    Thirdbase  11 days ago

    Barack Walker Jefferson Trump Jr.

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    AKHenderson gc insider 11 days ago

    We can rule out the Sweet Meteor of Death.

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    keenanthelibrarian  11 days ago

    Oh, surely you can try! Who’ll know, in the long run?

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    stairsteppublishing  11 days ago

    Without the ability and means to complain there would be no news media. It lives on controversy.

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    Watcher  11 days ago

    I’m going to blame Facebook and Fox News.

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    tripwire45  11 days ago

    I’ve read about that from several sources (never trust just one, no matter what their political or social leaning) and I’d say “soon” is a gross exaggeration (never depend on comic strips for “hard news” either).

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    Hector Gonzalez  11 days ago

    Come visit the Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park in Nebraska for a taste of what a big caldera explosion can do.

    http://ashfall.unl.edu/

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    Adiraiju  11 days ago

    Don’t flatter yourself, guys. “All life on Earth” is a nasty exaggeration. I mean, granted, we’re probably hosed as a species, but life in general should pull through…

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    DanFlak  11 days ago

    And when it does, ISIS will claim responsibility for it.

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    Masterskrain gc insider 11 days ago

    And Hannity will call for a boycott of SOMEONE…

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    Phred gc insider 11 days ago

    Wow. I thought the Yellowstone caldera was in NW Wyoming.

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    Linguist  11 days ago

    Of course, if the cable news producer is getting his scientific information from the experts at the National Enquirer….

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    The Brooklyn Accent  11 days ago

    It was those meddling kids!

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    sanderling75  11 days ago

    ’S always the guvmint, stoopid.

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    Radish gc insider 11 days ago

    Hot spots in the red states.

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    Baslim the Beggar gc insider 11 days ago

    In fact, as pointed out above, another Yellowstone eruption is not going to end all life on earth. Maybe not even all of humanity. But the great wheat producing regions in the US and Canada would be heavily dusted with ash. And the sulfur dioxide released into the upper atmosphere would create a severe cooling lasting for a decade or so. Civilization would take a very big hit. Mad Max might look optimistic…

    Also, it won’t be happening “soon.”

    https://www.livescience.com/20714-yellowstone-supervolcano-eruption.html

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    DutchUncle  11 days ago

    If it’s not already happening, then US society doesn’t care about it. Once it’s already happening, it’s too late to do anything, move on, next subject.

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    Varnes  11 days ago

    Hey, is that Lewis Black? Sounds like something he would worry about….I thought that was Bob next to him for a second, but Bob doesn’t drink Martinis. Could be Dabney Coleman’s cousin I guess. And trust me, we can definitely rule out Richard Nixon, eh? It’s never Richard Nixon…….See, cuz he’s dead…..

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    dabugger  11 days ago

    The paternalists dilemma.

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    Dani Rice  11 days ago

    And there is also one getting ready to blow “soon” under Naples. Houses are creeping up the sides of Mt. St. Helen’s, which is also getting antsy.

    People seem to be determined to self-destruct.

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    john_chubb  11 days ago

    Finally – a natural disaster that will “end life as we know it on planet earth” that’s not caused or exacerbated by human-caused global warming! It’s a Republican dream come true!

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    Dtroutma gc insider 10 days ago

    Actually, the caldera is going to have to step up the pace to beat human activity to the job.

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku  10 days ago

    #BreakTheDuopolyThen we won’t have all this sectarian finger-pointing.

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    WTH gc insider 10 days ago

    They say cockroaches can survive. I guess that means the Trumpsters might make it through.

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    Stan McSerr  10 days ago

    Once the nuclear winter comes, all the cockroaches will die. They are a tropical species.

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    mso  10 days ago

    If we all die what does it matter who, if anyone as at fault?

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    gfredrickson85  10 days ago

    I thought that it was all the fault of the Columbus and the white man? After all, we all know that if the white man hadn’t come to the western hemisphere the caldera would never dare explode and ruin the lives of the Native Americans.

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