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  1. lonecat commented on Tony Auth about 8 hours ago

    Another thing some don’t seem to realize is that science can be quite difficult. The general outlines of global climate change aren’t that hard to understand, but when you get into the details, there’s a lot to know. I’m working on it (right now I’m working through another book by David Archer — this one is “Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast” — I recommend it highly) but I’m nowhere near being able to make authoritative statements, and that’s why when it gets technical I defer to those of you who do know the science in some detail. And yet we often find posts from deniers that are obviously bizarre, and yet posted with great confidence.

  2. lonecat commented on Clay Bennett about 8 hours ago

    My God said, “if you’re not with the one you love, love the one you’re with.” Or was that Janis Joplin? Well, close, anyway.

  3. lonecat commented on Tom Toles about 8 hours ago

    Another one gone?

  4. lonecat commented on Steve Kelley about 12 hours ago

    I believe it was tried out in Massachusetts, where it’s called Romneycare, and it words pretty well.

  5. lonecat commented on Matt Bors about 12 hours ago

    Or we could try not shooting at all.

  6. lonecat commented on Ted Rall about 12 hours ago

    No, no, the first time the alternative was raw cabbage, the second time the alternative was cooked cabbage.

  7. lonecat commented on Cul de Sac about 17 hours ago

    How do you feel about “like” as a subordinating conjunction? As in “Winston tastes good like a cigarette should.” I’m showing my age.

  8. lonecat commented on Cul de Sac about 21 hours ago

    Notice “normality” rather than “normalcy”.

  9. lonecat commented on Ted Rall 1 day ago

    Tigger, usually I figure you are just silly and naive. But this post shows a streak of cruelty which I hope does not represent your true character.

  10. lonecat commented on Marshall Ramsey 1 day ago

    It’s great fun to watch Republicans fight among themselves, but it would be more fun if I liked the Democrats.