This morning, really early, I posted on a blog about how incredibly gullible reporters are, doubly so if they are science journalists. Quite literally, you could tell them that a meteor is due to hit the Whitehouse two weeks from tomorrow and they would run that on the front page/6PM News cast with huge banner headlines and utter BS as back up, because they will not ask for one ounce of proof to back them up.
Welcome to Climategate. It does not matter that the reigning climate scientists at East Anglia were all discredited by THEIR OWN e-mails, the Lamestream Media is still insisting that they are proven vindicated, even when nobody has even hinted that they may have had a point on moving the comma a few words down in any given e-mail.
Proof? They don't need no stinkin' proof. It's all about feelings. Because feelings are always right. Right? RIGHT? Oh, yeah, remember that girl in reading class in the sixth grade that you wanted to go to the movies with you so bad, and you were so sure you were in love with her... Remember that feeling? Yeah, I thought so.
Last night whilst driving to teach my religious education class (yes, I know it negates the belief in a benevolent deity) I heard a recording of a woman telling students that one way they could lessen their carbon footprint on the earth is to not have children. They could eliminate, and I quote, "578% of your carbon footprint by deciding not to have children."
Really? 578%? I bet her mom wishes she had had that bit of news before she paid for her private schooling.
Welcome to Greengenics.
Look, have some common freakin' sense, please. God made the earth for us to use and for us to be good stewards of the planet. If we take care of the earth the earth takes care of us. Capice? He gave us two kinds of teeth, molars and incisors, making us capable of eating meat and vegetation. If he had meant for us to only eat weeds we would all have horse teeth and the inability to digest meat. And very small brains... very small... which... wait a minute... explains vegans all of a sudden! God, I get them now... Thank you God!
God told us to be fruitful and multiply. I think I will choose God over some white woman speaking to a group of gullible white kids after marching in a rally to protest our country's immigration policy. Immigrants have more kids than residents, Ms. Whitey. Tie your own tubes, I'll listen to God and my four kids who are thankful I gave them life.
I'm going to spend Earth Day weeding my flower beds, tending my vegetable garden. As it is also my dear husband's birthday, we'll probably slip a steak on the BBQ. Gas BBQ. Oooooo I'm so going to Progressive Liberal Care Bear hell! And if you believe that, do I have a story for you!