It’s that most wonderful time of the year – the time when global warming “skeptics” gather together to demonstrate a complete absence of any skepticism about global warming denial.  The damned liberal media won’t cover it, of course, because GAY ACORN killed Vince Foster when he saw Obama’s Kenyan birth certificate and so on and so forth, but there are other ways of making your scene.  Exxon-Mobile provides the hors d’œuvres, while the blogosphere provides a steady diet of whores to devour them.  The exception is Insane Clown Pundit Roger Simon, who is too busy gobbling Pantomime Lord Christopher Monckton‘s royal knob to partake.  I believe this is exactly what happened to proto-global warming skeptic Galileo, when the Inquisition stuck failed screenwriters on his jock until he recanted.  Or whatever, I don’t know.  Also covering this event are the sad, sad people who like laughing at fucking idiots in order to feel better about their hollow and meaningless lives, and, also, in an entirely different category, me.

The “Jesus didn’t have a pet dinosaur” skeptics over at the Discovery Institute are watching as well, and keeping us abreast of all the latest revelations:

An emeritus professor of geology at Western Washington State University (Bellingham, WA), Don Easterbrook, says we are in for global cooling for another twenty years or so.

It certainly seems so this spring. Winter on the East Coast was grim and summer temperatures are hard to find now in the West. Snowfall also higher than in decades past.

It doesn’t mean anything except this: there is (and should be) a real debate.

There should indeed be a real debate, and it should be on the subject of “what kind of degenerate moron can’t understand the difference between ‘climate’ and ‘weather’?”  Here, let me get the discussion rolling: morons like you.

Oh, and the NRC released three new reports saying how fucked we are, because one or two reports would not be enough to contain all the we’re-fuckedness.  All of which is clearly designed to divert attention from the important issue of Al Gore’s beard.