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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Czech Republic President Calls
Global Warming A "Myth";
Wonders If Al Gore Is Sane

Vaclav Klaus, the President of the Czech Republic, called Albert Gore, Jr.'s panic about global warming and climate change a "myth".

President Klaus also questioned the sanity of the man who invented the internets.

Sounds like Klaus is a pretty sharp guy!



I have a magnet on my frig saying "Don't do drugs, Mmmm kay!"

I just hope he doesn't loosen his tie too quickly or in the wrong place or we may TRULY experience global warming.
Hey Bug! Gore's a hoot, ain't he? If he weren't so dangerous, he'd be funny.

He does let off a lot of steam and hot air...I think you're on to something there, HE's the one responsible for global warming! HEH!

Take care Bug! Thanks for visiting.
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