Thursday, December 3, 2009
Fallout continues to occur from the sham science of global warming. After the discovery of falsified data from the Climatic Research Unit at East Anglia University in London, data has been requested from NASA in the United States regarding their contention that anthropogenic (human caused) global warming is, as NASA has stated, a fact. NASA has so far refused to release their data. It would seem that if there was nothing to hide, this raw data would be forthcoming. Scientists in various venues receive government funding (read: your tax dollars) to research global warming. It is obvious that if they- the scientists- can claim that there is human caused global warming, they will receive more money for more research. They have gamed the system. When all else fails, follow the money. Invariably, it will lead you to the real facts about what is happening with so called human induced global warming.
The only stupid question is the one never asked. Except maybe, "Don't you think it's time you audited my tax return?"
Greg Wyshynski, blogger extraordinaire over at Puck Daddy (link to the right of this blog), has named the ten best hockey coaches of the past decade. Checking in at number five on his list is the Nashville Predators own Barry Trotz. Quoting the Puck Daddy, "If there is a coach that deserves an award for doing so much with so little, it's Trotz." True words there. Nice to see a good guy and a very good coach who is unheralded get some positive recognition in a national venue. Congratulations, Coach Trotz.
It is a small world, but I wouldn't want to paint it.
The next two Saturday home games for the Predators will be their Christmas Toys for Tots drive. Collection bins will be set up at each entrance to collect a new, unwrapped toy. This is a great opportunity for Predator fans to give a gift that will benefit less fortunate children in our community. We are blessed in Nashville to have a professional sports team like the Predators that does so much community outreach and is truly a caring organization. The Predators Foundation does an amazing job of reaching out to numerous charitable enterprises and making a significant impact for good in our community. This is a wonderful opportunity to partner with the Predators to assist those in need.
I told my wife that a husband is like fine wine that gets better with age. The next day, she locked me in the cellar.
And that, my friends, is my view.