climate change


POTUS’ Disaster Survival Pack

I don’t have anything pithy or funny to write about the aftermath of Harvey. But I’ll politicize the shit out of it. Rich assholes like Trump and Osteen will never suffer the consequences of climate change, and that’s because of the political choices that are made.

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A Closer Look at Golf Cart One

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President Lazyass couldn’t walk a few hundred yards with the other heads of state at the G7 summit and opted to take a golf cart instead.

He’s old and not in great shape, and I’d generally try to avoid ageism, but this asshole spent the entire campaign going on about how his opponents lacked stamina.

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Total Electoral Eclipse

Total Electoral EclipseTrump’s malignant shadow is obscuring everything else going on in the world. The ugliness of his campaign and its supporters is certainly newsworthy, but we’ll have a lot of catching up to do if and when the Trump phenomenon fades.

I wrote and drew this before Neil deGrasse Tyson proved himself to be no political scientist over the weekend on Twitter:

Maybe everything he knows about astrophysics leaves very little brain real estate for civics.

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Climate Change Denial Winter Exercises

Climate Change Denial Winter ExercisesDenying climate change exists because it’s cold out is just the tip of the rapidly melting denial iceberg. Unfortunately it’s a well-funded iceberg that’s kept afloat by the indifference of folks who’ll be dead before they’ll have to deal with the consequences of their consumption.

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Modest Climate Change Goals

Modest Climate Change GoalThe U.N. Climate Conference is going on in Paris, and maybe everyone will agree to modest means-based reductions in carbon emissions at some point in the future. It won’t be enough. The world is run by old people who won’t have to live with the consequences of their inaction, and I can only assume they hate their grandchildren and want to leave them a supremely messed up planet.

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