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Daylight exacerbates warning

You may have noticed that March of this year was particularly hot. As a matter of fact, I understand that it was the hottest March since the beginning of the last century. All of the trees were fully leafed out and legions of bugs and snakes were crawling around during a time in Arkansas when, on a normal year, we might see a snowflake or two. This should come as no surprise to any reasonable person. As you know, Daylight Saving Time started almost a month early this year. You would think that members of Congress would have considered the warming effect that an extra hour of daylight would have on our climate. Or did they? Perhaps this is another plot by a liberal Congress to make us believe that global warming is a real threat. Perhaps next time there should be serious studies performed before Congress passes laws with such far-reaching effects.


What an idiot. "Or did they?" is totally a fragment sentence!

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I'm no scientist here, but just because we move our clocks forward or backwards doesn't give us more or less sunlight in a 24 hour period. Even if we had waited until normal daylight savings time the sun would still be out for 12 hours. Just rising and setting a hour earlier. Again no scientist here.
Daylight savings time has nothing to do with global warming. And it is a problem.
I honestly believe CONNIE M. MESKIMEN (!) is probably the dumbest person in the world.
Anyone believe that this Connie Meskimen is actually a relatively educated person? As in a college educated person? As in a freaking bankruptcy lawyer?

Be afraid, be very afraid.
Oh sweet fuck.
Yet another piece of evidence showing why us folks up here in Canadaland think Americans are a little "kooky."
It was a joke apparently, I dont think he counted on so many people taking it serious.
Aren't most lawyers aspiring politicians?
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