Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Snowbird Utah Sets Records

Gosh dang that global warming or climate change, or whatever you want to call it today. Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Utah had so much climate change (global warming?) this past winter that the resort was able to stay open to July 4th for only the third time in its history. Snowbird also set their record for the longest season at 202 days.  There is still 12 feet of global warming (climate change?) at the top of the resort.  As an added bonus, because of whatever (climate change/global warming) Snowbird also set a record for the most total snowfall in a season.

OwlGore, where are you?

BTW: ever notice that when a record amount of snowfall occurs, no one ever says a thing about climate change/global warming. But if high temps are broken, or rainfall decreases over a period of time, OwlGore and his crew are right there saying “See, I told you so!”

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