Here’s a couple of shots of snow in the Los Angeles mountains that I took in between rainstorms, from the west end of the San Fernando Valley, in the mountains separating Los Angeles County and Ventura County. This is NOT a common sight, so if you were wondering why I was posting about the cold from Southern California, this visual is worth a thousand words as the saying goes. Our thermometers, even at the low altitude of the San Fernando Valley, were below freezing, something we are definitely not used to in these parts. And some prophets tell us that snow proves global warming! I just can’t resist laughing out loud, and often. I was glad to happen upon this palm tree: a visual juxtaposition of hot with the cold of the snow.
Posts Tagged ‘snow’
Posted by infinitygoods on January 27, 2008
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Posted by infinitygoods on January 17, 2008
What’s remarkable is not that it snowed in Baghdad last week — the first time since the 1940s — but the global warming prophets’ reactions to almost unheard-of snow in the desert. To the Al Gores of the world, SNOW in Baghdad PROVES global WARMING.
So, just so we understand what these people are talking about:
- If it’s hot — it’s global warming;
- If it’s cold — it’s global warming.
We have to get that through our thick heads. Regardless of the temperature, whether it’s hot or whether it’s cold, it’s global warming.
Now Al Gore even has a Nobel peace prize to PROVE that he knows what he’s talking about, so the rest of us who don’t and remain in disbelief should keep quiet just like our grandparents and great-grandparents kept quiet when Adolph Hitler received his own Nobel peace prize nomination in 1939.
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Posted by infinitygoods on December 24, 2007
Just in time for Christmas, Matt Mullenweg of WordPress has given us the option of adding extra snow to our blogs with just a couple of clicks. Have no fear if you are not a WordPress user, he directs you to an easy as pumpkin pie code from Schillmania too.
And if you are still looking for some Christmas ideas and resources, be sure to click below. These suggestions might be of particular interest this Christmas Eve: Magic Reindeer Food, Tracking Santa on Christmas Eve and Ideas to Reuse Christmas Cards.
- No Nativity For Archbishop
- Classic Christmas Books
- Ideas To Reuse Christmas Cards
- True Meaning of The 12 Days of Christmas Carol
- Where’s Santa?
- Magic Reindeer Food
- Advent Calendar Chain — Easy Children’s Craft
- Every Cookie Recipe Imaginable
- Favorite Christmas Movies
- Using an Advent Wreath as a Devotional Tool
- Write a Santa Letter to Your Children
- Holiday Shopping List
- Holiday Decorating Tips and Ideas
- Getting To Know Your Friends — Christmas Edition Part 1
- Getting To Know Your Friends — Christmas Edition Part 2
- Getting To Know Your Friends — Christmas Edition Part 3