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Your leader's sequel movie is flopping pretty hard.

Simple question, hiw many of you saw it and could you review for us?

And no I did not see it.

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Government Report Finds Drastic Impact of Climate Change on U.S.

“Many lines of evidence demonstrate that human activities, especially emissions of greenhouse (heat-trapping) gases, are primarily responsible for recent observed climate change,” 

 

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Florida and NYC are still here.  The hasn't been a national famine in America.  Arizona has still has no beach fronts.

 

Just some of the things this corpulent criminal solemnly predicted would have happened by now in the first movie.

 

People are on to him now, but sadly they were able to poison the minds of a generation of brain dead Millennials by forcing them to watch the first fraud in grade school. 

 

The MMGCC lie is gospel to most of them.

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Best ask Paramount, the films distributor why.

 

After all, they believed in the film so much they only released the movie to the barest minimum theaters of just four theaters nationally.

 

As Peter Sellers would have said in his mock French accent, eet ees is a booomb!

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7 minutes ago, Wigeon said:

Florida and NYC are still here.  The hasn't been a national famine in America.  Arizona has still has no beach fronts.

 

Just some of the things this corpulent criminal solemnly predicted would have happened by now in the first movie.

 

People are on to him now, but sadly they were able to poison the minds of a generation of brain dead Millennials by forcing them to watch the first fraud in grade school. 

 

The MMGCC lie is gospel to most of them.

 

In the meantime, Miami Beach is in the process of installing huge pumps to deal with more frequent tidal flooding that floods streets as the water pours out of storm gutters.

 

What company manufactures very large industrial sized pumps? Could be a good place to put money in the 21st century.

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Just now, Gamakatsu said:

 

In the meantime, Miami Beach is in the process of installing huge pumps to deal with more frequent tidal flooding that floods streets as the water pours out of storm gutters.

 

What company manufactures very large industrial sized pumps? Could be a good place to put money in the 21st century.

Yes global warming is the only thing that has ever caused frequent tidal flooding in a major city.

 

Got it.

 

I'm sold.

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TEMPERATURE READINGS PLUNGE AFTER AUSTRALIA’S BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY ORDERS END TO ‘TAMPERING’

Now there are Telling their Employees to change the verbiage to accommodate a more defendable story-line. 

 

US federal department is censoring use of term 'climate change', emails reveal

Exclusive: series of emails show staff at Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service advised to reference ‘weather extremes’ instead

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Just now, Harf said:

TEMPERATURE READINGS PLUNGE AFTER AUSTRALIA’S BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY ORDERS END TO ‘TAMPERING’

Now they are Telling their Employees to change the verbiage to accommodate a more defendable story-line. 

 

US federal department is censoring use of term 'climate change', emails reveal

Exclusive: series of emails show staff at Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service advised to reference ‘weather extremes’ instead

 

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2 minutes ago, Wigeon said:

Yes global warming is the only thing that has ever caused frequent tidal flooding in a major city.

 

Got it.

 

I'm sold.

 

I'm in the doubters club, but not in the deniers club. I do believe the ocean is rising. Some places in Costa Rica were never flooded 25 years ago when I lived there. Now they flood at every perigee tide.

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2 minutes ago, Gamakatsu said:

 

In the meantime, Miami Beach is in the process of installing huge pumps to deal with more frequent tidal flooding that floods streets as the water pours out of storm gutters.

 

What company manufactures very large industrial sized pumps? Could be a good place to put money in the 21st century.

 

Sorry to burst your bubble, have friends who have lived there since the late 60s, they have been complaining about the flooding since then, got their home cheap because of it.

 

Seems the problems go back to the original land developer who cheaped out on a proper drainage system.

 

Residents have been complaining loudly ever since that authorities should fix the problem, but always shut up when asked to pay for it.

 

Is Miami paying for these pumps, or US taxpayers?

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New Orleans has pumps. They just got flooded by a rain storm.  The pumps didn't work.  

 

You would have thought they would  have fixed that after Katrina, but government fails again

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The toughest part about believing the global warming narrative is the fact that liberals are always promoting it. 

And liberals lie.  All the time.

So..

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7 minutes ago, zybathegeek said:

 

Sorry to burst your bubble, have friends who have lived there since the late 60s, they have been complaining about the flooding since then, got their home cheap because of it.

 

Seems the problems go back to the original land developer who cheaped out on a proper drainage system.

 

Residents have been complaining loudly ever since that authorities should fix the problem, but always shut up when asked to pay for it.

 

Is Miami paying for these pumps, or US taxpayers?

 

It's not just Miami Beach, it's all over South Florida, close to the beaches. And sorry, but I lived there and never remember tidal street flooding except during tropical weather. Now they have it Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano Beach. Lauderdale and Pompano were my stomping grounds. It didn't happen there at all.

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