- Feb 26, 2007
I think the one thing Palerider and I have in common is that we can express our different view points, and listen and attempt to understand the views in an effort to exchange ideas, remain civil and ultimately agree to disagree.
When I think of what an actual lap dog is. A little yappy, whiney,spoiled overly aggressive, attempting to over-compensate for the size they lack.
You know Berreal. Take an objective look at everything you have posted here. Who really acts more like a lapdog?
Here is an interesting tidbit from bereal on another thread:
Originally Posted by berreal
Its so funny yesterday I received a letter in the mail (with a CA return address) asking me to sign on to a petition against the current Al Gore theory on global warming.
Attached to the letter were elaborate studies, colored charts etc ...explaining why Global Warming is a hoax. The conclusion these people drew was ...global warming (based on the studies done recently) has existed for 1000's of years. In other words all the data shown to prove the present crisis ...occurred in the past ..and just part of a cycle.
Obvioulsy I shred the document and threw it in the garbage.
Does that, or does that not exactly fit the definition of a lap dog. He clearly doesn't grasp the science involved in climate change as evidenced by his absolute inability to discuss the subject, but because it did not agree with what his master (algore) has told him, he disregarded it and threw it into the garbage.
He is the only person that I have ever encountered who is ignorant enough to suggest that the earth's past is not filled with examples of advancing ice ages and receeding ice ages. For all the intelligence that displays, he may as well be a red faced bible thumper shouting that the earth is only 6000 years old.
bereal, in case you read this and get the urge to pipe in, notice that you disregarded the notion that global warming has been going on for thousands of years. Exactly how stupid can one person be? Don't you realize that the ice that once extended over most of the northern hemisphere started melting about 14,000 years ago and we are simply seeing a continuation of that process. Do you think that the ice started melting back all those years ago without global warming? Exactly how do you think that the ice melted back some 2,500 miles without global warming?