Friday, November 18, 2016

Freak-Out Fri.!

Great title, but w/ what do we fill this box? Lessee ... nope. Uh ... um ... well, this might freak-out some:
It’s polar night there now — the sun isn’t rising in much of the Arctic. That’s when the Arctic is supposed to get super-cold, when the sea ice that covers the vast Arctic Ocean is supposed to grow and thicken.

But in fall of 2016 — which has been a zany year for the region, with multiple records set for low levels of monthly sea ice — something is totally off. The Arctic is super-hot, even as a vast area of cold polar air has been displaced over Siberia.
Zany. Totally. And gives us an easy & quick cop-out or two.
Can't get much longer or whiter.
Another freak out:
WorldNetDaily author David Kupelian appeared on TheDove TV’s “Focus Today” program last week to discuss the election results, declaring that America dodged a bullet by not electing Hillary Clinton as president because doing so would have literally driven millions of young people insane.

“We would have seen how evil works if we had Hillary Clinton as president,” Kupelian said. “She would have literally driven many people insane. I mean that in a clinical way.”

While older people would have responded to a Clinton presidency by praying more and stocking up on food and supplies, Kupelian asserted, young people would have been driven over the edge and soon started carrying out mass killings.

“To have an outright criminal married to a certified sexual predator in the White House and to glorify that and all that is implied in society elevating these people back into positions of ultimate power, as basically the rulers of the world,” he stated, “to a lot of young people whose souls and views are still being formed, they’d go nuts. And you’d see more acting out and criminality and people doing crazy things. You’d say, ‘My God, how did that happen? Why did this person go and shoot up a classroom of people?’ and so forth. I’m saying, you elevate somebody like that to the president and you unleash hell.”
Project much? I mean that in a clinical way as well.
We'll see if we "dodged a bullet" (or are about to take one between the eyes) soon enough.

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