Chuck Norris: Climate Scientists Totally Suck Ass at Climate Science!

Hmmm. The Schafly-dropping who inflicted Conservipedia upon the world was on Colbert tonight. This person claimed as one of the Fantastic Milestones of Conservipedia that it has gotten 140 MILLION PAGE VIEWS. Which is impressive. Of course, this absurd blog you are right now reading, or, more likely, are right now blinking at stupidly with malfocused bacon-veined, baseball sized yellowish spheres of malarial gristle (try to deny it, redsnouts), currently has about three million page views. Which clearly means that Jesus likes us better.

In other exciting news that signifies something important, Chuck Norris has an opinion on the opinions of professional climate scientists, and in Chuck Norris's expert opinion as a guy who knows karate, can't act, and writes barely literate Townhall columns, climate scientists totally suck ass at climate science. 

Copenhagen is on fire this week, and there's far more heating up than just the climate.

Heads of state and others are gathering this week at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, but bonfires already have been blazing for weeks on that European front.

Let me see whether I can summarize the chestnuts roasting on that Copenhagen fire.

It is axiomatic that chestnuts cannot be summarized, no matter how much heat is applied to them for whatever number of weeks. (Honestly. Go find a chestnut. Pick it up. Roast it. Now, summarize it. We're waiting!) Chuck Norris is welcome to the attempt, but the outlook is grim for him making sense.

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