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Monster Steps Up for the Polar Bears

Elizabeth from the Monster Blog had a great entry yesterday about little things we can all do at work to help conserve energy and protect the environment.  It seems her son and his friend are concerned about global warming and how Polar Bears are suffering because of warmer temperatures.

I know I’m concerned.  It’s 50 degrees Fahrenheit in Detroit right now   I haven’t seen any real snow this season, and my best friend told me he saw mosquitoes flying around outside his front door a few days ago.  Mosquitoes in Detroit in January?  Huh?  It’s supposed to be 10 degrees outside with 2 feet of snow.  I hope this is just a fluke.

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  1. If it were freezing cold and six feet of snow like it usually is, would you still be complaining?
    It’s not global warming. We’re back on the El Nino cycle and the jet stream is further north than usual.
    Suck it up and enjoy it Clay! It’s not often that we get blue skies, sunny weather and balmy 40-50 degree weather in Michigan this time of year.

    Posted by: Ann-Marie | January 4, 2007
  2. I’m wondering if this was just El Nino and the jet stream as well?
    Immense ice shelf breaks off in Canadian Arctic .

    Posted by: Madgeman | January 4, 2007
  3. I’m just stating the facts:
    So… You call this winter? (AP)

    Posted by: Ann-Marie | January 4, 2007
  4. Al Gore warned us, we didn’t listen…now we’re all gonna die.

    Posted by: Suburban Prodigy | January 4, 2007
  5. Saving the Polar Bear

    On New Year’s Eve morning, our 6-year-old, towheaded neighbor, George, came screaming through the front door. “The polar bear is getting extinct,” he yelled. “It’s global warming. It’s killing them.” Our children had been talking about this very topic …

    Posted by: The Monster Blog | January 8, 2007

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