It's Climate Change I tell'ya!! IT'S CLIMATE CHANGE!!

petros

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Thats fucked up. "Climate Change" is surface temperatures.

At 40fucking000 feet its always -40 fucking below or more.

Airlines use altitude and varying winds the same way baloonists use altitude to get winds going the direction they want to go..Climbing or descending through altitude there are winds in multiple directions densities and temperatures. Turbulence happens when flying through these wind direction and temperature boundaries.

Climate change.....FFS
 

petros

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Its getting hotter by the hour!

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For some reason the past 10 years are reminiscent of the early 70s when the settled science claimed continental glaciation was the imminent doom of mankind. The Cold War days. It was winter year round or it was nuke winter.

The more the climate changes, the more it remains the same. - Boulder's Rules
 
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How many flights (seriously) to haul the PM’s entourage and security detail and three Nanny’s and personal chef, ect…for security reasons? Outside of Canada, who gives two shits if Justin Trudeau exists?

The prime minister must fly on a Royal Canadian Air Force plane for security reasons, even if it's for personal travel.

The family's flights to and from Costa Rica over the Christmas holiday in 2019 cost the government about $57,000 and thousands more were spent on flight crews' stay in San Jose.
One must live up to certain standards , after all .
 

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How many flights (seriously) to haul the PM’s entourage and security detail and three Nanny’s and personal chef, ect…for security reasons? Outside of Canada, who gives two shits if Justin Trudeau exists?

The prime minister must fly on a Royal Canadian Air Force plane for security reasons, even if it's for personal travel.

The family's flights to and from Costa Rica over the Christmas holiday in 2019 cost the government about $57,000 and thousands more were spent on flight crews' stay in San Jose.
Is he not supposed to reimburse the Crown when it's personal travel? Just askin'
 
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Ron in Regina

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Is he not supposed to reimburse the Crown when it's personal travel? Just askin'
Sort of….I think he reimburses for his immediate family as if he travelled economy or whatever….but not for the three Nanny’s or Personal Chef or personal photographer or Security Details or Melanie Joly if she’s smuggled along in Justin’s stowaway Tickle-Trunk, etc…

Then, if he violates the Ethics Rules and accepts a “Free” trip to a private island by someone soliciting the Canadian Gov’t…& the security detail has to follow…but the Dickwad soliciting the Gov’t for cash then also charges that same Gov’t for the housing of the three Nanny’s & the Chef and the personal photographer and Security Detail to the tune of $56,000.00 or so let’s say, that’s not on Justin, but that’s another story.

The cost to the Canadian government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's controversial vacation on the Aga Khan's private island in the Bahamas increased to $271,000 when the RCMP wrote a cheque two weeks ago for $56,000 worth of meals, accommodations and jet ski rentals.
The $56,000 payment brings the RCMP's cost for the trip to $209,504 and the overall cost to Canadian taxpayers for Trudeau's Bahamas vacation to $271,000.

I’m not sure who pays for the Carbon-Offset Vig so that “The Trudeau’s Go To Jamaica!” (But not to the private island of the Aga Kahn this time) is carbon neutered and Coke-Zero.
 

petros

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Sort of….I think he reimburses for his immediate family as if he travelled economy or whatever….but not for the three Nanny’s or Personal Chef or personal photographer or Security Details or Melanie Joly if she’s smuggled along in Justin’s stowaway Tickle-Trunk, etc…

Then, if he violates the Ethics Rules and accepts a “Free” trip to a private island by someone soliciting the Canadian Gov’t…& the security detail has to follow…but the Dickwad soliciting the Gov’t for cash then also charges that same Gov’t for the housing of the three Nanny’s & the Chef and the personal photographer and Security Detail to the tune of $56,000.00 or so let’s say, that’s not on Justin, but that’s another story.

The cost to the Canadian government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's controversial vacation on the Aga Khan's private island in the Bahamas increased to $271,000 when the RCMP wrote a cheque two weeks ago for $56,000 worth of meals, accommodations and jet ski rentals.
The $56,000 payment brings the RCMP's cost for the trip to $209,504 and the overall cost to Canadian taxpayers for Trudeau's Bahamas vacation to $271,000.

I’m not sure who pays for the Carbon-Offset Vig so that “The Trudeau’s Go To Jamaica!” (But not to the private island of the Aga Kahn this time) is carbon neutered and Coke-Zero.
So Trudeau took a free trip and so did the RCMP.

A coke run for mom.
 
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Ron in Regina

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Well, now I’m starting to think that those who were too lazy to shovel the sidewalks on Christmas Day….They were the smart ones.
I will be stopping off on the way home at lunch to buy a bag of ice melt…. And preemptively doing up the sidewalks….
 
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petros

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Salt ruins concrete and lawns. Just use sand or the city 94% sand 6% salt mix. It's free. There is some at the Al Ritchie or Maple Leaf pool.

The City provides free sand/salt mix at 19 sandboxes throughout Regina for residents to help make icy sidewalks safe. Bring a small container and something to scoop with. Crews monitor and fill the sandboxes as needed after they attend to ice control activities on the priority road network. Should your community sandbox be empty, please contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000 to let us know and crews will refill it at their earliest availability.

 
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