Skip to comments.Cold Snap Has Chilling Impact On Economy
Posted on 01/25/2014 2:29:09 PM PST by 1rudeboy
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More global warming will be worse for the economy, says the Copenhagen Consensus Center, The Guardian, January 24, 2014.
If this upcoming week is as miserable as earlier this month, I’ll be closed for the 4th time in January.
Meh. Saves me on labor costs and heating. Always look for the silver lining! :)
Global warming now causes record cold AND economic declines. It is now the go to excuse for EVERYTHING.
I’ve got a FB friend posting that 2013 was one of the hottest years EVAH!!!
As in .....since the world began!
BS—The big chill on the economy is caused by the OBAMACARE VORTEX..
Don’t think it’s the hottest but it sure is dry here in Kansas. I’m going to have mow my pond.
That sounds like a retarded relative of mine.
In the US, our economy had been bad from 2008 to 2014 and, I'm sure, beyond that to 2016 or more. Polar Vortex! What can you do??
Gee, that sounds like the “bads” in both countries were/are due to the same cause - Communist dictatorship.
Not Obama’s fault, at least that seems to be the point of the article.
Last night I watched again the movie Fargo........
Only a fool would choose to live in Minnesota
Cold Snap........ ha..... October to April
gee, the weather sure has been causing a lot of problems for the economy since 2008.
and if someone with an R attached to their name was in the white house, almost certain the weather would not be to blame.
School closings here in MN...never happened until 1994 when we had PROG/RINO Arne Carlson as goobernor.
Apparently all kids nowdays only have access to clothing on par to what Ernest Shackleton had 100 years ago and cold is something brand new to Minnesota.
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