Dan Kuechenmeister

Dan Kuechenmeister 1 day, 23 hours ago on Steamboat still flirting with January record-low snowfall record

George, You got your guys and I have mine. Good on you. Come for the winter, stay for the summer. if you turn out to be correct more summer. If I am correct more winter. Win - win. I am hanging onto my skis. So any one that disagrees with you and your guys believes nonsense. Sound pretty totalitarian to me.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 days ago on Steamboat still flirting with January record-low snowfall record

George, I am no scientist nor mathmetician and have only skiied since 1962 so you got me there so i will ask a simple question. What trend are you referring to? This one? CNSNews.com) – The Earth’s temperature has “plateaued” and there has been no global warming for at least the last 18 years, says Dr. John Christy, professor of atmospheric science and director of the Earth System Science Center (ESSC) at the University of Alabama/Huntsville.

“That’s basically a fact. There’s not much to comment on,” Christy said when CNSNews.com asked him to remark on the lack of global warming for nearly two decades as of October 1st. or this one Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball

"We were told in October, before 2014 was over, that it was heading toward being the warmest year on record (Figure 1). The visual link of Polar Bears underscored the message. In fact, 2014 was among the coldest 3 percent of years of the last 10,000,"

PS: I am a firm believer in climate change. It changed way before humans roamed the earth and it will change long after we are gone. The biggest change will come when the sun goes supernova on us.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 days ago on Ciao from Cortina: Appreciating Italy

Hey Sophie, Thanks for the reply. I usually just pull out our big mixing bowls, pots etc. and drape them over the edges. Never had a pasta drying rack.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 days, 12 hours ago on Steamboat still flirting with January record-low snowfall record

George, what's your definition of global warming. A january with below normal snow fall? Climate changes. Could we be recovering from an ice age and heading back to normal? Who knows? Remember when Greenland was green. And then all those SUV's screwed Greenland up. Humans are gnats on the elephants behind when it comes to climate.

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Dan Kuechenmeister 2 days, 22 hours ago on Ciao from Cortina: Appreciating Italy

Hey Sophie, You describe Italy perfectly. One question, how do you dry home made pasta. Grazie Mille

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Dan Kuechenmeister 3 days, 12 hours ago on Our View: Responding well to kerfuffle

Somehow or another I am thinking that those who were impacted by the city council decision to mess up the transit system never used the term kerfuffle. That is just the Pilot's way of saying move along, move along, nothing to see here

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Dan Kuechenmeister 3 days, 23 hours ago on Book Review: 'Secret Six' for those fascinated with the Revolutionary War

From a speech made by David Stockman on Jan 20, 2015.

"My humble thesis tonight is that the entire 20th Century was a giant mistake.

And that you can put the blame for this monumental error squarely on Thomas Woodrow Wilson——-a megalomaniacal madman who was the very worst President in American history……..well, except for the last two.

"By so altering the course of history, Wilson’s war bankrupted Europe and midwifed 20th century totalitarianism in Russia and Germany.

These developments, in turn, eventually led to the Great Depression, the Welfare State and Keynesian economics, World War II, the holocaust, the Cold War, the permanent Warfare State and its military-industrial complex.

They also spawned Nixon’s 1971 destruction of sound money, Reagan’s failure to tame Big Government and Greenspan’s destructive cult of monetary central planning.

So, too, flowed the Bush’s wars of intervention and occupation, their fatal blow to the failed states in the lands of Islam foolishly created by the imperialist map-makers at Versailles and the resulting endless waves of blowback and terrorism now afflicting the world.

And not the least of the ills begotten in Wilson’s war is the modern rogue regime of central bank money printing, and the Bernanke-Yellen plague of bubble economics which never stops showering the 1% with the monumental windfalls from central bank enabled speculation."

A bit lengthy but interesting

http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/the-epochal-consequences-of-woodrow-wilsons-war/?utm_source=wysija&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Mailing+List+Saturday+9+AM

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Dan Kuechenmeister 4 days, 10 hours ago on Matthew Grasse: Missing the point

When you enter Eagleswatch at Stagecoach signs say leash laws and dogs barking laws are enforced. Enforced by whom. What a joke. Dogs run free and bark when they want to.

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