These Yale students should still celebrate their fossil divestment day by turning off the heat…

…in their rooms. What’s that? ‘Courting hypothermia?’ Well, that doesn’t sound like people who are dedicated to the Struggle…

Seriously, they should stop having these things in winter. Which apparently can be defined these days as ‘any time between November and May.’

10 to 16 inches of snow?

God help us all: nobody in Dizzy City is capable of dealing with the concept of frozen sky-water piling up to levels like that.  And may I note that there’s something sad about the fact that a person from NJ can mock anybody about their reaction to bad weather?

Also, this much snow seems a bit much, given that it isn’t even officially winter yet.  Is Al Gore flying back from Copenhagen via Dulles?

The inevitable Al Gore + Global Warming Conference = SNOW! post.

Byron York wants to know what Republican legislators are doing in Copenhagen.

Getting snowed in, apparently.

As if on cue with former Vice President Al Gore’s arrival in Copenhagen, the site of the United Nation’s climate summit is expected to receive heavy snowfall and bitter cold temperatures. With a bit of amusement some have pointed to the arrival of the cold weather as an example of the ‘Gore Effect’.

In recent years, the term ‘Gore Effect’ has come to take note of unseasonable weather that seems to accompany the Nobel Laureate or when a significant global warming event is held. Since 2004 these coincidences occur with uncanny frequency.

Well, at least this way Al Gore’s killing less polar bears.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.