Increase Carbon Footprint To Spread Mesage That Others Must Reduce Theirs

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I’ve been increasing my carbon footprint like crazy recently in hopes that global warming will reach the frozen tundra here at the Revo Outpost in North Dakota. -22f is just too dammed cold. Apparently, those of us who wish for warmer climate have friends in high places. Go Leonardo! Go!

“I would like to improve the world a bit. I will fly around the world doing good for the environment.”- Leonardo DeCrapio

Hmmmm. Isn’t flying around the world in a private jet contributing to global warming? Doesn’t this increase one’s carbon footprint? Couldn’t he “airpool” with Algore to help save the world if it was really such a concern? I know one thing is for certain; you won’t be seeing him sittin in coach anytime soon.

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5 Responses to Increase Carbon Footprint To Spread Mesage That Others Must Reduce Theirs

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    The warmists all tell us there is a crisis but absolutely none of them act like there is a crisis. It is pretty hard to take people like that seriously.

  2. dukkaA says:

    I tweeted Mr. DiCaprio and told him he was a ginormous douche bag to kick off his weekend. This is the same dude that celebrated New Years eve in Austrailia then flew to Vegas (Private Jet) to celebrate it here in the US. Ahhh the hyprocrisy of the hollyweird liberals. It’s a thick glass bubble they live.

  3. notamobster says:

    I know one thing is for certain; you won’t be seeing him sittin in coach anytime soon.

    Can’t blame him for that. You won’t see me sitting in coach anytime soon, either. I’d rather walk.

  4. PhoneGuy says:

    I have to agree with the adage “Who cares what Celebrities think?” Being influenced by these hypocritical and uninformed children is a sure sign of the end of intelligent life on this planet.

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