Thursday, February 08, 2007

Jumpin'...

...on the global warming bandwagon!

(Early Thursday morning: TBF walks into the bathroom singing "You're Beautiful!" with a cup of coffee for Mrs. TBF while she stands in front of the mirror putting on her makeup.)

Mrs. TBF: "Will you drive me to work today?"

TBF: "Ummm...no. We have to do our share to help stop global warming!"

7 comments:

Greg said...

I need to remember NOT to have taken a sip of tea just before reading this blog....

CanadianSwiss said...

And once you've sold your car, you'll have to find another way to help against global warming. I wonder what it'll be...

Sara said...

:) see, global warming fear is good for something!

The Medium Swede said...

if all of us (and I did dammit!!) had voted for Al Gore or even John Kerry, (again I did)we would not be hated in the world, would not be in Iraq, would possibly be doing something about global warming.

The Big Finn said...

Greg - Welcome! There are very few things that I like better than causing a person to snort assorted foodstuffs out the nose.

CS - I haven't told Mrs. TBF yet, but I'm thinking of turning off the heat next winter. Whatcha think?

Sara - See? We "stupid SUV owners" aren't all bad...

TMS - We can still do something about global warming regardless of who's currently President. For example, we can choose not to live in houses that are larger than we really need, move closer to work or take public transportation, not drive gas-guzzling mega-SUVs or motor coaches...

Oh...sorry!

Expat Traveler said...

well that's one great choice you have in switzerland, esp basel - take the tram, bus or walk etc...

I love that!

Anonymous said...

See, the whole Global Warming title is a bit misleading - hence the people who say 'what is this global warming, it's (insert some negative 0 freezing number here) here!' Which is why it should really more correctly be called 'climate change' as that is a more accurate description of what's really happening. It's not necessarily going to be warmer all over, but you definitely aren't going to be using the Old Farmer's Almanac for your weather prediction much longer. --Beejum (blogger confused)