Gareth Renowden tells the story of Monckton & the case of the missing Curry.

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  1. #1 Chad
    January 28, 2009

    “His scream brought foxes out of their dens, and a golden eagle looked down from its lonely patrol and began a slow, circling descent.

    Two foxes watched from a safe distance, and an eagle perched high in a pine stared at the man thrashing in pain as he tried to free the trap from the rusty iron chain keeping it in place. Save for the occasional grunt, moan, and obscenity, it was quiet. The snow was getting heavier.”

    Beautifully written I must say! Someone should draw up pictures to accompany this wonderful tale! A graphic novel!

  2. #2 Boris
    January 28, 2009

    Someone should draw up pictures to accompany this wonderful tale!

    Uhhh…I don’t think I want to a picture of Scrotum’s bushy brow…

  3. #3 P. Lewis
    January 28, 2009

    Nor the family jewels [euphemism] and lordly mace [should be a euphemism]!

  4. #4 Bernard J.
    January 29, 2009

    This is the last paragraph in Monckey’s ‘paper’:

    For reasons of length, the present paper cannot consider the numerous and flagrant official as well as unofficial distortions, inflations and exaggerations of the supposed consequences of “global warming”: the present analysis has been confined only to the analysis of its imagined causes. This note should, however, be sufficient to convince the open-minded and diligent reader that, if so many artful steps have been and are being taken to falsify and exaggerate the scientific truth, perhaps the truth is not as those who are so ingeniously and persistently tampering with the science and the data would have us believe.
    Monckton of Brenchley
    Carie, Rannoch, Scotland, PH17 2QJ
    30 December 2008

    [My emphasis]

    At last, I understand. The viscantcount character is actually intented as a parody of AGW denialism.

    There can surely be no other explanation for the flagrant deception that is the concocted graph, and for the inability to reference real scientists.

    Unless of course this is simply an example of the maxim that there is no bottom to Stupid.

  5. #5 P. Lewis
    January 29, 2009

    _”Unless of course this is simply an example of the maxim that there is no bottom to Stupid.”_

    If Stupid has no bottom, then how does he defecate?

    Ah yes! Stupid spouts … which explains a lot.