Groundhog Day reset by global warming

I guess this was inevitable.


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Yeah, they're already pouring in: everyone has a list of the best or worst of 2007. Most I couldn't care less about, but the Beast's 50 most loathsome people in America is at least primo grade-A disgust. The winners in this year's list weren't just predictable, they were inevitable.

You got spoofed!

It's OK James.

Of course it's hard to tell since most of what is put out by the Union of Concerned Scientists is a joke anyway.

You really think I would point to a webpage that discusses jokes on April 1, and not know that it was a joke? Unlike some, I actually read the material to which I point. --jh