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Posted at 11:19 AM ET, 12/29/2010

New Year resolutions

By Ann Telnaes

By Ann Telnaes  | December 29, 2010; 11:19 AM ET
Categories:  Economy and jobs  
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Do real scientists tell people to stop seeking information from any source?

Posted by: bignoisylawnmower | December 30, 2010 8:22 PM | Report abuse

lufrank1~~~I disagree. Global cooling will be the death of us. Not Global warming. What we should be most concerned about in present day is what might be taking place with our magnetosphere and the gravitational forces imposed upon this planet from other heavenly bodies. Surely you know what NASA has aggressively been watching.

Posted by: JONAHandtheFISH | December 30, 2010 7:03 PM | Report abuse

bignoisylawnmower,

Suggested resolution . . . put a lid on it . . . and/or TRY to understand that our increasingly aberrant Weather Pattern is, in fact, due to Global Warming.
A wise beginning would be to tune Fox "News" out.

Posted by: lufrank1 | December 30, 2010 3:38 PM | Report abuse

Let US hope and pray for better times in 2011. The Gulf oil spill and the Haitian earthquake were 2 major disasters that were downplayed. Especially since it has now been discovered that a large percentage of that oil now lies on the ocean floor.

There are those who are predicting other disasters to take place this next year. I hope that does not come true.

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Posted by: sdasdhahfda | December 30, 2010 4:29 AM | Report abuse

Ann, maybe Ruth Marcus could make a resolution to try and stop telling everybody else how to live? It's about time House members can use modern personal communications technology on the floor. Anything that lessens the monopoly of a free press equals more access for the people.

Posted by: jornolibist | December 29, 2010 10:14 PM | Report abuse

How about a resolution for liberal journalists who should be giving up the manmade global warming hoax? Picture all the manatees now swimming south of Florida to find warmer water and Gore with one of his convenient lie power point slides showing all the manatees living up in Cape Cod.

Posted by: bignoisylawnmower | December 29, 2010 8:45 PM | Report abuse

Voices in the Wilderness . . .
Telnaes, Toles . . . and commenters MyVoice3 and OckamsRazor.

Y'all (Southern for "You Guys") have a great 2011 AND keep up the good pictures and comments!

Posted by: lufrank1 | December 29, 2010 7:20 PM | Report abuse

Unfortunatly most resolutions are never kept and people usually figure new ways to abuse themselves and others. Lets hope we will look closely at ourselves in the mirror and change our ways!

Posted by: MyVoice3 | December 29, 2010 5:44 PM | Report abuse


Ann; Good Reminder...
Poetic justice is a big part of our present disastrous economy.
The sad part is that the people responsible are not paying the price; it is the poor and jobless who are suffering.
"What goes around comes around." The greedy will soon become the needy.
Dave

Posted by: OckamsRazor | December 29, 2010 5:01 PM | Report abuse

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