Climate change in three acts

About peNdantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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10 Responses to Climate change in three acts

  1. Gail says:

    You do know I meant I stole it from you, right? You are just having a spell of that odd British self-deprecating Pythonish humor right?

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  2. What a creative little performance! Absolutely wonderful. It just makes you want to watch it.

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    • pendantry says:

      Glad you enjoyed it, Goldie. And glad that you commented, as that prompted me to watch this short video again (a decade after I’d posted this), I’d forgotten all about it. I’m saddened to be reminded that we’re still headed in completely the wrong direction.

      P.S. You considered the video ‘wonderful’, but didn’t ‘like’ the post? Care to comment on why? (I’m intrigued why it is that visitors won’t hesitate to ‘like’ current posts, but, even though they will visit old ones, more often than not they don’t ‘like’ them.)

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      • I ‘like’ posts very rarely.
        Many have asked me about this and I have to say that I find it quite amusing. Some have decided to stop liking my posts in return, which I am not really phased that much by. I understand that they might feel it’s not ‘fair.’

        Years ago, I was annoyed by spam likers (yes, quite a problem to have, lol), who hit the button only to try and get me to visit their blogs and like their content. I did not like that sort of trickery. I’m not a fan of the liking culture of social media. The second part to the answer is that I enjoy engaging in a disourse. I find it a lot more productive than mechanical liking.

        Every now and again, I will hit like but only when I feel a strong urge to do so.

        I understand that my limited use of the like button upsets people and, whenever asked, I try to re-think my take on it but… it never goes anywhere. What if at some point I don’t like someone’s post? Think what that’s gonna do… So, for now, risking my own stats, I will stick to paying the most attention to comments.

        Yes, my take on it all is a very controversial one.

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