This just in: AMGer Vic Berardelli has internet evidence of snow fall in the Dakotas.
Sioux Falls, S.D. set a record for Nov. 5 with 5.7 inches of snow last Tuesday.
Even more telling is this notice from the National Weather Service:
this will mark a new record for the fewest number of days between the last 4+” snowfall in the Spring and the first 4+” snowfall in the Fall. This year will only be 197 days, which would break the old record of 203 days set in 1970, and would be a full 100 days shorter than the average of 297 days for the period of record since 1893.
Al Gore has not been heard from.
This fortunate bit of anecdotal evidence will allow Vic to ignore the scientific truth of global climate change for at least another 6 weeks, at which time he will hopefully realize that it is cold in Maine in December. At that point all reason to question thousands of scientists working hundreds of thousands of man-hours, trekking across the globe, and launching multi-billion dollar satellites to collect billions of data points will continue to be irrelevant to Vic because, yes, it will always snow somewhere around the world on any given day.
In other news, Vic had a solid shit today so we can all assume he will never have diarrhea.