Thursday, July 05, 2012

LYDIA CORNELL: TRIUMPH OVER TRAGEDY, HIGH HOPES

Please join us in Newport Beach on July 22, 2012 for the Eric Marienthal and Friends concert at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach to raise funds for High Hopes Head Injury Program ~ Ryan's Reach for victims of traumatic brain injury. 


Lydia Cornell invites you to the Eric Marienthal & Friends Jazz Concert at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach THIS SUNDAY, July 22, 2012 to raise funds for children and victims of traumatic brain injury High Hopes Head Injury Program and Ryan's Reach.

** Please note the change of date: it is JULY 22, not July 29.

JAZZ GREATS who have appeared in the past include: Johnny Mathis, Lou Rawls, David Benoit, David Koz, Al Jarreau, Debby Boone, Pat Boone, saxophonist Eric Marienthal and many more

About Lydia Cornell







Award-winning actress, author, teen mentor, talk show host, comedienne and public speaker, Lydia Cornell grew up in America’s living rooms. An international celebrity best known for her starring role as the daughter of TV legend Ted Knight (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Caddyshack) in the hit ABC series Too Close for Comfort, Cornell was one of the most popular sex symbols of the 80’s, playing virginal blonde bombshell cheerleader Sara Rush. The series airs daily on Tribune Broadcasting’s new channel Antenna TV. 

Charity Work

This year Lydia has worked with the Red Cross, Firefighters, Autism Awareness, and High Hopes — Pat Boone’s charity for traumatic spinal cord injury. She recently hosted a documentary for Safe Passage Home, an organization that gives extreme life makeovers to victims of domestic violence, for viewing on Oxygen network. Last fall she housed domestic abuse victims and cared for their children throughout the school year. With the help of the police, Cornell helped rescue a battered woman from a predator.
A mother of boys, she is stil raising teenagers (and their girlfriends, who confide in her about the most horrifying things, on a daily basis.) “At one time I had three boys and two dogs, including my husband, and they were all going through puberty. Then my husband left me for Gene Simmons. He went on the road with KISS. But so much comedy material came out of our marriage. And instead of holding onto the hurt, I choose to see it as a an a suspenseful adventure. Only the good remains in a broken relationship. The love doesn't go away.” She also did charity events with L.A. Team Mentoring (after school programs for underprivileged kids) and is developing a site for troubled teens called “The Answer Room.
 Triumph over Tragedy

Lydia Cornell is a women and children’s advocate, and an inspirational speaker on teen suicide prevention, domestic violence, Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bone disease) — as well as on drug, alcohol and Adderall[1] abuse. 
"Raising a child with brittle bone disease has been one of the most precious gifts of my life!" she says of her wonderful stepson.

Lydia endured a shattering personal tragedy when she found her younger brother’s body after a drug overdose. Sober now for 17 years, she speaks to recovery groups of up to 300 or more. She has done over 170 speaking engagements. Her talks are laced with poignant stories of transformation with an innate sense of humor and comic timing.


She spoke at Texas A&M for Domestic Violence Prevention KTAL 6 and has hosted two documentaries for Safe Passage Home.org — an organization that gives extreme life makeovers to victims of domestic abuse — which will be shown on Oxygen network. Last fall she housed several abuse victims and cared for their children throughout the school year. With the help of the police, Cornell helped rescue a battered woman, Cheri Hall Cramer, from a predator. The woman had been hit in the head with the claw-end of a hammer and left for dead. After recovering from a brain aneurysm, she is finally getting her life back on track. But because of her injuries, she was left destitute and literally "thrown away" by her husband, who has made it impossible for her to ever visit her children again. All she wants is to see her precious children, whom she has not seen in years. Justice must prevail.
Cornell speaks at high schools, hospitals, and women’s centers on overcoming grief, unemployment, sexism, ageism, depression, self-sabotage, obnoxious teenagers — and every imaginable hardship. Her talks are laced with poignant stories of transformation with an innate sense of comic timing. “If you can laugh at yourself you probably won’t kill yourself.”
Cornell’s triumph over tragedy, depression and addiction was the result of a ‘catastrophic spiritual awakening.’ “There is a reason so many celebrities are in rehab these days,” she says. Her experiences in overcoming a string of failures and humiliations inspired her to assist others with their own demons.
A mother of boys, she has been raising teenagers (and their girlfriends, who confide in her about the most troulesome things, on a daily basis.) “I have three boys and two dogs, including my husband, and they’re all going through puberty.” She also is a teen mentor and has a site for troubled teens called “The Answer Room.” She had an epiphany: ”Teenagers are not nice people,” she jokes. “But I think the Universe makes them into jerks so we don’t miss them so much when they’re gone! Or when they’re finally old enough to leave home.”

Best Actress nominee for AFI and Method Fest, People's Choice Award winner, and star of over 250 TV shows and films and episodes worldwide, Lydia Cornell was recently on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm; The Kelsey Grammer Comedy Hour; Variety’s Power of Comedy honoring Russell Brand; and movies with Robert Downey, Jr., Steven Tyler, Jon Bon Jovi, and The Mentalist’s Amanda Rhigetti. Classic credits include: Full House, Knight Rider, A-Team, Dukes of Hazzard, Hunter, Quantum Leap, Love Boat (5) Hotel (2); T.J.Hooker, Simon & Simon, Charlie’s Angels; Hardball; The Red Tide with Oscar winners James Earl Jones and Jose Ferrer and Lila Kedrova.


News and credits include:

In Google's Top Trends Yahoo Finance News' Most Viewed News Stories right behind William Buffett in the top ten. 
• With 20-35 million viewers each week on ABC primetime, Too Close for Comfort is back nightly on Tribune Broadcasting's comedy channel, and has been in worldwide syndication for over 25 years and recently began airing again on Tribune, WGN and in top markets nationwide.
• Received the USO Distinguished Service Award for Beirut war zone trip for troops.
• Known for her knife-sharp humor on HBO, in standup comedy concerts, and on morning-drive radio, Cornell has been called: “A fresh voice; one of the most original voices in America today.”
• Had a feud with Ann Coulter; interviewed Elizabeth Edwards and Sen. John Edwards.
• Interviewed Pulitzer Prize Winners, White House advisers, presidential candidates, Senators, Congressmen and women, and bestselling authors for her award-winning radio show
• Has written over 350 articles on politics, women’s issues, pop culture, spirituality, religion, sex, divorce.
• Wrote an international thriller on the Stalin’s plot to kill Trotsky.
• HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm with Larry David
• Kelsey Grammer – Bill Zucker Comedy Hour with Scott Baio
• Hosted red carpet live stream for TODHD at Variety’s Power of Comedy honoring Russell Brand, with Justin Long, Helen Mirren; Garry Shandling, Sarah Silverman; Melissa Etheridge; Patton Oswalt; BJ. Novak; Aziz Ansari, Lake Bell, Donald Glover; Dylan McDermott; the cast of Outsourced, benefitted The Noreen Fraser Foundation for breast cancer research.
• Lydia costars with Robert Downey, Jr., Steven Tyler, Jon Bon Jovi, Cloris Leachman, Malcolm McDowell, and Gary Oldman in Dean Grakal’s indie Me, Miami and Nancy which just won The Park City Film Festival.
• Lydia co-stars in Director Jordan Alan’s Cats Dancing on Jupiter with The Mentalist’s Amanda Rhigetti, Ashley Hamilton, Richard Grieco, Keith Coogan
• She is in talks with Dancing with the Stars.
• Lydia Cornell's blog - a triple Koufax nominee for best writing, recipient of the Thinking Blogger Award and winner of the Freedom Award and three World Report Awards, is “a consistentlyought-provoking firecracker of pointed socio-political commentary and observant, caustic wit.” (Yahoo News.)
• Cornell has crashed, burned, and seen it all. She rose from the depths of suicidal despair in an astounding resurrection. Cornell's upcoming inspirational comic memoir is a story of having to play dumb to get ahead as a woman iood. It’s about falling apart, sliding and crashing headlong into humiliation in Hollywood, New York, Monte Carlo, Beirut and beyond. “It's about how I ruined my life, behaved like an idiot, crumbled from rejection — but against all odds, kept “falling up.”
• Author – book release in 2011 the first in a series to be produced for film and TV
• She did 22 speaking engagements 2008-2011 and spoke at Texas A&M on overcoming domestic violence and did a documentary for Safe Passage, a battered women’s shelter.
• Venus Conspiracy – written and directed by Lydia Cornell, costarring Deborah Van Valkenburgh, who played her sister on Too Close for Comfort
• Pain is Inevitable, Sex Optional – on stage in her original three-woman show
• Political Voices of Women Best Writing Awards ~ World Report Award, Thinking Blogger Award; Weblog Award and Double Koufax Nominee.
• Standup: Improv, Laugh Factory, Las Vegas at the Riviera, Sahara; opening for Paul Rodriguez at Pechanga 1500 seat theater
• Yahoo! Finance News: Lydia Cornell interviews World Leaders, Pulitzer Prize Winners, White House and Presidential Candidates for new Radio Show
• Radio Show Co-Host on KLAV 1250 AM morning drive Las Vegas' Entertainment talk show for 2 years.
• Founder of Comedy Dance Film Festival co-sponsored by Saturday Night Live alum Jon Lovitz, in conjunction with CityWalk Universal in 2011 (*TBA)




"Lydia Cornell is an award-winning actress, writer, comedienne, and talk-radio host best known for her role as "Sara Rush” - Ted Knight's dazzlingly beautiful yet stereotypically dumb blonde daughter on ABC's '80s hit sitcom, “Too Close for Comfort.” Lydia starred in over 250 TV shows & films including Curb Your Enthusiasm, Full House, Dukes of Hazzard, Knight Rider, A-Team, Hunter, Hardball, Hotel (2), Love Boat (6), Fantasy Island, T.J. Hooker and the pilot of the cult series Quantum Leap with Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell. She signed hundreds of autographs at their convention earlier this year in Los Angeles. She co-starred with three Oscar winners James Earl Jones, Jose Ferrer and Lila Kedrova in The Red Tide, shot in the Greek Isles.


Miscellaneous:


John Conley, a disabled Marine combat vet, sent her his Purple Heart for her courage in standing up to Ann Coulter's 'extermination speak'


Cornell is a Synesthete and has Synesthesia, artists, musicians and writers (including V. Nabokov, John Mayer and David Hockney) who see colors when hearing sounds, and see numbers and letters in color. The World Symposium on Synesthesia convened in Belgium last year.


Lydia stars in several award-winning indie films: Miss Supreme Queen (AFI);  Damage Done; Happy Holidaze from the Joneses; Me, Miami and Nancy; Venus Conspiracy. 



NEW articles: 


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/25/kelsey-grammer-ponzi-scheme_n_1624450.html
PLEASE JOIN US on July 22, 2012, next Sunday in Newport Beach to raise funds for  victims of TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY. Please post it every where, to help promote the event. Lydia recorded this at the Pat Boone Classic golf fund raiser at Coto de Caza for Ryan's Reach and High Hopes.  Ryan is Pat Boone's grandson, who fell off a building when he was a teenager. 

www.LydiaCornell.com




52 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:39 PM

    http://youtu.be/16K6m3Ua2nw

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  2. Anonymous10:47 PM

    This is the bio for charity events, mainly the upcoming JAZZ festival for HIGH HOPES.

    Please help traumatic brain injured victims.
    Thank you

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  3. Anonymous6:20 AM

    At least that's one injury johnny or voltron will never have to worry about, being as you'd first have to have one in order to injure it.

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  4. Anonymous6:51 PM

    "you, sorority girl.

    Just in case you accidentally wander into a voting booth, there's some things you should know, and one of them is, there's absolutely no evidence to support the statement that we're the greatest country in the world.

    We're 7th in literacy, 27th in math, 22nd in science, 49th in life expectancy, 178th in infant mortality, 3rd in median household income, number 4 in labor force, and number 4 in exports.

    We lead the world in only 3 categories....number of incarcerated citizens per capita, number of adults who believe angels are real, and defense spending, where we spend more than the next 26 countries combined.....,..25 of whom are allies.

    Now, none of this is the fault of a 20 year old College student.

    But you, nonetheless, are without a doubt a member of the worst,... period...,... generation,... period ever,...period.

    So when you ask, "what makes us the greatest country in the world?" .....,..I don't know what the fuck you're talking about.....

    ...Yosemite?

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  5. Anonymous6:54 PM

    ".....we sure used to be.

    We stood up for what was right.

    We fought for moral reasons.

    We passed laws, struck down laws for moral reasons.

    We waged wars on poverty, not poor people.

    We sacrificed, we cared about our neighbors. We put our money where our mouths were.

    And we never beat our chest.

    We built great big things, made ungodly technological advances, explored the universe, cured diseases, and we cultivated the world's greatest artists and the world's greatest economy.

    We reached for the stars,...we acted like men.

    We aspired to intelligence, we didn't belittle it, it didn't make us feel inferior.

    We didn't identify by who we voted for in our last election.

    And we didn't... we didn't scare so easily.

    We were able to be all these things, and to do all these things, because we were informed....by great men,... men who were revered.

    First step in solving any problem, is recognizing there is one.

    America is not the greatest country in the world anymore.....

    ...enough?"

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    1. Anonymous8:17 AM

      That was such a thought provoking speech by
      actor Jeff Daniels on the new HBO series Newsroom
      and he was exactly right! I love this great intelligent
      new show by Aaron Soorlin! It reminds me of Oscar
      winning film Network from the 1970's. We better stop
      being so damn poligically correct, wake up and start
      solving America's real problems like we used to
      ..the speech was a great warning that hopefully lights a
      fire towards this cause!

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  6. Anonymous6:57 PM

    http://youtu.be/16K6m3Ua2nw

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  7. Anonymous3:48 PM

    Here's the problem with the "cheap shot" politics candidates are obsessed with today.

    These "negative attack ads" the candidates launch not only make the candidate launching them look bad, they often make them look stupid and dishonest.

    Case in point? The Obama campaigns current attacks on Mitt Romney for "outsourcing jobs to China".

    Turns out, Factcheck.org has debunked this as not credible, at least with regards to Romney himself.

    Yet the Obama campaign is still launching them.

    Same thing of course in the Romney camp, when they're busy attacking Obama for the same type of medical program he himself created in Massachusetts when he was governor.

    Maybe its time to stop the negative campaigns telling us how much we need to fear the other guy, and start telling us why we should want to vote for you.

    If you're worth voting for, you should be able to tell us why.

    Fear mongering and attack ads make the candidates and our country look petty, ugly and downright stupid.

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  8. GLOBAL WORFING1:04 PM

    Heat Wave Causes U.S. Airways Plane To Get Stuck In Tarmac At Reagan National Airport (PHOTO)

    The Huffington Post | By Timothy Stenovec

    Posted: 07/08/2012 2:34 pm Updated: 07/08/2012 2:49 pm

    A U.S. Airways flight at Reagan National Airport bound for Charleston, S.C. was delayed on Friday after it got stuck in a soft spot on the tarmac, apparently caused by extremely high temperatures, the The Washington Post reports.

    According to Michelle Mohr, a U.S. Airways spokesperson, the 50-seat regional jet got stuck when the electric tug cart was unable to push it from the gate because the jet's wheels had sunk into the tarmac.

    In an effort to reduce the weight of the plane and free it, the luggage was unloaded and the 35 passengers and 3 crew members deplaned, Mohr said. But that still didn't work, and it wasn't until crews brought in a cart normally used on a much larger aircraft that the plane was freed and able to get on its way.

    The flight was delayed for about three hours.

    A photo posted to the social news site Reddit that is purported to show the plane's wheels sunken has been viewed nearly 850,000 times. Mohr confirmed to The Huffington Post that the aircraft's registration number in the picture matches the airline that got stuck on Friday.

    Mohr told HuffPost that in her more than six years with U.S. Airways, this is the first time she's heard of something like this happening.

    "It was a pretty unusual event," she said, "but we're looking at some pretty unusual temperatures."

    Indeed, Bloomberg reports that more than 2,400 high-temperature records were broken in the U.S. over the past 11 days.

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  9. GLOBAL WORFING4:59 PM

    D.C. Metro Derailment: Excessive Heat To Blame

    07/07/2012 5:36 pm Updated: 07/07/2012 11:44 pm

    Why did three Metro cars derail during rush hour on Friday?

    Excessive heat.

    On Saturday, the tenth day in a row with temperatures over 95 degrees in the D.C. area, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority released a statement saying that investigators think this summer's heatwave likely caused a "heat kink" in the tracks, which in turn caused the derailment:

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  10. GLOBAL WORFING5:02 PM

    Planes sinking into runways.

    Train tracks warping and causing derailments.

    Massive extreme storms killing people and knocking out power to millions on a continental level...

    But hey, the Tea Party says global warming isn't a problem ...and....


    ....they're really smart so....

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  11. GLOBAL WORFING2:50 PM

    Warmest Half Year On Record For U.S. Mainland, NOAA 'State Of The Climate' Reports


    The Huffington Post | By Joanna Zelman Posted: 07/09/2012 4:10 pm Updated: 07/09/2012 4:18 pm



    Yes, it really is getting hot out there. A new report finds that the past 12 months have been the warmest on record for the mainland United States.

    According to the NOAA National Climatic Data Center's "State of the Climate: National Overview for June 2012" report released Monday, the 12-month period from July 2011 to June 2012 was the warmest on record (since recordkeeping began in 1895) for the contiguous United States, with a nationally-averaged temperature of 56.0 degrees, 3.2 degrees higher than the long-term average.

    According to the report, every single state in the contiguous U.S. except for Washington saw warmer-than-average temperatures during this time period. The period from January to June of this year also has been the warmest first half of a year on record for the U.S. mainland.

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  12. Anonymous4:38 PM

    After seeing the character of the trolls laughing at the death of 23 people from this heat, its not surprising they deny global warming.

    With absolutely zero character or common decency its not unusual that they'd be out shilling for big oil to burn up the planet. After all, they'll be gone so and they obviously could give a crap about who has to live in the mess they made.

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  13. Anonymous4:39 PM

    Every time I make the mistake of thinking their might be a human being underneath all that bile, they go out of their way to prove otherwise.

    Wonder if I'll ever learn?

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  14. Flavius Gluteus Maximus Worfeus8:49 AM

    The trolls didn't seem to like it though.


    Too honest for their partisan mentality.

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  15. Flavius Gluteus Maximus Worfeus said...8:56 AM

    If you go into youtube and look at the comments for that speech, everyone except the right wingers are cheering it.

    The right wing tea party types however are saying their usual lame mindless tripe like "if you don't think America's the greatest country in the world then leave it!".

    Usual mindless tripe because these types don't want to work across the aisle. They don't want compromise as we see in here.

    All they want is everything "their way", and if they can't have it they'll tear it all down rather than compromise.

    That's the problem.

    Getting the moderates and reasonable people on both sides to come together, is going to be the answer.

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  16. NOAA links extreme weather to climate change

    On Tuesday, for the first time, government scientists are saying recent extreme weather events are likely connected to man-made climate change. It's the conclusion of a report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    The report says last year's record drought in Texas was made "
    roughly 20 times more likely" because of man-made climate change, specifically meaning warming that comes from greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide. The study, requested by NOAA, looked at 50 years of weather data in Texas and concluded that man-made warming had to be a factor in the drought.

    The head of NOAA's climate office, Tom Karl, said: "What we're seeing, not only in Texas but in other phenomena in other parts of the world, where we can't explain these events by natural variability alone. They're just too rare, too uncommon."

    Aside from the Texas drought, NOAA called the entire year of 2011 the year of extreme weather events, starting in Joplin, Missouri.

    -January to June 2012 warmest first half of any year on record

    -Drought reaches record 56 percent of continental U.S. …

    NOAA made a point of saying in their study that the climate change they've identified is man-made.

    Going back 50 years, they know what temperature and dryness conditions are associated with Texas drought. When they put that in the computer, nothing explained the intensity and duration of what we saw last year in Texas until they factored in the added heat coming from climate change.

    You're going to see a lot of scientists criticizing this as a guess, but NOAA for the first time is arguing that this is science.


    wingnuts head explode in 3 ... 2 ... 1 ...

    Then voltron tries his nuh-huh lies, and mook mook tries posting his innocuous bulle-schiza to lamely attempt a distraction from the science.

    Too bad the science is still the same;

    The planet is warming FASTER then any IPCC senario,

    especially the arctic.

    The result is the clkimate is changing in ways most people are not or cannot prepare for in the coming decades.

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  17. GLOBAL WORFING11:11 AM

    U.S. declares drought-stricken states largest natural disaster area ever

    By Dylan Stableford,

    Yahoo! News | The Lookout – 3 hrs ago

    The United States Department of Agriculture has declared natural disaster areas in more than 1,000 counties and 26 drought-stricken states, making it the largest natural disaster in America ever.

    The declaration—which covers roughly half of the country—gives farmers and ranchers devastated by drought access to federal aid, including low-interest emergency loans.

    "Agriculture remains a bright spot in our nation's economy," U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Wednesday while announcing the assistance program. "We need to be cognizant of the fact that drought and weather conditions have severely impacted farmers around the country."

    According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, more than half the country (56 percent) experienced drought conditions—the largest percentage in the 12-year history of the service. And according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the period from January through June was "the warmest first half of any year on record for the contiguous United States."

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  18. GLOBAL WORFING11:13 AM

    Aren't those farmers and the rest of us lucky that we have a couple of idiotic internet mooks like Johnny and Voltron to tell us all how none of this is really happening?

    : |


    Otherwise folks might start to worry...

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  19. GLOBAL WORFING11:16 AM

    When Voltron's hair catches fire, he'll just tell us "....no no....I not on fire, ...I just died it blonde...."...

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  20. WORFONIOS PIZZERIA11:17 AM

    Voltron said...

    ....."......those aren't blisters......I"m just wearing a mozzarella helmet...."....

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  21. From voltron's own link;

    The longer answer is that it will go down in history as one of the hottest and longest-lasting early summer heat waves in U.S. history, and by at least one measure, it was the record setter in every sense of the phrase.

    It was also a clear taste of what’s to come as the climate continues to warm due to manmade global warming.

    (snip)

    One thing I’m curious about is whether the atmospheric conditions that led to this heat wave were as unusual as what took place during past hot summers. We already know from studies that global warming makes it more likely that heat extremes will occur.

    Given the background warming that has already taken place in the U.S. and elsewhere, it’s reasonable to think that while a record-breaking heat wave used to require a massive, unusually powerful dome of high pressure in order to occur, now the same record could be set with a weaker weather system.


    Damn are you making this easy voltron.

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  22. So unlike the earlier records, a much less powerful high pressure dome created the record high temps.

    This doesn't bode well if we get a record high pressure dome like the 30's record temps were created under .... cause then we would be faced with even higher temps which would cause much more damage and weather related problems,

    I guess voltron doesn't understand this.

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  23. Remember voltron it is about ALL the science, not just the things you can cherry pick to prop up your extreme right wing political ideology.

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  24. GLOBAL WORFING4:11 PM

    Note how the troll has to say "fellow libs" like the mental midget it is.

    Note that the ONLY ones denying global warming are the ignorant, anti science mental midgets of the tea party republicans.

    No one else has a problem accepting science from the scientists except these far right wing tin foil hat wearing twits.

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  25. GLOBAL WORFING4:12 PM

    And as usual, because this snibbling little twit can't address the facts, has to paint me as a liberal so he can try to make it seem as if only liberals endorse it.

    He does this, to take the spotlight off the glaring fact that its only the partisan right wing rubes of his inbred party of anti science throwbacks, who deny it.

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  26. My life has both meaning & purpose again......Big Brother 2012 premieres tonight!

    :D

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  27. As usual, mook mook posting his innocuous bulle-schiza, with which he tries to use to derail the thread from the FACT AGW is happening and scientists are able to relate extreme weather to the man made global warming.

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  28. I didn't say I agreed with the article, it's just they have a little bit cooler perspective than you chicken little's running around screaming the sky is falling.

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  29. And Worfy, only liberals DO endorse it.

    As far as you not being a liberal, that's a distinction without a difference.

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  30. WORFWILLWHOOPURAZZ8:36 PM

    See? The little scumbag wants to pretend the entire scientific community including NASA, is liberal.

    He wants to pretend every country across the planet who've long since passed the United States on addressing global warming,... is liberal.

    And of course he has to pretend I'm a liberal, which is just one more of this big mouthed morons, lies.

    Because that's the only way this little prick, can sell his anti science right wing crap.

    Too bad for this scumbag, no one in here's as dumb as him, huh?

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  31. Anonymous8:38 PM

    And the only "chicken little" punk, is you, who suckles off the teat of your big oil masters.

    When you grow brain and can think for yourself, come talk to me.

    In the meantime, you can crawl back into that neoconservative shitheap you crawled of.

    No one here buys into your garbage anymore.

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  32. only liberals DO endorse it.

    .... of course the following scientific groups;

    InterAcademy Council

    European Academy of Sciences and Arts

    International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences

    Network of African Science Academies

    Royal Society of New Zealand

    Royal Society of the United Kingdom

    Polish Academy of Sciences

    American Chemical Society

    American Institute of Physics

    American Physical Society

    Australian Institute of Physics

    European Physical Society

    European Science Foundation

    Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological Societies

    American Geophysical Union

    American Society of Agronomy

    Crop Science Society of America

    Soil Science Society of America

    European Federation of Geologists

    European Geosciences Union

    Geological Society of America

    Geological Society of London

    International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

    National Association of Geoscience Teachers

    American Meteorological Society

    Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

    Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences

    Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

    Royal Meteorological Society

    World Meteorological Organization

    American Quaternary Association

    International Union for Quaternary Research

    97–98% of the most published climate researchers say humans are causing global warming. LINK

    In a study 97.4% of publishing specialists in climate change say that human activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures

    LINK

    B-b-b-u-u-u-t-t-t ...........

    according to volty they are

    alllllll evil liberals,

    not real scientists studing the earth and the climate we are changing with our activity.

    So says the guy caught plagerising and lying here .............

    more then once.

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  33. VOLTRONS TIN FOIL CAP8:42 PM

    ".....gee....just cuz everyone in the world cept us inbreds are addressing global warming...doesn't mean its not some massive librul conspiracy....



    ........they're all in on it"

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  34. WORFEUS - PURVEYOR OF FINE ALUMINUM FOIL HEADGEAR9:06 PM

    And remember tin foil boy,

    ...just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

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  35. Anonymous8:37 AM

    Global warming is all about using the environment to implement communism. Simple as that.

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  36. WORFEUS PURVEYOR OF FINE TIN FOIL HABERDASHERY5:33 PM

    Global warming is all about using the environment to implement communism. Simple as that.


    You know clif, I've got me an idea.


    We could probably defeat global warming if we could just get all these tin foil hat wearing nut cases to go outside whenever the suns shining, all wearing their finest tin foil noggin crowns of course.

    This I think might reflect enough sunlight back into the atmosphere as to penetrate the CO2 blanket thus helping to cool the planet.

    :)

    So whadda ya think?


    Am I onto something here?

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  37. WORFEUS LAUGHEUS5:38 PM

    "Communism".

    lol, what an embarrassment they must be to their school systems.

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  38. WORFEUS AND HIS SECRET GOVERMENT ISSUED MIND RAY BRAIN CONTROL MACHINE7:45 PM

    Voltrons Tin Foil Cap said...

    "Global warming is all about using the environment to implement communism. Simple as that."


    Yes, they want to get everyone driving electric cars, ....that way they can more easily disseminate their secret goverment mind waves to the population, ....turning us all into communistic zombies, simply by using the electrical fields generated by everyday traffic.


    You know...you tin foil loonies might be onto something there.


    In fact I think I saw something about that recently in a trustworthy publication.....the "National Enquirer".

    Or was it "The Globe"?


    : |


    ...say....you wouldn't happen to have a spare one of those shiny caps on you by any chance, would you?...

    Guess it can't hurt to play it safe, huh?

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  39. Well you know Worfy, they've already established that the government can tell private citizens what they MUST buy. And of course they'll have to regulate all of our actions in the interest of stopping climate change...

    Oh and the National Enquirer? Didn't they break the John Edwards baby daddy story? And if I remember correctly they and Drudge both lead on the Monica Lewinsky story.

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  40. WORFEUS THE ENQUIRER8:21 PM

    And there you have it folks.....straight from the horses mouth....

    ....or at least one part of its anatomy....


    Mister Reynolds Wrap noodle himself, like the rest of his Tea Party loonies....gets their science from not politicians as I'd originally surmised....no sir.

    They get it, ...from the National Enquirer.

    : |


    Who knew?

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  41. WORFEUS THE ENQUIRER8:24 PM

    And yes "volty"...even a broken watch is right twice a day.

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  42. WORFEUS SON OF CHEETAH8:27 PM

    But considering they also routinely run stories like "Elvis is alive and living in a secret alien built bunker under the White House" and "Monkey boy fathers piglet twins", ....I'd be a little hesitant to base any scientific conclusions on it.

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  43. WORFEUS PURVEYOR OF KOSHER ALUMINUM HEADGEAR8:33 PM

    But feel free to continue to do so yourself.


    Just make sure that Reynolds Wrap yamaka is on nice and snug around your scalp.

    :|

    Never know when they'll point that thing your way.

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  44. You're thinking of the "Weekly World News"...

    And you're just mad cause they outted you as Bat Boy.

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  45. Worfy?

    They did leave out "moon" though, It' should've read "Moon-Bat Boy"...

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  47. THE WEEKLY WORLD WORFEUS9:13 PM

    Voltrons Tin Foil Hat said...

    You're thinking of the "Weekly World News"...





    I'll defer to your knowledge on the subject since you're obviously the resident expert on Tabloid journalism.

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  48. WORFEUS AND HIS AMAZING BATMOBILE11:25 PM

    As for my being "bat boy", coming from a tin foil hat wearing pansy who thinks NASA is less credible than the National Enquirer....well.....I'll take that as a compliment.

    When I start appearing normal to tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theory kooks like you....that's when I'll start to worry.

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