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    Scroll down till you see the graph, which explains it all:
    http://www.venganza.org/about/open-letter/
     
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    Stunning evidence!

    Quite factual indeed since everyone knows the first ever "Global Pirate Census" took place in 1818. Although the number (17) of pirates today doesn't include MLB's Pittsburgh franchise, nor the fact that 4 of the 'final 17' didn't attend this years "Plunder Con 2006" in the Hampton Beach casino Ball room. The trend presented by this graph is astounding. BREED PIRATES....BREEEEEEEEEED!
     
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    Quite stunning indead! The world need's to realize this problem ... how come Pirates (Excluding Pittsburg (Both city and baseball franchise)) are not on the endangered species list!?
     
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    hahahaha !
     
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    Hey, that makes a helluva lot more sense than what the global warming alarmists are always telling us. When we have a warm December, people blame it on global warming. Then when we have a freezing cold January/February, they also blame that on global warming. When we have a busy hurricane season in 2005, they blame that on global warming. Then when we have a ridiculously slow hurricane season, they also blame that on global warming.

    Oh, and then they get on their high horses and ivory towers condescendingly tell us all that the rest of us just don't understand how things work.
     
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    It pains me to say this, but you bring up a good point. Scientists who are actually concerned about global warming are also concerned about people who blame everything on global warming (like the warm weather we had this year).

    Global warming isn't evident in our day to day lives (we're only talking a few degrees over a century or more), where it's evident is the shrinking ice caps, vanishing coastal shelves, and the extinction of species that rely on those habitats.

    Those are all real, serious problems, but global warming has also become a catch-all phrase that's used where it doesn't belong, and that hurts the cause as much as the people who deny it.
     
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    Jeah....

    HUGE difference between 'weather' and 'climate'....ask one of the remaining 17 pirates.
     
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