Friday, April 01, 2005

Seal Hunt Reduces Global Warming!

According to the latest issue of New Scientist, Fur could be altering the world’s climate.

Along with dandruff, algae, pollen, fungi, bacteria, viruses and various other “bio-aerosols” wafting around in the atmosphere, it may well be.

A global study has found that tiny fragments of biological detritus are a major component of the atmosphere, controlling the weather and forming a previously hidden microbial metropolis in the skies. Besides their climatic influence, they may even be spreading diseases across the globe.

The sealers are doing their part. The more seals they skin, the less “bio-aerosols” released, and the less global warming occurs. Come on Canada, lets all do our part. If every Canadian skinned One Tonne of animals, they would help protect the climate and have cleaner air.

Take the One Tonne challenge! (Suzuki, put that in your pipe and smoke it!)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROTFLMAO...Thats classic!

I've been using Head&Shoulders dandruff shampoo, I must be up to a few ounces by now. Oh yeah, I also ran over a skunk, he must have weighed a few pounds!


8:52 AM  
Blogger Ned said...

You have a unique perspective and a great sense of humour that greatly enriches the blogosphere. Definitely non PC. I really enjoy your site.

3:54 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Thanks Ned!
My teachers thought I was unique as well, they placed me in the unique class at school. Er, hold on a sec, that was the special class. Oh well, at least we looked unique with those hockey helmets we had to wear.

11:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny how they never gave us hockey sticks though?


12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny how they never gave us hockey sticks though eh?


12:31 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Rick Mercer is a cheap bastard...
Those new corbon ones would work swell!

11:12 PM  

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