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Sunday, 28 February 2010

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Another Typically Steamy Day In February

New York, NY-- This February has been the hottest one ever recorded, according to Al Gore and the IPCCC (Idiotic People Can't Concentrate Clearly). Scientists at the IPCCC say it's fortunate February only has 28 days, otherwise the North Pole could have melted. The scientists expect March to be "even hotter, because it has 31 days."

Although there was heavy snowfall across most of North America and Europe, the IPCCC says it only made the world hotter.

"That blanket of snow acts like insulation. It makes the Earth nice and cozy. Then you have all of the sunlight reflecting off the snow, too. That warms things up." said Nobel Prize Winner algore. "If it doesn't snow--it's Global Warming. If it snows--it's also Global Warming. A child can understand this, so why can't you?" reasoned the ex-Vice President.

The IPCCC also made note of the high temperatures experienced throughout South America and Australia in February.

"I know it was real hot in Brazil, that's where I was on vacation for two months. Everyone was wearing bathing suits." said the algore, apparently unaware that February is a Summer month in the Southern Hemisphere.

The IPCCC plans to keep monitoring the weather. It already has reports written about March, April and May being the hottest months ever recorded.

"We're real, real smart at the IPCCC." said the algore. "We know what the weather will be for the next 100 years--hotter!" said the moron.

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