Professor Kari Norgaard, who is currently appearing at the ‘Planet Under Pressure’ conference in London, has presented a paper in which she argues that “cultural resistance” to accepting the premise that humans are responsible for climate change “must be recognized and treated” as an aberrant sociological behavior.Recognised and treated, huh? Lemme tell you about "recognized and treated".
When I saw the picture of the good professor, the first thing I thought was, "She needs to get those teeth floated." Anyone who's been in the horse business knows that for an equine to be thrifty with their food, the teeth must be floated so that the grinding action is consistent.
While I had her at the vet, I'd go ahead and have her fit for a hackamore. Then all we'd need is a good blanket, and check her gait. Maybe we could teach her to neck-rein.
Aberrant sociological behavior, indeed.
I'd hate to waste a good steel rasp on those teeth. Although she looks like the type who might favor a riding crop and hunt boots.
She looks like she was kicked in the head by a mule when she was little. Normally kicking a Norwegian kid in the head just ticks 'er off for a while with no appreciable damage, but if she was young enough and her skull hadn't thickened up, well..........
As Dad used to say in a mock Scandihoovian accent...
"Vi oh Vi iz der zo many more orzis azzis den der iz orzis?"
LOL! I'll put the twitch on her. Grab the rasp!!
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