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Gore Effect Strikes Again: Washington Post on global warming protester arrests: ‘In a touch of irony, the protest came on one of July’s most pleasant days, one distinguished by below-normal temperatures and uncommonly low humidity’

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Washington Post on global warming protester arrests yesterday: “In a touch of irony, the protest came on one of July’s most pleasant days, one distinguished by below-normal temperatures and uncommonly low humidity”

http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2013/07/washington-post-on-global-warming.html

55 arrests at pipeline protest – The Washington PostOrganizers said the demonstration was part of a campaign called “Summer Heat,” noting that the last half of July is statistically the year’s “hottest stretch.” In a touch of irony, the protest came on one of July’s most pleasant days, one distinguished by below-normal temperatures and uncommonly low humidity.

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