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Dave B

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« on: 02-27-2006 11:55 »
« Last Edit on: 02-27-2006 11:55 »

Right you know on "A Big Piece of Garbage" when the mayor says to the group in his office that he hopes the big piece of garbage heading towards Earth isn't a phenomanome (or something to that effect) like second hand smoke or Global Warming well then on a later episode of The "Crimes of the Hot" it explains how Earth has been preventing Global warming since 2000 and something by depositing a giant cube of ice into the sea every so often which when the ice ran out results in the sudden intense global warming on "Crimes of the Hot". So the Earthicans obviously knew Global warming was true and occuring for all of this time, for just under 1000 years time!

So why does the Mayor say that Global warming isn't true when it has been known for all of this time????????      smile

Brain: It appears we are in the presence of the fabled one, but without his Scooty-Puff Jr he cannot escape ha ha ha, huh!

Brain: A quantum-interphase bomb, are you insane in the membrane!?

Fry: You got it poindexter!

SpaceCase

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« Reply #1 on: 02-27-2006 12:10 »

<Sarcasm>
Well, this might be a stretch, bu-u-u-u-t...

Maybe it was a joke?
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TomAllen

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« Reply #2 on: 02-27-2006 12:17 »

Yeah, I mean, come on!  How can you doubt the pronouncements of someone as serious as Mayor Poopenmeyer?
Teral

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« Reply #3 on: 02-27-2006 14:12 »

Mayor Poopenmeyer is a politician, not a scientist. I wouldn't place much confidence in his word when the subject is science.

Maybe he was fooled by how easily the first global warming was cancelled out by nuclear winter.
futz
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« Reply #4 on: 02-27-2006 14:31 »

Which gets strange because in another episode Leela says "...and you guys never had a single nuclear war."

Probably a gag like when Woody Allen wakes up in "Sleeper" The doctor gives him a cigarette and milk shake and says "deep fat and nicotene are the best things for a person".

Who knows, it just came out a few weeks ago that high fiber diets are pointless as far as prevention.
soylentOrange

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« Reply #5 on: 02-27-2006 16:53 »

 
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Originally posted by futz:
Which gets strange because in another episode Leela says "...and you guys never had a single nuclear war."

that doesnt mean there wasn't a nuclear war, it just means it was after Fry's time.  maybe around the time the aliens wiped out New York?
Dave B

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« Reply #6 on: 02-27-2006 17:11 »
« Last Edit on: 02-27-2006 17:11 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
Mayor Poopenmeyer is a politician, not a scientist. I wouldn't place much confidence in his word when the subject is science.

Maybe he was fooled by how easily the first global warming was cancelled out by nuclear winter.

lol that is true he is more on the politician side of looking at things but the thing I would have thought would be that Professor Farnsworth would have corrected him or something... as it seemed like everyone else agreed with him...? I mean out of the 4 you thought one of them would have said "Well actually... etc etc" especially Professor Farnsworth lol.

As it is quite an important aspect of the environment, but ahh welll... lol   big grin

Brain: It appears we are in the presence of the fabled one, but without his Scooty-Puff Jr he cannot escape ha ha ha, huh!

Brain: A quantum-interphase bomb, are you insane in the membrane!?

Fry: You got it poindexter!

Yardstick2006

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« Reply #7 on: 02-27-2006 17:23 »

The Professer was too busy worring about the garbage ball and probly didnt hear him.
TomAllen

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« Reply #8 on: 03-03-2006 13:49 »

Huh-hrm-whah?  Did you say something?  It's time for my nap, darn you!
Chrys

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« Reply #9 on: 03-05-2006 13:00 »

A further thing on this issue: the ice, sooner or later, melts, and it displaces water. Shouldn't this raise the ocean's level? And another thing: Planet Express seems to be situated in downtown NNY, that is Manhattan or somewhere close, right next to the water which in New New York is either the East River or the Hudson River, both connected to the Atlantic. Why didn't the Planet Express Building get flooded as well? Questions... so many questions...

"Birds don't crawl."
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Dave B

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« Reply #10 on: 03-05-2006 15:13 »
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Originally posted by Chrys:
A further thing on this issue: the ice, sooner or later, melts, and it displaces water. Shouldn't this raise the ocean's level? And another thing: Planet Express seems to be situated in downtown NNY, that is Manhattan or somewhere close, right next to the water which in New New York is either the East River or the Hudson River, both connected to the Atlantic. Why didn't the Planet Express Building get flooded as well? Questions... so many questions...


Yeah there are!!!   tongue I thought about that melting thing too?????? Wierd...
TomAllen

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« Reply #11 on: 03-13-2006 13:56 »

Ah, but greenhouse gases would evaporate the water from the ocean and put it into the atmosphere, where, well, apparently our handsomest politicians figured out that more blocks of ice would cancel the greenhouse effect of water vapor out.

Thus solving the problem once and for all.  Once and for all!
miss_bender

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« Reply #12 on: 03-13-2006 14:22 »

maybe no one told the mayor about global warming and he didn't care to ask why he had to hire someoe to put an ice cube in the ocean.
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #13 on: 03-13-2006 19:53 »
« Last Edit on: 03-13-2006 19:53 »

ONCE AND FOR ALL!

didn't you watch the tape?
BenderNeedBooze

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« Reply #14 on: 03-14-2006 07:42 »

Haven't you watched Simpsons.

Lisa: Oh Bart, Cartoons don't have to be 100% Realistic

Problem Solved, let's hit the hay.

(Yes, I including 3 quotes of a off-topic show)
Denton

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« Reply #15 on: 03-16-2006 01:03 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
Mayor Poopenmeyer is a politician, not a scientist. I wouldn't place much confidence in his word when the subject is science.

Maybe he was fooled by how easily the first global warming was cancelled out by nuclear winter.

I agree

-Oooh… A lesson in not changing history from Mr. I'm-my-own-grandpa! Let's get the hell out of here already. Screw history!-
BenderNeedBooze

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« Reply #16 on: 04-20-2006 22:41 »

Well the simpilest answer would be:

Big ball of garbage: Season 1
Crimes of hot: Season 4

Who expects to remember 1 single line in almost 4 years?
Yardstick2006

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« Reply #17 on: 04-21-2006 04:56 »

Stop killing the thread!
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