Amy Goodman, host of the Democracy Now program, managed to catch up with Algore (Al Gore) at the U.N. Climate Change Conference last week in Peru. The former Vice President graciously answered a few questions put to him by Ms. Goodman. A short clip of the brief interview is hopefully embedded above.
The subject of “Get Ready For Cold” in an odd way relates to Algore. He has been a longtime apostle of the “global warming” belief. Disciples of the “global warming” creed will tell you even that the global cooling is caused by the global warming! Thereby they have covered all the bases in the ninth inning: whichever way the wind blows, they will catch the ball.
And here is our answer! Algore for President in 2016! Not that he’s the best choice, just that we could use the laughs. Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush are too depressing to consider. Controversial radio host Rush Limbaugh has now sarcastically called Hillary and Jeb the “perfect ticket” for 2016, meaning in other words, “What’s the difference?” As of yesterday, December 17th, Limbaugh explained, “When you compare their positions – Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush – on the key important issues, they are two peas in the same pod.”  Ersjdamoo only rarely agrees with Limbaugh, but really, isn’t the idea of Jeb or Hillary in 2016 kind of depressing? Algore, on the other hand, would at least bring on the laughs.
So there is our heroine Amy Goodman, whom I like even if I don’t usually agree with her, managing to get a few words from Algore. And what does he say about the Keystone XL pipeline? Algore, in his inimitable style, chuckled and said, “Junkies use veins in their toes when the ones in their arms and legs collapse.”
“Junkies use veins in their toes when the ones in their arms and legs collapse.” — Algore
Hmmm… What does Algore mean by that? I think what the chuckling gentleman meant might be along the lines of an addiction to oil, which has now passed its peak production phase, and the junkies “toes” would be the tar sand oil desperately carried from Alberta, Canada via the pipelines and injected.
Get ready for cold. A “freak” snowfall occurred in Buffalo, New York circa November 17-21, 2014. Up to 88 inches of snow (over 7 feet) was measured in the Buffalo Southtowns from Nov. 17-21. On Dec. 1, 2014, snowfall in Khabarovsk, Siberia was reportedly the heaviest in decades: A month-and-a-half of snowfall fell in just one day in Khabarovsk. Judah Cohen, director of seasonal forecasting at Atmospheric and Environmental Research in Lexington, Massachusetts, is credited with having developed a theory linking Siberian snow with winter weather. Record Siberian snow cover now spells Polar Vortex in extremis and the ice cold hand descending soon in the U.S. (Background: Snow Demon Attacks Siberia, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, December 5, 2014.)
After the unusually cold November in the eastern half of the United States, the temperatures moderated in the first half of December. But a local meteorologist, Greg Soulje, now sees signs of “a much colder pattern” developing. 
Arctic air is about to be pushed south over the United States once again, reports Firsthand Weather. The polar vortex is still very strong and well-established over the Arctic. The pattern is going to likely flip right around Christmas, and it is going to support cold across the central and eastern United States. 
The Farmer’s Almanac forecasts “another cold one” in at least the eastern half of the United States. If you remember how bad last winter was, then you’ll know what “another cold one” means.
We are in a “Bicentennial Cycle” believes John L. Casey, a former White House space program advisor, consultant to NASA Headquarters, and space shuttle engineer. This roughly 200-year cycle is caused by processes on the sun. A “Dalton Minimum”, a period of low solar activity, has returned, like orthogonal time. A longtime downward tendency in solar activity dynamics has already started, and it will cause a corresponding climate cooling similar to the Dalton Minimum. 
So here we are, like junkies using veins in our toes because oil production has passed its peak phase, and to top it all off, here comes at least a Dalton Minimum frigid cold. (Some say worse. Some say Maunder Minimum or Little Ice Age.) So you can see how funny it would be to have Algore as President while all this is happening.
——- Sources ——-
 “Limbaugh: ‘Perfect ticket’ for 2016 is Clinton-Bush”, by Joe Kovacs. World Net Daily, December 17, 2014. http://www.wnd.com/2014/12/rush-limbaugh-reveals-perfect-ticket-for-2016/
 “Top of the Morning”, by Jim Rossow. Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, December 16, 2014. Page A-2.
 “Many May Get A White Christmas This Year”, by Matthew Holliday. Firsthand Weather, December 13, 2014. http://firsthandweather.com/470/many-may-get-white-christmas-year/
 Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell, by John L. Casey. Kindle e-book edition.