Well, I Would, Too — Book Burners Disappear Their Pics! — But, We Didn’t :)




San Jose State University posted a photo of their Climate Science profs about to burn Steve Goreham’s book, The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism. Department chair Alison Bridger, Ph.D., is shown holding a match while associate professor Craig Clements , Ph.D., dangles the book above the flame.
Once the photo started going viral, university officials removed it from their website and insisted it was just a joke. Hilarious, no? Joke or not, while academia constantly warns of metaphorical right-wing book burners, academic arson is literally happening on the left.

Yeh, I’d prolly take it down, too.  Not that I would eve put a match to a book.  And, even if I would, I’d never allow a photo be taken of the act.  But, these idiots proudly posted it on their website!!! 

Consider that for a moment.  These people are teaching our children.  And they were so fantastically vapid that they would post a picture of themselves burning books. 

Not only are they out there, they’re teaching your children. 

h/t Hockey Schtick

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6 Responses to Well, I Would, Too — Book Burners Disappear Their Pics! — But, We Didn’t :)

  1. PhilJourdan says:

    Fox Finally ran the story. So far, CNN and PMSNBC have not.

    And no, the picture will not disappear. Got to ask popeye why he supports book burners.

    • suyts says:

      I alluded to the book burners before, oddly I got no response. No, I don’t expect the government propaganda machines to run such stories. It would confuse the faithful.

      • Scott says:

        No it wouldn’t. Most of them would think it’s acceptable, particularly if the book was supposedly funded by Big Oil. Look at the acceptance of the Climategate actions or Gleick’s behavior for supporting evidence.

        Why didn’t they compost the book instead of burn it? Extra CO2 emission and all…


  2. leftinbrooklyn says:

    They’re doing something to our children, but it’s far from what I’d call teaching.

  3. Me says:

    I read somewhere before, where someone pointed to the pictures on the wall, it appears they like fire err something! 😆

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