Dueling Headlines

From the Sydney Morning Herald: “Global Warning: This Course Too Hot to Handle.” The Herald’s story begins:

Global warming has been blamed for everything else. So you may as well add to the list the carnage that has taken place at the US Masters this year.

From the Associated Press: “Wind, cold continue to plague Masters”:

This springtime stroll through the pines is turning into something much more taxing. Pretty chilly, too. … Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were nowhere to be found atop the jumbled Masters leaderboard Saturday, as they began a third round in cold temperatures and steady wind that made for unfavorable scoring conditions.
When Woods teed off at 1:20 p.m., it was 48 degrees with a 13 mph wind blowing from the northwest.

I guess that’s why they’re switching to “global climate change.”


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