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Don Cherry calls those who believe in global warming “cuckaloos” and “left-wing pinkos”

Viewers of the Hockey Night In Canada broadcast of the Toronto Maple Leafs-Boston Bruins game on CBC Saturday got some unexpected commentary on global warming to start off the first intermission. Analyst Don Cherry, wearing a kaleidoscope, a test pattern, or possibly a board game, went off on cold temperatures in Canada and Ontario forecasting groundhog Read more... The post Don Cherry calls those who believe in global warming “cuckaloos” and “left-wing pinkos” appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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