Deltoid had something similar with Andrew Bolt, who's equally unlikely to fess up.
I seem to see Don Easterbrook showing up more often in various places for who knows why. He predicts cooling, but won't bet on it.
In other news, 2011 is off to a good start. The year's barely begun and yet there's a post by Roger Pielke Jr. that's not obviously wrong, claiming the media does a decent job of portraying scientific understanding of sea level rise. While I didn't exactly RTFR as Eli Rabett demands, I did skim TFR that the post is based on and it still looks okay, and both the post and FR are free of hippie-punching. Progress! RP Jr also had a not-wrong post in 2010, and quite likely more that I've simply missed.
BTW, I swear I was going to skip the snarking, but on my way to recover Roger's post, I found this regarding climate change and tropical storms:
It is simply logical that a signal that cannot be seen for decades is not immediately relevant to judgments of near-term risk.
No, it's not logical to say that when we can derive damage from climate change, even if we can't distinguish it from the huge amounts of noise.