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(Fox News)   Voter intimidation 2008: Black Panthers with billy clubs. Voter intimidation 2012: uniformed Obama employees with assualt rifles   (foxnews.com) divider line 107
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2012-11-02 03:21:22 PM  

Hilarity_N_Sues: [imageshack.us image 490x350]


What the hell does an election in Australia have to do with anything?
 
2012-11-02 03:27:03 PM  
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2012-11-02 04:21:03 PM  

pciszek: Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.


...you missed the part where the post to which you responded was about reducing energy consumption, not eliminating it entirely, right?
 
2012-11-02 04:24:38 PM  

that bosnian sniper: pciszek: Skirl Hutsenreiter: You should remind her that reducing energy consumption through insulation and sealing is by far the most cost effective way to reduce your carbon footprint. But it doesn't give you the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar.

Bull pucky. A well insulated house still uses electricity for lighting, computers, washing machine (few people are so green as to go back to washboards and tubs), microwave, and maybe even oven and stove (not everyone is on natural gas), for which you can buy your power from wind. Solar panels can be used for hot water even if the house needed no heating at all, and even hyper-insulated houses need to be able to handle, say, a day on which the door got opened a lot.

...you missed the part where the post to which you responded was about reducing energy consumption, not eliminating it entirely, right?


Um, the statement was made that insulating and sealing her house would deny her the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar, and I pointed out that there would still be plenty of opportunity for both even with a hyperinsulated home. Clear?
 
2012-11-02 04:55:19 PM  

pciszek: Um, the statement was made that insulating and sealing her house would deny her the smug factor of buying wind credits or installing solar, and I pointed out that there would still be plenty of opportunity for both even with a hyperinsulated home. Clear?


That's a fairly obvious statement to make. The assumption from the beginning wasn't the choice was exclusive, but rather the person was simply unwise or impractical from the onset.
 
2012-11-02 08:28:53 PM  

dennysgod: I wouldn't be surprised that those over at the FreeRepublic are up in arms about this.


If they had a sense of humor, maybe. But they're still fixated on Benghazi.
 
2012-11-02 09:54:48 PM  

theknuckler_33: gunga galunga: It was one Black Panther with a billy club (the other was a certified poll watcher), and the NBPP suspended the Philadelphia chapter because of his actions.

But keep farking that chicken.

Not to mention the pesky detail that not a single 'intimidated' voter came forward.


Well, of course they didn't come forward. They were too intimidated.

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