Wow! Very cool!! Look at this “ugly thing! And, watch this video. Its hilarious! I am reminded why I prefer to swim in the Atlantic vs the Pacific. :-)
Some people call it “renewable energy” but I prefer to call it “alternative energy” because that’s what it really is: an alternative to energy that actually works (eg nuclear and anything made from wonderful, energy-rich fossil fuel.)
A provocative op/ed by James Delingpole over at Breitbart. I definitely appreciate his frustration, and his reaction to the ridiculously disproportionate amount of time, (ironically) energy, and taxpayer dollars that are just haphazardly thrown irresponsibly at so-called “renewable energy” sources. Sometimes the energy expended to actually get such things working far outweighs the benefits these alternative energy sources provide. That’s a fact that the green community tends to conveniently overlook. And it sounds like the UK is making the same poor choices with its federal budget as we are here in America as it relates to energy. We should be supporting the clean coal energy industry; NOT doing everything we can to shut it down (like Obama is hell bent on doing), and putting those miners out of work. Same goes for the oil & gas industries.
Glad to see the authorities keeping a close eye on the New Black Panther and the other militant, socialist, black racist thug organizations descending onto poor Ferguson, Clayton, and the rest of St. Louis City & County. Those disgusting vermin are just looking for an excuse to tear the community apart. They feel they’re entitled to do that. Hopefully THIS time, the police won’t let them get away with it.
This looks yummy!! :-)
Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown on August 9, is in the final stages of negotiations with city officials to resign, according to people close to the talks.
This has been going on for a while. IF Officer Darren Wilson is exonerated, and it is proven he did his job with honor, then this would definitely be a tragedy. Guess we’ll see…