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Boogie

Bennington, VT

#104 Aug 13, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
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Most of the pro-nukes are just as ignorant as the antis. It's embarrassing.
Still waiting for that phone call coward.
As soon as you give me your daddy's name and phone number I will call him and tell him you asked me to call.

I agree that you are an ignorant pro-nuker. The things you put in your letters are so obvious that they don't really need to be said. And they don't demonstrate any special understanding of nuclear power. In fact they sound naive.
I Know More Than You

Farmington, NH

#105 Aug 13, 2013
Fox News Idiot wrote:
As soon as you give me your daddy's name and phone number I will call him and tell him you asked me to call.
I agree that you are an ignorant pro-nuker. The things you put in your letters are so obvious that they don't really need to be said. And they don't demonstrate any special understanding of nuclear power. In fact they sound naive.
So you want us to believe that you think know my full name and address yet are too stupid to find out my phone number?

Done.
Cool

Montpelier, VT

#106 Aug 13, 2013
You children need to settle this, school starts in two short weeks!
I Know More Than You

Farmington, NH

#107 Aug 13, 2013
Cool wrote:
You children need to settle this, school starts in two short weeks!
It would be very simple for him to settle this but he is too much of a coward.
EweBleat The AlGorerithms

United States

#108 Aug 13, 2013
Bridge Master wrote:
Sure, we all want to be nice to Mother Earth, but let's be real — if you live in Middle-of-Nowhere, Vt., you're going to need a car to get around. If you want the cleanest, greenest vehicle on four wheels, you'll want an electric car, right? In Vermont that's the case, but in other states ... maybe not!
In fact, there are only 11 states where an electric car is better for the environment than a high-efficiency gas hybrid, and Vermont is one of them, according to a new study by Climate Central. Here, the best electric car emits as much carbon as a gas-powered car that gets 2600 miles per gallon. Good luck finding one of those.
What's the difference? When your car is powered by the grid, it matters where the grid gets its juice — because what's the point of a plug-in car if it's plugging into mountaintop removal? Vermont is the only state in the nation that doesn't get any electricity at all from coal or natural gas sources — here it's all nuclear, hydropower and a little bit from "other renewables."....
Ewe forgot to use that ridiculous misnomer 'fossil fuels' and plug for the carbon tax and the Agenda 21 plan for 'sustainability' etc.
Tell us why we should listen to someone who thinks the planet is a 'Mother' and bought into that totally debunked Theory of anthropogenic global warming?
I bet ewe listen to Thom Hartman and or NPR etc. right?
Will ewe continue to beLIEve and parrot the BS hoax nonsense as the average planetary Continues to cool?
From that 'ClimateCentral' site:

"While the warming rate has slowed in the past several years, the long-term trend clearly shows that we’re living on a warming planet …"
-the fact is that the warming rate hasn't slowed, the world's average temp has not increased At All in 15 years and Real scientists report that the trend will show global COOLING in the coming years.
But keep beLIEving foolish crap like that excreted by that CA senator blaming the fires on the non-existant global warming, and Danny Glover who blamed the Haitian earthquake on it etc. etc. and Al Gore and gang who blame snowy and Colder winters on the 'warming'
pppfffffffftt!

GlobalClimatescam.com
ClimateDepot.com
Cool

Rochester, VT

#109 Aug 13, 2013
Ontario’s premier admitted the day after her party lost three out of five electoral districts in provincial byelections that the poor showing had a lot to do with what has become known as the Gas Plant Fiasco. No doubt she is right. What went unmentioned was the policy that underlay the Gas Plant strategy in the first place: so-called green energy. The gas plants, which run on methane, CH4, a highly flammable and explosive carbon-heavy fossil fuel better known by its trade name natural gas, are the real aim of those who professionally push green energy. Yes, professional pushers of green energy are really selling natural gas. Many are paid, by natural gas companies, to do so.

The One-Eyed Jack is staring off at something out of the panel. What is he looking at? In Ontario, the One-Eyed Jacks pushing “green” energy are really looking at their financial prize: natural gas. They are being paid to sell natural gas, and their sales pitch has worked on at least one Ontario premier. That premier paid the price for falling for the “green” sales pitch, by being forced to resign after racking up an enormous public bill for cancelling two gas plants in order to save electoral districts. Let’s hope his successor gets a good look at the real face of “green” energy and stops the gasification of Ontario’s electricity sector.
The current premier’s predecessor appears to have initially believed that green energy—narrowly defined by its pushers as wind and solar—could provide enough electricity to run Ontario’s auto manufacturing plants, nickel smelters, petroleum refineries, and cities. So he pushed hard, beginning in his first term (which began in 2003) for lots of new wind turbines and solar panels.
Cool

Rochester, VT

#110 Aug 13, 2013
But by the middle of his second term, he had realized this was a chimera: that there was simply no possible way that wind and solar could shoulder such a responsibility. So he scrambled to add power generators that could shoulder it. And, following very bad advice from the pushers of green energy who were actually working for gas companies, he decided the quickest way to do that was to build new gas plants. Hence the hurried siting of plants all over the province, including in Oakville, King township, and Mississauga, among other places.
Cool

Rochester, VT

#111 Aug 13, 2013
Well, we know how that worked out. Residents in those communities did not take well to the idea of industrial-scale plants piping enormous amounts of methane into their neighborhoods: what would happen if there were an accident? Everybody is familiar with the all-too-frequent evacuations that occur when there is a residential gas leak: I personally remember my father frantically rousting me, my brothers, and mother in the middle of the night after catching the telltale sulfurous whiff of raw gas in our home.
Cool

Rochester, VT

#112 Aug 13, 2013
So the residents rallied against the plants. The then-premier ignored the residents who lobbied against the King gas plant—that was in an opposition-held district. So the gas plant planned for that district was built. But he could not ignore the Oakville and Mississauga opponents: his own party held the affected districts. So, as everyone knows, he famously cancelled those two plants, one (Mississauga) immediately prior to the October 2011 general election. Those cancellations will cost Ontario taxpayers upwards of half a billion dollars.

And why was he so anxious to hold onto the districts in and around Oakville and Mississauga? Because he knew he was about to lose a number of rural districts, because his government had forced wind turbines into them and the residents in those rural districts were furious over it.

Wind turbines were part of the former premier’s “green” energy strategy. It was really a gas strategy. And that former premier’s successor just got her first real whiff of how the gas strategy is playing out electorally.

I hope she is seeing the other side of the face of the One-Eyed Jack that is “green” energy.
I Know More Than You

Farmington, NH

#113 Aug 14, 2013
Not so Cool wrote:
Stolen article
Why would you spread out someone else's lame blog article over numerous posts instead of just linking to it directly?

http://canadianenergyissues.com/2013/08/13/on...
Jersey Sure

Florham Park, NJ

#114 Aug 14, 2013
Vermont is very fortunate to have Vermont Yankee!
Boogie

Bennington, VT

#115 Aug 14, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
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So you want us to believe that you think know my full name and address yet are too stupid to find out my phone number?
Done.
Just trying to get you to tell the truth.

What does "Done" mean?
Boogie

Bennington, VT

#116 Aug 14, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
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It would be very simple for him to settle this but he is too much of a coward.
You are the one who asked me to call your father. If you make the request you should be willing to provide the name and phone number.

Unless of course you don't really want me to call your father in which case you should just say so.
Boogie

Bennington, VT

#117 Aug 14, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would you spread out someone else's lame blog article over numerous posts instead of just linking to it directly?
http://canadianenergyissues.com/2013/08/13/on...
Why do you care?
I Know More Than You

Farmington, NH

#118 Aug 14, 2013
Fox News Idiot wrote:
Just trying to get you to tell the truth.
What does "Done" mean?
Truth about what? That I'm not Evan Twarog? Done.

Not sure what your fixation with young teen boys has to do with anything on this site...

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/done
Booyah

Burlington, VT

#119 Aug 14, 2013
Vt. utility wants to limit customers' solar power

Posted: Aug 14, 2013 7:40 PM EDT
Updated: Aug 14, 2013 7:42 PM EDT
EAST MONTPELIER, Vt.(AP)- A new pang of growing pains for renewable energy in Vermont: the Washington Electric Cooperative says it will limit the ability of its customers to use net metering with solar power systems beginning in October.

Net metering allows residents who install renewable energy systems to put their excess power on the grid, and Vermont law requires utilities to take some of that power.

But Washington Energy Coop says it has met the requirements of the law, and it fears that allowing residents to add more than 5 kilowatts of home-grown energy to the grid will force other customers to pick up a larger share of the cost of maintaining that grid.

Groups including Renewable Energy Vermont and the Vermont Natural Resources Council are calling news of the new limits disappointing.

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Boogie

Bennington, VT

#120 Aug 15, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
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Truth about what? That I'm not Evan Twarog? Done.
Not sure what your fixation with young teen boys has to do with anything on this site...
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/done
Are you a young teen boy?
Boogie

Bennington, VT

#121 Aug 15, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
<quoted text>
Truth about what? That I'm not Evan Twarog? Done.
Not sure what your fixation with young teen boys has to do with anything on this site...
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/done
What are you "done" with?
Scott

Brattleboro, VT

#122 Aug 16, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
<quoted text>
The letters you seem to think I write contain an address...
Why don't you just admit you are a liar and we can move on to something else?
I'm not lying about you. When you admit who you are I will admit you are right.
Scott

Brattleboro, VT

#123 Aug 16, 2013
I Know More Than You wrote:
<quoted text>
Truth about what? That I'm not Evan Twarog? Done.
Not sure what your fixation with young teen boys has to do with anything on this site...
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/done
I had forgotten your name. Thanks for reminding me who you are.

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