All hail windmill colossus

All hail windmill colossus

There are 75 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Mar 30, 2008, titled All hail windmill colossus. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

Brian and Tyler Fairbank have formed a new company to build "a really big" windmill, according to sources that don't wish to be named as they are not authorized to reveal this information.

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“What are you looking at?”

Since: Feb 08

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#61 Apr 4, 2008
What is the patent number?
CJ Vadnais

Williamstown, MA

#62 Apr 4, 2008
Ramdan wrote:
Heller 55 I have not a clue,but my dog says it was heavy top spin applied by a whoppingly large pool stick!
Either that or God has hook instead of a slice
CJ Vadnais

Williamstown, MA

#63 Apr 4, 2008
Swinson wrote:
What is the patent number?
You can patent anything you want as long as you're not copying someone else's idea. Nothing says the idea has to actually work.

Amadadavies - what year did you graduate from any of theses schools, who was your favorite professor?
Mr Giblets

India

#64 Apr 4, 2008
come on, you guys! Al Gore has already invented perpetual motion, along with the Internet, atomic fission, the plot of "Love Story", and the fountain of eternal youth.
amandavives

Glens Falls, NY

#65 Apr 4, 2008
CJ Vadnais wrote:
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You can patent anything you want as long as you're not copying someone else's idea. Nothing says the idea has to actually work.
Amadadavies - what year did you graduate from any of theses schools, who was your favorite professor?
2007, favorite professor, hmmm, they were all unique, I would have to say professor Shreeran Abhyankar, oh by the way, I speak 4 languages and am also fluent in Hindi.

GMHeller

Since: Jan 08

United States

#66 Apr 4, 2008
amandavives wrote:
<quoted text> 2007, favorite professor, hmmm, they were all unique, I would have to say professor Shreeran Abhyankar, oh by the way, I speak 4 languages and am also fluent in Hindi.
Wasn't he the dude arrested for shacking-up with an underage Pittsfield chic?
amandavives

Glens Falls, NY

#67 Apr 4, 2008
GMHeller wrote:
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Wasn't he the dude arrested for shacking-up with an underage Pittsfield chic?
I don"t think there was any kama going on there.
Mr Giblets

India

#68 Apr 5, 2008
GMHeller wrote:
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Wasn't he the dude arrested for shacking-up with an underage Pittsfield chic?
wasn't she the underage chick shacking up with some old dude?

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

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#69 Feb 12, 2009
Fly in the ointment

Auburn, MA

#70 Feb 12, 2009
Brian_G wrote:
Well they certainly do not add to the amount.

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

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#71 Feb 13, 2009
They add to the BS, they add to cuisinart birds, they add to mismanaged tax subsidies, they add to the junk heap, when they break.

Other than that, they provide a little electricity, off and on, as the wind blows.

Since: May 08

Springfield, MA

#72 Feb 13, 2009
Brian_G wrote:
They add to the BS, they add to cuisinart birds, they add to mismanaged tax subsidies, they add to the junk heap, when they break.
Other than that, they provide a little electricity, off and on, as the wind blows.
Cuisinart birds are good for coyotes and fox,easier to eat!
A little less electricity produced from fossil fuels is a good thing!
Earthling

Spain

#73 Feb 13, 2009
amandavives wrote:
2007, favorite professor, hmmm, they were all unique, I would have to say professor Shreeran Abhyankar, oh by the way, I speak 4 languages and am also fluent in Hindi.
You missed one important point by not adding that you have no life experience.

Yet.

Since: May 08

East Longmeadow, MA

#74 Feb 13, 2009
Earthling wrote:
<quoted text>You missed one important point by not adding that you have no life experience.
Yet.
She spends most of her time in her car with her dog,driving around the country in search of something that continues to elude her!
She should settle down with Heller,but he now admits to being gay!
A good woman like Amandavives could probably turn him bi!

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#75 Feb 13, 2009
ramdan wrote:
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A little less electricity produced from fossil fuels is a good thing!
Yeah, everyone loves poverty.

Power lines are built for maximum load, with our new windmills, we can design for high winds, big improvement.

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