Earth Hour: Seattle joins hour of darkness designed to wake up the world
There are 5 comments on the community.seattletimes.nwsource.com story from Mar 28, 2009, titled Earth Hour: Seattle joins hour of darkness designed to wake up the world. In it, community.seattletimes.nwsource.com reports that:
Lights illuminating the Space Needle, downtown high-rises and neighborhood homes could largely go dark from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 28, as part of Earth Hour, an international campaign against global warming.
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#1 Mar 29, 2009
I really don't like these bull Sh*t feel-good events because the are counter productive.
First of all there is no global warming, we have global cooling.
Second, if there was global warming it would not be primarily due to mankind, it is due to solar activity.
Third, Billions of people will likely lite fires and candles to see in the dark or use flashlights. Will this not offset what they are trying to do?
Forth, this gives children the wrong impression. It teaches them that doing stupid feel-good liberal things you can fix a problem but it doesn't. Symbolism over substance. They would be better off fixing peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to fight global warming because it would be equally effective and all the liberal's children would have something to eat while their parents are smoking their joints after the event.
#2 Mar 29, 2009
Another stunt by juvenile, pathetic moron sheep, carrying on with a groupthink excercise in feel-good futility. I for one will continue enjoying the benefits of modern technology without a shred of guilt. Go ahead and report me to The Ministry of Truth or whover in the Messiah's administration handles heretics. I couldn't care less.
#3 Mar 29, 2009
I expect they will all sit around with the lights out holding hands and singing "we shall overcome". I really detest liberal feelgood antics. Will Barney the Dinosaur be there to switch the lights out? after all, we must feel guilty, it was Bush and GM who killed the dinosaurs off.
#4 Mar 30, 2009
Lame waste of time.
How many people will hop in their cars and drive to see the lights on the buildings get turned off?
Since: Jan 08
#5 Mar 30, 2009
It will be interesting to see if the crime rate jumps.
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