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I give up. I'm willing to take one for the team. Please send someone out to my house. I give full permission for PGE, local Coop,the State or Local government to cover the roof of my house with solar panels. I will happily pay the monthly bill what ever it is. It's what I do now and I'm use to it. I heard that if everyone would just step up to the plate. We could save/produce more energy in a shorter period of time than all the drilling and radiating combined.

There's no need in wasting hundreds of billions of dollars on old technology that continues to pollute everything. I want to stop worrying about the toxic load of chemicals I'm putting into my body. I want to keep my shoes on at the airport. I want to stop thinking that I'm buying energy stolen from other countries when I fill up the car. I want to stop destroying the only planet I've ever lived on.

Please send the crew out to put up the solar panels as soon as possible. I don't want to move to Nevada and raise chickens.

PS: How many Chemothrapy sessions can I get per chicken? Oh, don't tell me. I don't want to know.

Philomath's picture
Apr. 22, 2010 11:51 am

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