Seen In Colorado

Colorado will be the scene of a great disaster today. I-25 is shut down in Denver for five hours due to the arrival of the messiah, who has come to repeat the same bullshit and pretend that George Bush was president the last four years.

My kid has a soccer game on the south end of Denver this afternoon.

I saw a bumper sticker on a Land-Cruiser over the weekend. “Renewable energy – Colorado’s unlimited resource”  However, the vehicle was gasoline powered, which had me a bit puzzled why it wasn’t running off wind or solar.

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9 Responses to Seen In Colorado

  1. ralphcramdo says:

    I saw a better sticker on a truck, “Vote congress out! Start over!

  2. gator69 says:

    ““Renewable energy – Colorado’s unlimited resource” However, the vehicle was gasoline powered…”

    Sounds like we found a limit.

  3. Edmonton Al says:

    Up here in Canada, an electric car with an electric heater [it goes to -40C or F, many winters]
    would not make it to the store and back, just a few blocks away.
    See that the distance/charge is dropping from about 100 miles to less than 50, along with a shorter battery life. Ford had its Edsel, now GM has its Volt.

  4. If you recycled all of the liberals into biofuel, you would have an unlimited resource.

  5. Lance says:

    Well Justin just threw his hat in the ring for the Liberal Leadership…that should alienate the West again…however, the LSM were just drooling over the announcement…and he has the gall to come to Alberta today…

  6. Sundance says:

    Wind energy was launched in the 10th century so it is obvoiusly cutting edge technology which needs time to prove itself (sarc). More recently the United States and Denmark began electricity generation from wind turbines in 1888, but the problem was that people in the early 20th century weren’t idiots willing to waste hard earned money on a power source that was unable to compete in a free market. So once again wind power failed to offer any value and the excuse was that it was new technology that needed more time.

    In modern times we understand that free markets and free choice are evil things that can hamper the utopian dreams of panic stricken radical progressives who want others to pay their way and feel that the world is obligated to provide them with everything they dream of. While citizens in Denmark and Germany pay over 30 cents/kWh for electricity, while the ranks of energy poverty swell in these countries and while Spain’s green dreams sink into the economic shitter, the looney left sees this as their ideal situation that the rest of us need to accept and pay for. Add to this the direct inverse correlation between need and performance of winf power in that when electricity is needed the most is when wind performs the least. What’s not to like if you have a utopian bent cargo cult brain that would be hard pressed to outthink navel fuzz? 🙂

    Click to access shepherd.pdf

  7. Ben says:

    A gasoline powered vehicle uses renewable energy, its just the cycle times are really really long. A few million years, and some molecules up here will be back down there, ready for pumping.

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