Turn Off The Fossil Fuels, Bill

McKitten is facing a couple feet of snow this week. He has the perfect opportunity to prove to the world that he can tweet from his windmill.

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6 Responses to Turn Off The Fossil Fuels, Bill

  1. gator69 says:

    “Counting the overall energy demand for use in homes, versus cars in 2008, the EIA estimates U.S. consumers use 21,637 trillion btus of energy in their homes, versus 16,765 btus in their cars. So consumers use about 30 percent more energy used in their homes than their car.”

    Shouldn’t all the McFibben’s of the world move to the tropics? They would no longer need to expend energy climate controlling their homes. Instead of struggling to create a banana republic here, simply move south.

  2. Eric Barnes says:

    The problem is he’s been tweeting out of his windmill.

  3. zip adee says:

    Maybe Nemo will dump 5 feet of global warming (NAM model forecast) on McKitty’s place.

  4. John says:

    I wonder if he will shovel that snow or have it plowed? Would be nice to get a picture if it’s plowed instead of manually removed by a shovel.

    • Marian says:

      He could employ some climate change refugees for cheap labor to shovel the snow for him. There’s supposed to be millions of them. 🙂

  5. Andy DC says:

    I am sure that there will be a huge wave of climate change refugees headed from Arizona to Vermont, where they can experience their delightful winter weather.

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