Evil Climate Denier Uses 42% Less Energy Than His Efficient Neighbors

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I make up for my low electricity usage by doing all of my local transport on a bicycle, which increases my CO2 respiration.

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29 Responses to Evil Climate Denier Uses 42% Less Energy Than His Efficient Neighbors

  1. geran says:

    Your usage is also 69% below “all neighbors”, but something tells me your actual bill ($) isn’t 69% less than the average.

  2. darrylb says:

    Well, when you are on your way, distributing CO2, you are helping everything in the plant kingdom grow. (maybe you could stop and hug a tree 🙂 )

  3. stpaulchuck says:

    my winter billing looks like this. Of course I’m sitting on my veranda sipping cold adult beverages in the Philippines then with the heat turned down to 60 (got a couple plants that need at least some heat).

  4. B says:

    “Climate Change” is about controlling the energy other people use.

  5. Traitor in Chief says:

    That letter is the next step in behavior control. It’s intended to scold you if you’re higher than others. Everyone should be wondering why they are getting that letter and who should have the authority to berate them for consumption…. particularly, the party selling them the energy.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I had the same thoughts.

      It is called SHAMING. The next step of course is to start naming names which leads to SHUNNING or worse.

      Before we moved south we lived in a Boston bedroom community (no covenant) with a neighbor who would walk the neighborhood every day and report any and all possible infractions to the cops. Have a pile of lumber sitting in the yard to build the kids a tree house or play house? You get a visit from the building inspector a couple days later. We had a darn inspector show up at least once a month thanks to that busybody.

      What she wasn’t aware of however was one of the neighbors she was twisting the tail of was a serial killer….

      • darrylb says:

        —–and the story ends there???

        • Gail Combs says:

          She was very lucky.

          Seems he went after women living alone in towns not near home. She had a husband and a son so he only slashed all four of her tires. She turned sheet white when I told her he had just been arrested for murder.

          If she had lived alone like my neighbor on the other side it might have been different. That neighbor had her house broken into and was raped during the same time period but it was a different criminal.

          Needless to say we were very very happy the house was already sold and we were just packing up and getting ready to get the heck out of Taxechusetts.

    • B says:

      There’s nothing to wonder about. Odds are the party selling them energy is a cartel, a monopoly, or government.

      Cartels and monopolies generally make the most money selling as little as possible for the highest prices possible. Fewer employees, less capital equipment, no expansion (building new power plants, factories, etc), holding on to resources to sell for even higher prices down the road. This is the “efficiency” of fascism.

      Socialized systems benefit by producing as little as possible to have the lowest costs. There is no profit/loss signal. Every bit of cost is a dollar that can’t go into salaries and benefits for bureaucrats and other government employees.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Nice insight. I had never thought about it that way but it makes a lot of sense.

        Also there is no reward for innovation or hard work so everyone slides with the least energy/thought input possible.

        That was something I figured out at age nine when my brother came home from college spouting Marxist theory at the dinner table.

        • darrylb says:

          If one has not read the history of first years after the Mayflower landed in the U.S., it is an interesting read in socialism and capitalism. Human nature makes socialism an ill fated proposition.

        • Gail Combs says:

          darrylb, yes

          A similar story about the Plymouth Colony – The Great Thanksgiving Hoax

          Interesting that these lessons are never taught in school today or even fifty years ago is it not?

    • Billy Liar says:

      No, the next step is turning off your juice using your smart meter!

      • B says:

        They got everyone convinced smart meters are a ‘conspiracy theory’. Most people are too lazy to read the specs. Just wait until the HAN kicks in on them. Keep your old stuff folks, the more stuff you have that doesn’t play with the HAN the better things will be.

        HAN=home area network, it’s part of the currently unused smart meter capabilities.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Our Frig just died so we had to get another one. I convinced hubby to get a used one WITHOUT smart meter/ HAN capability.

          Expect a cash for clunkers type program to wipe out as many older used appliances as possible some time soon.

  6. Traitor in Chief says:

    okay, maybe yours is a website… mine is a letter…every month. Not with my bill.

  7. Dave1billion says:

    So I guess the massive funding you receive from Big Oil/Big Coal doesn’t come from them simply saying “You can go ahead and tear up that electricity bill”.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Dave1billion , just in case you were not being sarcastic, it is the warmists who get the Big Paychecks from Big Oil.

      You know people like Ged Davis IPCC lead author on scenarios (Shell Oil) and the Climate Research Unit of East Anglia.

  8. John B., M.D. says:

    Back of envelope calculation: I emit 44 grams of CO2 per mile I run, assuming I burn 120 kcal per mile and each gram of glucose is 4 kcal.

  9. mjc says:

    You’d have to do a lot of biking to make up for the ’20lbs of CO2′ per gallon of gasoline you don’t produce (yeah, 20lbs/gallon is a ‘warmist’ thing…haven’t bothered to actually do all the math involved but that just can’t be true…simply because it assumes 100% burn and ‘pure’ gas).

  10. James the Elder says:

    1260KWH/$125.66 for the same time period. BUT, after fees and taxes it’s $193.86. Odd that it’s exactly the same KWH used as July, 2013 even though I just replaced a 10 SEER heat pump with a 19 SEER unit that hardly runs as it’s been too cool to run most of the time.

    265KWH for a month barely covers hot water.

  11. pete says:

    Im not sure everyone that reads your posts gets the irony of your lifestyle and viewpoints versus those of the ‘great climate savior windbags’.

    Regardless. Thanks for what you are doing and rock on. But I repeat myself.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Actually Steve’s reflect the livestyle of many ‘Den!ers’ since most of us are true Conservationists and not the Hollywood variety Econut (Faked on two sides)

      Al Gore is a classic of course and I think I saw a picture of Mikey Mann’s home once and it was a lot closer to Mansion than to a hovel.

  12. Hans Conser says:

    I would love to see Al Gore’s utility bill…

  13. Rosco says:

    You think you’ve got problems ?

    We used 1081 kWhrs over 3 months = ~360 per month.

    We generated 354 kWhrs over 3 months = ~118 per month – Solar panels on roof feeding in to grid.

    We actually use ~242 kWhrs per month or 724 Kwhrs over our 3 month billing cycle.

    When they give us statistics they simply add 1081 + 354 = 1435 and say we are one of the most energy inefficient users in our neighbourhood !!

    Clever people these geniuses !!!

  14. Dave N says:

    So.. how do they determine whether your neighbours are “efficient”, and why do they call them that, if you’re more efficient than them?

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