Alan, when my summat Liberal d-i-l (love her dearly!) asks about my gun/ammo stash, I reply that I’ve got enough to last the rest of my life or the end of the Øbama administration, whichever comes first.
I use puppets and crayons to communicate with my co-workers, who are mostly zombies and Obamunists.
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — January 5, 2013 @ 12:30 pm
What about infra red heat lamps?
My chickens need to keep warm until they all die of mercury poisoning.
And I think we have a lot of politicians who need a Kenworth injection.
We had a gal at work who was treated with a Peterbilt.
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — January 5, 2013 @ 12:35 pm
I have a box of 100, 100 watt bubs in my laundry room. Next year ima gonna sell them for $100.00 each; three fer $355.95…..cash only…[...or---trade 3 bubs for 1.75 liters Evan Williams Kaintuck Sour Mash, 1783 BurBun...liquid multivitamins...]
Comment by Colonel Jerry USMC — January 5, 2013 @ 1:52 pm
There is so much about this issue that is a crock. First of all, I don’t believe mercury is the environmental risk it’s being hyped to be. And sure, the lights must produce UV to operate, just like every other fluorescent lamp in history. Again, nothing to see here. Move along…
Of course, the incandescents are not the environmental risk they’re being hyped to be. I use the CFLs because they produce more light and less heat, so they’re cheaper to operate. But I’m switching to LEDs as they’re now become more affordable and brighter. They are more reliable, have longer life, reach full brilliance instantly, and they have a better color spectrum.
Stupid, stupid government, trying to compensate for our stupidity, ‘cept we’re not stupid.