Or if not then, after a second viewing.
Okay, I dig the sarcastic and ironic (although no US company is going to pay for a 2 minute spot!). It is quite clever in its obtuseness.
But puhleeze. Why can't we ever advocate for a BALANCED energy future and acknowledge that all forms of generation have their place? Me? I like my air conditioning when it's 100 degrees in the shade, and so does my elderly father-in-law.
So keep the clever stuff coming, but recognize that the more blogging the enviros do, the more electricity we need to support THEIR habit!
The Exile from 362 Waneta.
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Hmmm, spoken like someone with a vested interest in the "old power" industry.
As Michael Moore likes to say, "I am the balance." All the traditional power sources have tons of money and plenty of high paid lobbyists (maybe you've met some of them?) to push their agenda, whether it be dozens of coal trains or subsidized loans and insurance for nuclear plants. I'm happy to see any sort of push for clean renewable sources that don't have deep-pocketed industries behind them.
Tho the commercial appears to be from Germany, so who knows, maybe the wind industry over there is well funded and politically powerful. But I'm guessing not. By the way The Economist this week had an interesting article on DC vs. AC transmission lines and how wind energy is poised to become very competitive as a result.
I love to read the debate of my two favorite lawyers! Love you both, but I think wind power is kind of cool.
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