Tuesday, June 7

Ironic, isn't it Smithers? This anonymous clan of slack-jawed troglodytes has cost me the election, and yet if I were to have them killed, I would be


The law of unintended consequences strikes again. People always have the best intentions when they come up with their various ideas, the problem always is that they don't foresee all the consequences of their ideas. Of course if global warming is really going to destroy the planet, than causing the extinction of the golden eagle, and or the condor is a small price to pay. But i highly doubt that the advocates of these wind farms realized or would have admitted that killing of these bird species was a possibility. If someone wants to drill for oil someplace and there's a chance that the drilling could be harmful to an endangered species, the EPA blocks the drilling. But now that it's a green friendly energy system that is harming an endangered species. Oh well, that's too bad. We'll try to use it less during heavy migration times.


Blogger Aras said...


But let me get this straight: this eagle is over 34 feet long, and yet weighs only 14 lbs??? That's an amazing bird!

2:14 AM  
Blogger Trashcan said...

agree, that seemed weird. Especially because they said stand that tall. It doesn't seem like they could have that big a wingspan, much less that kind of height. So i don't know what the article meant, that might have been a misprint.

12:31 AM  

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