Daily Archives: January 12, 2013

Some lives are worth more than others

Screen Shot 2013-01-12 at 12.44.22 PMFrom Drudge:

Related: Eliminate armed guards for president, VP and their families, declare a gun-free zone around them instead.

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Bloomberg to fatso: “You may just have to suffer a little bit”

Dancing in the dark

Dancing in the dark

Circus fat woman falls through concrete sidewalk on West Side, hoisted back to surface via crane. “It’s over,” Nanny Bloomberg said of the fat lady, “I warned her, time and time again, she was gonna put her eye out with that Slurpee straw, but did she listen? No – so let her learn a lesson.”

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It’s a woman’s prerogative to change her mind

Armed and dangerous

Armed and dangerous

Senatorfeinstein.com goes full metal jacket. You’d think that a sophisticated senator from Silicon Valley would know enough to buy her name to keep it away from gun advocates but then, this is Dianne we’re speaking of.

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We shall have to take the Bentley today, Madam, the Prius won’t start

Good morning, Ms. Streisand

Good morning, Ms. Streisand

Cold wave freezes batteries, oranges in La La Land

Related: Malibu bids to be mega-mansion capital of  the world.

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You can’t artificially sustain demand for something that doesn’t work

Solar power goes dark in Europe. Obama still intends to spend billions on his friends’ projects, though.

Ever since the German government started subsidizing solar energy, demand for solar installations went up like clockwork, towards the end of each year.

But recently released data from German regulators shows that number of solar installations in December 2012 was down 88% from the previous year.

In fact, 2012 saw the lowest number of installations since 2008.

And it isn’t as if the German government cut back on solar energy subsidies. They actually did the opposite. This dramatic fall in demand was despite aggressive subsidy cuts throughout the year.

According to a report from JP Morgan Securities, this is a sign that maybe Europeans are going to want to spend a lot less on solar energy.

“Germany accounted for about a quarter of global Solar PV demand in 2012 and was by far the largest single market. Global Solar PV demand was expected to be approximately 30GW in 2012, with Germany being the largest single market. Outside of Germany, China, Italy, the US, and Japan were the largest markets—all expected to come in less than 5GW. Italy has also been taking aggressive action to limit new solar installations.”

Solar Power installations

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January 12, 2013 · 7:03 am