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by dallfo  Jul 28, 2014

Thank you.

by dallfo  Jul 27, 2014

Never heard of it. Tell me more. I'm assuming that reference is to John Galt from Ayn Rand's, Atlas Shrugged. One of my favorite books.

by dallfo  Jul 26, 2014

Exactly.

by dallfo  Jul 19, 2014

An excellent response to my article. Thank you.

by dallfo  Jul 10, 2014

An excellent response to my article. Thank you.

by JimL1  Jun 29, 2014

Is there anyone who still thinks that somewhere within the 50 states it is illegal to drive barefoot? Let them check this out; http://thelaw.tv/news/2013/03/19/is-it-legal-to-drive-barefoot/

by SHEP20715  May 26, 2014

Congratulations on posting for 700 consecutive days. That is real dedication. . Wishing you success in all that you do. Have a nice Memorial Day weekend .YB.Shep

by ItisAJeepThing  May 26, 2014

Congratulations on having the tenacity to post for 700 consecutive days! Have a good Memorial Day. Warren :)

by LanguageMan1  Mar 16, 2014

"The socialist model is working. Shepherd people into large metropolitan areas, deny them the freedom of an automobile and pack them into buses and trains, so they become accustomed to having their lives dictated by the government." Oh man, you're so right on the money with that. However, the Republicans and Democrats both have a hand in that as well.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 05, 2014

"Eliminating the goals does not put an end to the wind energy generation. It just takes the pressure off so it can be done in a reasonable and responsible manner." Exactly! The previous Democratic governor signed off on the order in 2008, but he didn't approve enough work being done in time before he left office. They have enough wind, not enough money or time. Plus, big business isn't going in with the money like they had hoped. They want 3000 megawatts by 2020, 2000 by 2015 and they have 450 megawatts as of now. They're not going to make it in time for 2015 unless they put up somewhere between 600 and 720 new turbines, and it would mean at least 2 a day for the rest of the year. Not gonna happen. Of course though, the new governor hasn't done enough; but that's typical of both sides at the top today.

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