DISQUS Doodlings – There’s always one in the bunch!

by Skip January 15, 2018

Of course this is from TreeHugger on a post labeled Efficiency is important, but it is time to get serious about sufficiency where the theme on the post how to decrease overall energy use and just not make things more efficient in their use of energy (because we keep making more and more things that use energy).  […]

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DISQUS Doodlings – once again, Environmentalist proves they hate humans

by Skip July 13, 2017

They get so upset when they get found out when they let slip that their whole idea is that humanity is the evil that plagues Nature and GAIA (the quaint notion that Earth is a living being).  And then they get upset when we merely observe what they say – and repeat it.  The sick […]

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At the altar of Gaia…

by Susan Olsen August 22, 2015

“I’m not a Catholic, or anything for that matter, and watching this circus unfold is giving me a migraine. A bunch of wizards and mystics all arguing over the magnitude of the unicorn herd, while posturing madly on the brink of the moral abyss. It’s 100% nonsense. And 100% Vaudeville, a rapidly-unfolding satire & farce […]

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Maybe Global Warming Isn’t Melting the Butter

by Steve MacDonald February 16, 2015
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“The problem is we don’t know what the climate is doing. We thought we knew 20 years ago. That led to some alarmist books – mine included – because it looked clear-cut, but it hasn’t happened,” – James Lovelock – Gaia Hypothesis (Wealthy High Priest of the Global Warmingism) Hint – it is not melting […]

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The Complete Gaia Comment Stream

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2012

New Hampshire Public Employee Gaia managed to read, consume, and then comment at the Concord Monitor’s web site some 1200 times in just three years, more often than not during office hours. (Just to clarify this lastpoint, a super majority of time during office hours.) We could guess that they were doing it during one […]

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New Hampshire Bureaucrats Behaving Badly? Introducing GrokWatch

by Steve MacDonald April 25, 2012

No one respects found money, and there is nothing more abundantly “found” in its appearance than the millions and billions bilked from taxpayers every year to “run state and local government.” In the midst of that relationship, between producers and their wallets, are the hordes of bureaucrats, too many of whom are taking advantage of […]

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Meet Another State Employee Wasting Taxpayer Time Online

by Steve MacDonald April 7, 2012

We thought DickNH was trying to set a record for a state employee posting comments at the Concord Monitor on taxpayer time.  He was posting comments and promoting his Democrat union agenda during office hours.  But since our discovery and the ongoing effort to pursue a 91-A Right to Know Request to determine just how […]

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Another NH State Employee Wasting Your Time And Money?

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2012

Have you been following the tragic tale? It’s a dog bites man story.  State agency appears to have an IT policy it can’t or wont enforce, the result of which is that people who blog for a hobby are the only ones with any hope of keeping public employees from wasting your time and tax […]

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