The McGuinty govt. of Ontario has gone all the way in an attempt to save the planet by introducing the “Green Homes Plan”
In order to be truly Green, no manufactured building materials will be allowed in new homes.
Here are just a couple of the new models that will be available soon.
This home will be of interest to the first time home buyer or those looking to downsize after retirement.
Below is a new complex and will be of special interest to those with a busy lifestyle. Besides all the other benefits of living in a MUD HUT you can see the community clothes drying facilities in the center courtyard.
Thank you Mr. McGuinty and Mr. Smitherman for your help in making Ontario a “Green Province” we can be all proud of.
Sorry if we questioned your vision. Some thought you were an idiot.
Well, you proved us wrong!
In only a couple of weeks our new Green Homes will be powered intermittently by Majestic wind turbines and we will have light and electricity………………sometimes.
I don’t eat much fast food but if this sign was in front of a fast food near me I’d make an exception. Hats of to the independent operator of the Burger Kings mentioned in this story.
Global Warming is a huge fraud and if you don’t understand by now – You aren’t too Bright!
If you live near one of these Burger Kings drop in, buy a burger and show your support.
Enjoy the story
Burger King Calls Global Warming “Baloney”
Posted by Chris Davis on Wed, May 27, 2009 at 8:19 PM
Care to eavesdrop on my incredibly strange conversation with a female BK employee who didn’t identify herself? Read on.
Me: Hi, I’m calling from the Flyer about your sign. Does Burger King really think global warming is baloney?
Me:(calling back): Your sign out front says global warming is baloney.
BK: I don’t see that sir.
Me: Well it does.
BK: I don’t see that sir… I change the signs and that sign’s been up for a week.
Me: Well, I have pictures that I took this afternoon [cross conversation ensuring I’m calling the correct BK. I am]
Me: So there’s no question that your sign said it and so did one in Midtown. I want to know if it was on purpose or if it was a prank someone pulled on you.
BK: Let me get the manager. [several minutes of dead air then the same or very similar voice picks up.]
BK: Who were you holding for?
Me: A manager, about the sign. I have pictures of the sign and people have called me upset. I just want to know if it’s a mistake or not so I can report it. [rehash of previous conversation]
BK: Let me go outside and look at the sign and I’ll call you right back. [exchange of contact info]
[phone rings, I answer]
BK: The sign was put up yesterday.
Me: And it’s not a mistake?
Me: It reflects the opinion of BK international?
BK: Yes. Would you like to talk to the home office? I can give you a number.
Me: I’ve got the number, I’ve already contacted them. Thanks.
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Thanks for the laughs Dick. One funny show – ahead of it’s time.
Laugh-In comic Martin dies at 86
Rowan (left) and Martin (right) had worked together since the 1950s
Actor and comedian Dick Martin, whose series Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In made stars of Goldie Hawn and Lily Tomlin, has died in California, aged 86.
Martin, who also directed a string of TV shows, was being treated for respiratory problems in a Santa Monica hospital, a family spokesman said.
“He had some severe problems for many years, and had pretty much stopped breathing a week ago,” he added.
The series took US TV by storm when it began in January 1968.
Rather than relying on scripted song-and-dance segments, it offered quickfire jokes, political satire and slapstick from a team of young actors and comedians, creating catchphrases such as “sock it to me!”.