Thursday, September 10, 2009


Jim Spencer, CEO of EverPower Wind Holdings Inc., which just received a $42.2 million Department of Energy grant for the Highland wind farm in Pennsylvania, quoted in the Wall Street Journal:
In order to make wind power economical, it requires a tax subsidy.
Exactly--windmills cost more than the energy they produce (and are ugly besides). So why subsidize?

And don't say "jobs."

(via Planet Gore)


OBloodyHell said...

> And don't say "jobs."

Ok: It's yobs, man. Yobs. Choo know whut I mean?

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Assistant Village Idiot said...

It's like saying "To be tall enough for the basketball team, I have to stand on a chair," or "This mattress is so bad you have to put a good mattress on it to sleep."

word verification "grant"