Wed, Jun 20 2012 at 12:42 PM
When deciding which officials you would like to elect for any office, ask them this crucial question: "Do you believe in growing your own?" Don't be specific about what a person might grow. If any candidate says that the government should have any say whatsoever about what a person grows, they should never be elected, because it is our essential human right to be able to grow food and medicine for ourselves. Without it, we are reliant upon our government and corporations for our nurishment, and we all know how well that goes... Snootie, uptight neighbors don't help either. It's unfortunate that this action will cost Ms. Morrison as well as the city considerable amounts of money, time, and energy over a basic human right. Chopping down her garden is on par with killing her children, in my book.
Wed, Oct 26 2011 at 11:20 AM
seriously? $250? Well I guess the rich have yet another way of saving energy and money. But what about the rest of us?
Wed, Sep 28 2011 at 10:09 AM
People must also understand that if you live in areas where coal is the primary source of electricity, if you plug into the grid to charge your all electric vehicle, you're actually responsible for MORE greenhouse gasses than if you had driven your gas powered vehicle. Just because it's electric doesn't mean it is clean or green. You have to consider the source of that electricity. However, if you have a grid-tied solar system, you can generate that energy locally and charge your vehicle during the day. Doing this ensures you are using clean energy.