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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Edison Hour is Lighting Up Facebook

This Saturday, March 28, 8:30-930 p.m., please be a responsible and grateful Industrial Revolutionist and TURN ON YOUR LIGHTS -- join Edison Hour on Facebook.

In a bit of coincidental intellectual greatness, the University of Michigan Students of Objectivism recently had the same "Edison Hour" lightbulb over their heads that I had last year.  Rational minds do think alike!

Protest those unfortunate souls who would admit guilt for living in the most innovative country in human history and apologize for human happiness and success. Remember, this is not about conservation. We are not running out of energy. And don't be fooled by the unsubstantiated propaganda that human beings are destroying a fragile earth -- our planet is not fragile and we can do nothing to change the weather, silly people. :-)

So be sure to GO EDISON on the 28th. Let's make this the brightest celebration on earth!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the "lights on" time 8;30-9:30 Eastern Standard Time or does it matter? Mike

March 24, 2009 8:12 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

Hi Mike,

It's 830pm in your local time. This would be consistent with those sick puppies at "Earth Hour":

I find it interesting that Europe is riddled with participating cities for earth hour, but the U.S. is not. I hope Islamic rioters in France will not get the idea to set cars on fire when no one will be able to see who did it. It would be so much easier for crime in general to happen when lights are off, of course. Honestly, turning off every light on a Saturday night is the stupidest idea in the world. The enviros should have had enough sense to do a "no electricity" hour in the daytime. But I'm sure the man-hatred in them couldn't resist wanting to see the world plunged into darkness. Blagh!

March 24, 2009 8:38 AM  
Blogger Darren Rickard said...

My first Edison Hour was the brightest night I have ever had

Most illuminating.

Those other drongos commiserating "Earth Hour" were, once again, left in the dark.

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