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Next they'll be banning singing in the 5-minute-or-less-shower. Singing in the shower blots out the sounds of jet engines overhead transporting carbon footprint Sasquatch to their next jet stop

The Sasquatch carbon footprints of the sanctimonious environmentalists


By —— Bio and Archives--March 17, 2015

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Overlooked in the Barack and Michelle Obama same-day separate flights to L.A.: Their indelible Sasquatch carbon footprints.

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“President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama flew to Los Angeles on Thursday for TV appearances but took separate flights, collectively costing taxpayers at least $1 million. (FoxNews. March 15, 2015)

“The president went to appear live on comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show on ABC, while the first lady went to Warner Bros.’ studios in nearby Burbank to tape an appearance on Ellen Degeneres’ popular daytime show that is scheduled to air on Monday.

“Obama traveled on Air Force One, which reportedly costs taxpayers at least $200,000 per flight hour. So the price of his five-hour, coast-to-coast trip will be roughly $1 million.

“The cost of an Air Force flight like the one the first lady took reportedly costs more than $28,000 an hour.

“After appearing on “Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel,” the president attended a Democratic National Committee fundraiser, then left Friday morning for Phoenix to visit a veterans’ hospital before returning to Washington.”

Her playtime with Ellen in the bag, Michelle returned directly to Washington.

Like all phony environmentalists who see big dollar signs when they come up with never-ending schemes to game climate change, the carbon footprints of the Obamas can be seen from outer space.

Just as Bigfoot in the carbon foot print department are those of Obama buddy fat-cat Al Gore, whose latest Howard Dean-like scream is: “We need to ‘punish climate-change deniers’.

Gore’s spewing forth down at the South by Southwest (SXSW) currently underway in Austin, Texas.

“For the third time in the last few years, Al Gore, founder and chairman of the Climate Reality Project, spoke at the festival on Friday. Naturally, his interactive discussionfocused on addressing the climate crisis. The former vice president focused on the need to “punish climate-change deniers, saying politicians should pay a price for rejecting ‘accepted science,’” said the Chicago Tribune.

“Gore said forward-thinking investors are moving away from companies that invest in fossil fuels and towards companies investing in renewable energy.“We need to put a price on carbon to accelerate these market trends,” Gore told the Chicago Tribune, referring to a proposed federal cap-and-trade system that would penalize companies that exceeded their carbon-emission limits.“And in order to do that, we need to put a price on denial in politics.”

“He called on the tech-minded SXSW crowd, which is dominated by Millenials, to harness technology to launch a grassroots movement to tackle climate change and call out climate deniers.“We have this denial industry cranked up constantly,” Gore said. “In addition to 99 percent of the scientists and all the professional scientific organizations, now Mother Nature is weighing in.”

So convinced is Gore that Pope Francis will give rich and ongoing fodder to climate change hysterics in his anticipated encyclical on the environment this summer, Gore may convert to Catholicism.

While the stars of former and present-day politics and religion get to burp carbon into the environment, the little guy is about to be spied upon by EPA when in the shower.

Not only does the EPA want to monitor how long hotel guests are spending in the shower, they have a $15,000 grant to create a device to “modify” guests behavior.

“The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants hotels to monitor how much time its guests spend in the shower. (FreeBeacon, March 17, 2015)

“The agency is spending $15,000 to create a wireless system that will track how much water a hotel guest uses to get them to “modify their behavior.”

“Hotels consume a significant amount of water in the U.S. and around the world,” an EPA grant to the University of Tulsa reads. “Most hotels do not monitor individual guest water usage and as a result, millions of gallons of potable water are wasted every year by hotel guests.”

“The proposed work aims to develop a novel low cost wireless device for monitoring water use from hotel guest room showers,” it said. “This device will be designed to fit most new and existing hotel shower fixtures and will wirelessly transmit hotel guest water usage data to a central hotel accounting system.”

“The funding is going toward creating a prototype and market analysis for the device. The goal of the project is to change the behavior of Americans when they stay at hotels.

“This technology will provide hotel guests with the ability to monitor their daily water online or using a smartphone app and will assist hotel guests in modifying their behavior to help conserve water,” the grant said.

“The EPA also has a WaterSense program that challenges hotels to track their water use and upgrade their restrooms with low-flow toilets and showerheads.

“The EPA is concerned that the average shower, which lasts just eight minutes, uses 18 gallons of water, and has asked Americans to reduce their shower length by at least one minute.”

The EPA wants the population to ‘go Navy’:

“The method requires three steps: 1) turn on water to rinse body and hair; 2) turn off water while shampooing hair and washing body with soap and washcloth; 3) resume water flow and rinse off all shampoo and soap,” the group said. “Using this technique, the total duration of water flow can easily be reduced to 5 minutes or less.”

Next they’ll be banning singing in the 5-minute-or-less-shower.  Singing in the shower blots out the sounds of jet engines overhead transporting carbon footprint Sasquatch to their next jet stop.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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