it’s from a german site, but it’s in english, so don’T worry)http://www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/netzkultur/0,1518,223838,00.html
Ha, you Germans are a silly folk…
But us Americans have, Twinkizores!
Best of the 20th Century
Ronald Reagan - inspirational leader, made americans proud, killed the USSR and Warsaw Pact threat, brought America back from the economic misery of the late 1960’s and 1970’s
Dwight D. Eisenhower - a brilliant man who got things done
FDR (War Years) - a leader when leadership was needed
Richard Nixon - resignation overshadows the fact he was a good president
Teddy Roosevelt - conservationist, expanded US influence in the world
Worst of the 20th Century
LBJ - Corrupt, Stupid, and Foolish…many Americans died for no reason under his leadership, the ‘Great Society’ was a complete failure.
JFK - Corrupted by the Mob, Bay of Pigs failure, all flash no substance
FDR (Depression Era) - Depression dragged on because of his inept policies
Jimmy Carter - Wimp, Apologist, and Poor leader
Herbert Hoover - Couldn’t breech the floodgates of the Depression
Whoever the “Jimmy Carter” fan is, is a complete moron. I don’t even have to explain the reasons why he was perhaps the least effective leader this country has ever had.
Pink Flyod is what I grew up on in Junior and Senior High…can’t say anything else that would get me in trouble…
I love Oasis’s first US album. Wonderwall, Morning Glory, and Champagne Supernova are songs I can use to reference every major event in 1995-6.
Morrissey on May 11, 2007 at the Orpheum Theater in Omaha, NE.
shame on me, i forgot Morrissey.
Morrissey, November 2007, Chicago
Morrissey is one of a couple of bands/singers that I would see more than once. Metallica was a pretty good show too.
The amount of solar panels needed will depend on the intensity of the sunlight received as does the efficiency. Solar energy is said to be a lot cleaner than energy collected from coal, oil or nuclear energy sources, because there are no pollutants released into the air. Through technological advances which are displayed in Earth 4 Energys instructions and information guide, these solar power systems have become attainable to the common man since the price has decreased steadily. It also has become a possibility for us to produce enough solar energy to actually sell the extra amounts back to the power companies, to make a substantial profit.
What government needs to do is back off the money. This will make companies have to look at alternative and innovative solutions. They will have to improve their product to a price point that people will accept. I mean, they have the easiest tag line any company could ask for. No sensible person wants to actively pollute the environment, but money talks, and so we agree to use coal power in exchange for the cheaper price. In the long run, our government is just loving us all.