It takes 30 percent fewer workers to build an electric car than one that is powered by gasoline.
Seek first William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-30-19
Cngz oy znk kyyktzogr gyvkiz ul Xuyn Ngyngtgn? Znk iuxutgzout ul Muj gy Qotm. Znay uax Ygmky wauzk Muj gy gyqotm: ‘Yge hkluxk Sk… bkxyky xklrkizotm Se Qotmynov zu sgqk Sk Qotm ubkx eua.’
Faith is a necessity William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-29-19
Gzy xjjp knwxy mnx pnslitr fsi mnx wnlmyjtzxsjxx, fsi fqq ymjxj ymnslx bnqq gj lnajs yt dtz fx bjqq.
Gray ships are harder to see at night than all black ships. The Navy found this out during World War II, when it painted some destroyers all black.
Gray ships William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-28-19
ADL OK With Hypocrisy — The Anti-Defamation League was founded to combat anti-semitism but has progressed into something, well, different.
It has now declared the OK hand sign to be an indication of racism along with bowl hair cuts.
Here’s a principle that can’t be denied: Those who treat the petty seriously will be treated pettily. Hand signs, hair cuts and green frogs are all petty things.
Here’s another principle that can’t be denied: Those who treat the serious stuff as petty will also be treated pettily.
Political figures sucking up to proven anti-semitic bigots — as just about every Democrat candidate did with Al Sharpton and the Congressional Black Caucus (with future President Barack Obama) did with Louis Farrakhan — are serious matters. Granted the ADL consistently condemns Farrakhan but invariably gives a pass to his Democrat enablers.
That sort of defeats the point of the group’s purpose.
The ADL makes petty the serious and the serious petty.
It should not be taken seriously.
ADL OK With Hypocrisy
Physical being William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-28-19
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: A man who as a physical being is always turned toward the outside, thinking that his happiness lies outside him, finally turns inward and discovers that the source is within him.
All parts of the dandelion are edible. It’s even cultivated for consumption in many places that are not suburban back yards.
Dandelion are edible William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-27-19
Great literature William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-27-19
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Great literature should do some good to the reader: must quicken his perception though dull, and sharpen his discrimination though blunt, and mellow the rawness of his personal opinions.
A. E. Housman
Tobacco is radioactive. Just one more reason not to smoke.
Tobacco is radioactive William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-26-19
Brian Fitzpatrick Carbon Tax Bill — Brian Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania’s 1st District Republican congressman, will be introducing a “carbon tax bill” today says the Washington Examiner. It will be similar to Market Choice Act introduced in 2018 by Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FLA26) which died in committee.
The Curbelo bill imposed a tax of $24 per metric ton on industrial carbon-dioxide emissions, beginning in 2020 and rising annually at a rate of 2 percent above inflation.
In return, federal taxes on gasoline, diesel and aviation fuel would be repealed. The payers would mostly be operators of coal and natural gas power plants.
This means paying more for lighting, air-conditioning and heat, and maybe less for food and transportation.
And of course, coal plants (and mines and their jobs) would soon disappear as natural gas produces much less CO2.
Which would naturally mean less revenue which means someone is going to pound his fist and say we need to bring back the gasoline tax.
The claim that most of carbon tax money will be used to rebuild infrastructure also deserves a big LOL as that is what the gasoline and diesel tax is supposed to do now and obviously doesn’t.
We can’t jump on Fitzpatrick too much. Our wish is to replace all coal and NG plants with nuclear and hydro-electric ones so we give him credit for trying.
Hey Brian, if you really want to fix infrastructure repeal the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931. Studies show it adds 20 percent to the cost of federal projects. Repealing it means 20 percent more work with same amount of money. Infrastructure problem are solved. It’s almost like magic.
And on the other hand there is Pat Toomey.
Pennsylvania’s “Republican” senator joined the Democrats in again futilely voting to repeal President Trump’s court-approved use of emergency funds to build the much-needed wall on the Mexican border.
This wall is not anti-immigration. The wall is anti-drug smuggling and anti-child trafficking. If border crossers are forced to use supervised ports of entry it becomes a whole lot harder to bring children here to be molested.
Cartel coyotes no longer abandon customers to die in the desert.
Senator, a whole lot more Pennsylvanians support this wall than KYW and the Philadelphia Inquirer will lead you to believe. This one is going to burn you.