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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Rare Bird Killed by Wind Turbine! Green Weenies & Gaia to Blame!

The Law of Unintended Consequences.

Its relentless march is all-consuming, unavoidable, unending.

It's a bitch.

Let me el explain-o.

Green Weenies

And I don't mean the hot dog kind of weenie.

There are millions of Dumbasses around the world who preach doom and gloom because Man is "killing  - creator and giver of birth to Earth as well as the entire Universe. They do so under the guise of "Climate Change". More recently, "Climate Change" was called "Global Warming" - that is until the Earth's temperature began cooling. Back in the 70s, "Global Cooling" was all the rage. Where I come from, we call this phenomenon "Weather". But, I digress.

Green weenies blame any and all variances in weather patterns around the world on Man's use of fossil fuels such as petroleum and coal, even wood! So they set out to "green the planet" by trying to force a bunch of bullshit down every one's throats. BS like electric cars and wind turbines which, while fine ideas, are too damned expensive and inefficient to operate and maintain and give minimal performance in return for the capital investment.

For now anyway. Ten years from now? These endeavors may be economically feasible, just not now.

You get the idea.

The White-throated Needletail

The white-throated needletail is a bird. A very rare bird it turns out. Especially in England.

The WTN had not been seen in Britain in twenty-two years, with only eight sightings since 1846, and was thought to be extinct. Until a few weeks ago. Once the sighting of the white-throated needletail was confirmed, bird watchers, called "twitchers" in the UK, from all the lands of Earth made their way to Merry Old England to view this magnificent fowl.

Reaching in-flight speeds of over 100 mph, the white-throated needletail dazzled twitchers and non-twitchers alike with its aerial acrobatics.

As you can imagine, this was a Big Deal to Birding People.

This is a brief video clip of the WTN in flight:

Impressive, to say the least.

Enter the Wind Turbine

Did I mention that there are wind turbines where this rare bird was sighted?

There are.

There had been only eight recorded sightings of the white-throated needletail in the UK since 1846. So when one popped up again on British shores this week, twitchers were understandably excited.

A group of 40 enthusiasts dashed to the Hebrides to catch a glimpse of the brown, black and blue bird, which breeds in Asia and winters in Australasia.
But instead of being treated to a wildlife spectacle they were left with a horror show when it flew into a wind turbine and was killed. - Daily Mail

Inquiring Minds Wanna Know  

Who or What will the Green Weenies blame for the death of this nearly-extinct-in-Britain bird?
  • Global Warming?
  • Global Cooling?
  • Climate Change?
  • Big Oil?
  • Big Coal?
  • Big Wind Turbine?
  • PETA?
  • The Bird?
  • The twitchers?
  • God? Oh, wait. They don't believe in God, only Gaia. And she's off the hook.
  • The Law of Unintended Circumstances?
  • George W. Bush?
Green Weenies International® was unavailable for comment.

    1 comment:

    1. That SOOO reminded me of this story, from 2009:


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