Further Reading on Light-bulb Reprieve

December 19, 2011

National Review has an editorial on the subject.

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6 Responses to “Further Reading on Light-bulb Reprieve”

  1. Snoodickle Says:

    From your compatriots at Fox News.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,309220,00.html

  2. peterdub Says:

    All about the regulations and how the amendments affect them (or not)
    and updates on the 10 us state repeal ban bills (legislated texas)
    http://ceolas.net/#li01inx

  3. peterdub Says:

    also, on the absurdity of the US regulations
    – they are actually based on light bulb brightness, rather than energy use…
    http://freedomlightbulb.blogspot.com/2012/01/usa-regulation-absurdity-dim-100w-bulbs.html


  4. Wow. The only thing weirder than the regulations we’re told the government is handing down are the regulations the government is actually handing down.

    • peterdub Says:

      ” The only thing weirder than the regulations we’re told the government is handing down are the regulations the government is actually handing down.”

      :-)

      Yes, and those favoring the ban
      keep repeating the fact that “Hey, the light bulb manufacturers themselves welcome ansd support the ban!”
      Right.
      Why welcome being told what you can or can’t make? :-)
      http://ceolas.net/#phoebuspol
      Yes, it’s that bad….or profitable, for some.

  5. peterdub Says:

    PS, re the about page
    ““Staring at a white background while you read is like staring at a light bulb”.
    well, at least there soon won’t be any bright bulbs to stare at, by the looks of things (irony!)


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