CCX bites the dust

Discussion in 'Kiddie Korner' started by jimpeel, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    So long carbon trading. That idea was about as smart of an investment as the dot-com craze.

    SOURCE (The ONLY source because the MSM isn't talking about this.)

  2. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    now now
    cap and trade was never any comparison to the dom com.
    Google, yahoo....

    Dom coms are still doing well.
    Like everything always have to look out for the shysters.
  3. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    Past the point of no return?

    look around you
    think of what has happened in the last two years
    these criminals aren't vanquished

    enslavement is inevitable unless we rise up and stop them but the
    Sheeple are docile

    something as innocuous as outlawing incandescent light bulbs

    I mean c'mon why does the government need to regulate you
    down to that insane level?

    Why don't people just say fuck you I'll figure out how to light my home?

    Who cares if the carbon tax isn't implemented this election cycle?
    They will just pass the VAT tax instead!
  4. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Cat, do you mean "dot coms?" Or "dom coms?" I'm not sure what "dom coms" are.

    To the subject, carbon trading was always such crap. The point of reducing carbon emissions was to REDUCE carbon emissions, not move imaginary "credits" around so that old soot producers could continue to belch toxic chemicals and carbon into the air. :rolleyes:

    I live in Texas and a lot of the worst air polluters were grandfathered in to protect them from having to upgrade their equipment. As a result, Houston and surrounding cities have a higher than average lung cancer rate.
  5. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    yeah Dot Coms
  6. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Not a problem. I know you slip the keys every once in a while, that's why I asked. :)
  7. Luis G

    Luis G <i><b>Problemator</b></i> Staff Member

    This thread got the name wrong, it is quite hard for a CCX to bite the dust :D

    Improved time
  8. Gonz

    Gonz molṑn labé Staff Member

  9. jimpeel

    jimpeel Well-Known Member

    The guy said in the tape that this beast costs 415,000 pounds, or $665,415, per copy.

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