czar palin, crude nuke, & deceit

I’ve been picking up a new book my sis sent down from Denver post-convention. It’s about energy. More specifically, it’s a hyper-annotated challenge to these isolationist chanters enervating over energy “independence” who have have grown so pervasive of late. It’ll likely be one of those great love-hate reads that pushes me to grouse, kvetch, and argue into some new realizations.

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caught in the act

Why is this man filming me?

What about his buddy in the Ranger with the viewfinder glued to his eye?

Several men with digital recorders and hard hats took part in a digitized stand-off Saturday as a group of about 20 uranium-curious amateur photographers toured mining operations outside Kingsville sans invitation.

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goliad needs you (again)

There will be a uranium mining teach-in down in Goliad this Saturday. It promises to shed more light on UEC’s efforts to mine uranium from shallow water drinking aquifers downriver from San Antonio. That would place it in prime cattle country and upriver from the oysters, shrimp, and wading birds of San Antonio Bay, fellas.

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