Which one day of the week do you want to live?

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Which one day of the week 
do you want to live?
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  • Which one day of the week do you want to run the 
    electricity in your home?

                Al Gore makes it sound as if all you’ll need
              to do is use a few of those curlycue light bulbs, 
              but cutting your energy use by 80 percent will
              require drastic lifestyle changes.

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  • Which one day of the week do you want to drive?
               Al Gore wants to force you to cut your energy 
              use by 80 percent. How else do you think that 
              will happen? (Will you even be allowed to own 
              a car? More than one car will most certainly 
              be considered frivolous.)

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  • Which one day of the week do you want to run 
    your furnace?

              How else will you cut your energy use by 
            80 percent?

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  • Which one day of the week do you want to use 
    your computer? 

              Remember, electricity only one day per week.
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  • Which one day of the week do you want to wash 
    and dry your hair?

              Oops. Forget the hair dryer - too frivolous.
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  • Which one day of the month do you want to 
    wash your clothes and hang them out to dry?

              Forget the clothes dryer - too frivolous.
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  • Which one day of the week to you want to run 
    your dishwasher?

              Forget the dishwasher - too frivolous.
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  • Which one day of the week do you want to run 
    your air conditioner?

              Forget the air conditioner –– too frivolous.
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  • Which one day of the week will you want to 
    go to work?

               With all of the businesses shutting down, 
             who’s going to need you?

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  • Which exotic foods are you prepared to give up? 
    Grapes? Lettuce? Oranges? Bananas?
              Those may not sound very exotic to you, but 
             if it’s not grown within 50 miles of your home, 
             forget it - transportation costs will be too 
             frivolous.

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  • How many people are you willing to have move 
    into your home?

              It won't take long before some convenient 
             scientist will create a study that shows that 
             the average person requires only 200 square 
             feet of floor space. If you have a 3,000 
             square-foot house, you should therefore 
             have room for 15 people. If you have four 
             people in your family, you'll be required to
             - voluntarily - allow eleven homeless people 
             to move in free of charge. 

             Don't laugh, Comrade. 
             I'll bet someone is already working on this. 
             (Remember Dr. Zhivago?)

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    Al Gore wants to force you to cut your energy 
    use by 80 percent.

              Do you really want to follow someone who 
            is intent on destroying your way of life?

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                                  Please think about it.

                        John McCain, are you listening?

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See also: Enduring Tajikistan's coldest winter
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Robert W. Felix, author of Not by Fire but by Ice, maintains that we are now headed into an ice age, and that this would be the worst possible time to restrict energy use. Felix is also the editor of www.iceagenow.com

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