Posted Wednesday, April 29, 2015 8:11 AM | Contributed by Jeff
He drives a Tesla plug-in, speaks passionately about the perils of climate change and is an architect of one of the most ambitious green energy initiatives in the state. But for the past month, Six Flags Great Adventure President John Fitzgerald has drawn the ire of New Jersey environmentalists, who have lined up in opposition to his plan to cut down 19,000 trees for a 90-acre solar farm.
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Because it's a discussion forum.
And to be completely honest, I went several months completely ignoring Travis. I called him out for his targeting Regulus. I get that he doesn't like him, I understand why. I just found it odd that he was okay doing the same thing he accuses me of, and then came in here and went off topic knowing that he wanted a response (that I admittedly responded to). It rubs me wrong that he whines about how I act, but then does what he says I do. But I'm done. I'm sure he'll come back here and pat me on the head instead of going back on topic of the solar farm.Last edited by Tekwardo, Friday, May 1, 2015 12:45 PM
Regardless of your explanation, your rants toward each other are pretty boring to read.
I agree 100%, actually.
Now how bout that solar farm?
Back to California. I think a certain neighbor might want to think about installing solar panels over those new shades to make up for the increased AC usage.
I wish we could get along and stop disrupting to the topic as well. Life's too short to be angry. :) I already said what I could about the whole solar panel controversy in the last topic on the subject. Smile. :)
Clearly, this arguement isn't going to be resolved until somebody invents solar trees.
How are solar trees going to help resolve the Krause and TeknoRichard argument?
Because, um, when they finally 'lighten' up it will be, uh...a re-leaf...?Last edited by Ensign Smith, Saturday, May 2, 2015 5:28 PM
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