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House turns off light bulb standards by voice vote
The Politco ^ | July 15, 2011 | DARREN GOODE

Posted on 07/15/2011 3:36:26 PM PDT by NRG1973

The House on Friday morning moved to block federal light bulb efficiency standards without even a roll call vote.

An amendment from Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) defunding the Energy Department's standards for traditional incandescent light bulbs to be 30 percent more energy efficient starting next year was approved rather anticlimactically by voice vote.

The success of the amendment appeared inevitable in the House, where the fate of the incandescent light bulb became a symbol in the fight against federal regulations.

Democrats and the White House have opposed the move to block the standards, which were included in a 2007 energy bill signed by President George W. Bush. DOE has said the standards could save consumers $6 billion a year.

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TOPICS: Breaking News; Business/Economy; Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: bulbs; dimbulb; doe; energy; epilectic; flicker; generalelectric; incandescent; jihadobama; lightbulbs; nergy; obamasjihad
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I don't know how "final" this is but at least its a serious effort.
1 posted on 07/15/2011 3:36:30 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: NRG1973

I hope this is it, I hate those little squiggly bulbs!


2 posted on 07/15/2011 3:39:33 PM PDT by chae (I was anti-Obama before it was cool)
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To: NRG1973

The day the light bulb nazis decided it was THEIR right to tell us how to light our homes, rather than ours was the day this country went from being in trouble to being in danger.


3 posted on 07/15/2011 3:40:04 PM PDT by Pravious
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To: NRG1973

Does this mean I can quit worrying about the stupid curly bulbs in whose light I can’t tell colors apart?


4 posted on 07/15/2011 3:41:24 PM PDT by FrogMom (There is no such thing as an honest democrat!)
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To: FrogMom
Does this mean I can quit worrying about the stupid curly bulbs in whose light I can’t tell colors apart?

I don't know. This clause was inserted in the 2012 appropriation bill for the Energy Department. If 0bama signs it then I guess the incandescent light bulb ban is history.

I can't imagine the president vetoing the Energy Dept spending bill just because of this...but you never know what he's gonna do.

5 posted on 07/15/2011 3:45:09 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: NRG1973

Now can we get an American company to remanufacture them?


6 posted on 07/15/2011 3:45:20 PM PDT by givemELL (Does Taiwan eet the Criteria to Qualify as an "Overseas Territory of the United States"? by Richar)
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To: NRG1973

The voice vote was to insulate individual Congressmen from the wrath of the environmentalists.


7 posted on 07/15/2011 3:46:10 PM PDT by kabar
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To: givemELL

The Chinese will be happy to help us. They are the ones making the energy saving ones.


8 posted on 07/15/2011 3:47:40 PM PDT by kabar
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To: NRG1973
"yea"!
9 posted on 07/15/2011 3:50:07 PM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network
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To: kabar
The voice vote was to insulate individual Congressmen from the wrath of the environmentalists.

OK, that makes sense. Nometheless, Representative Michael Burgess (R-Texas) deserves credit for getting this done.

10 posted on 07/15/2011 3:50:27 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: NRG1973

This could be the light at the end of the long tunnel of environazi darkness. May we soon be out of it.


11 posted on 07/15/2011 3:51:54 PM PDT by samtheman
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To: NRG1973
I intend to save energy.

I'm sticking to candles. They were good enough for my great grandma, they're good enough for me.

Romantic dinners at my house daily! burnt food will be unnoticeable!

12 posted on 07/15/2011 3:53:25 PM PDT by 1_Rain_Drop
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To: NRG1973

Cleanup and Disposal Guidelines
For Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFLs)
June 2008

What precautions should I take when using CFLs in my home?

CFLs are made of glass and can break if dropped or roughly handled. Be careful when removing the bulb from its packaging, installing it, or replacing it. Always screw and unscrew the light bulb by its base (not the glass), and never forcefully twist the CFL into a light socket. If a CFL breaks in your home, follow the clean-up recommendations below. Used CFLs should be disposed of properly (see below).

What should I do with a CFL when it burns out?

EPA recommends that consumers take advantage of available local recycling options for compact fluorescent light bulbs. EPA is working with CFL manufacturers and major U.S. retailers to expand recycling and disposal options. Consumers can contact their local municipal solid waste agency directly, or go to www.epa.gov/bulbrecycling or http://www.earth911.org to identify local recycling options.

If your state or local environmental regulatory agency permits you to put used or broken CFLs in the garbage, seal the bulb in two plastic bags and put it into the outside trash, or other protected outside location, for the next normal trash collection. Never send a fluorescent light bulb or any other mercury-containing product to an incinerator.

If your ENERGY STAR qualified CFL product burns out before it should, look at the CFL base to find the manufacturer’s name. Visit the manufacturer’s web site to find the customer service contact information to inquire about a refund or replacement. Manufacturers producing ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs are required to offer at least a two-year limited warranty (covering manufacturer defects) for CFLs used at home. In the future, save your receipts to document the date of purchase.

How should I clean up a broken fluorescent bulb?

Because CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, EPA recommends the following clean-up and disposal guidelines:
1. Before Clean-up: Air Out the Room
• Have people and pets leave the room, and don’t let anyone walk through the breakage area on their way out.
• Open a window and leave the room for 15 minutes or more.
• Shut off the central forced-air heating/air conditioning system, if you have one.

2. Clean-Up Steps for Hard Surfaces
• Carefully scoop up glass fragments and powder using stiff paper or cardboard and place them in a glass jar with metal lid (such as a canning jar) or in a sealed plastic bag.
• Use sticky tape, such as duct tape, to pick up any remaining small glass pieces and powder.
• Wipe the area clean with damp paper towels or disposable wet wipes. Place towels in the glass jar or plastic bag.
• Do not use a vacuum or broom to clean up the broken bulb on hard surfaces.

3. Clean-up Steps for Carpeting or Rug:
• Carefully pick up glass fragments and place them in a glass jar with metal lid (such as a canning jar) or in a sealed plastic bag.
• Use sticky tape, such as duct tape, to pick up any remaining small glass fragments and powder.
• If vacuuming is needed after all visible materials are removed, vacuum the area where the bulb was broken.
• Remove the vacuum bag (or empty and wipe the canister), and put the bag or vacuum debris in a sealed plastic bag.

4. Clean-up Steps for Clothing, Bedding, etc.:
• If clothing or bedding materials come in direct contact with broken glass or mercury containing powder from inside the bulb that may stick to the fabric, the clothing or bedding should be thrown away. Do not wash such clothing or bedding because mercury fragments in the clothing may contaminate the machine and/or pollute sewage.
• You can, however, wash clothing or other materials that have been exposed to the mercury vapor from a broken CFL, such as the clothing you are wearing when you cleaned up the broken CFL, as long as that clothing has not come into direct contact with the materials from the broken bulb.
• If shoes come into direct contact with broken glass or mercury-containing powder from the bulb, wipe them off with damp paper towels or disposable wet wipes. Place the
towels or wipes in a glass jar or plastic bag for disposal.

5. Disposal of Clean-up Materials
• Immediately place all clean-up materials outdoors in a trash container or protected area for the next normal trash pickup.
• Wash your hands after disposing of the jars or plastic bags containing clean-up materials.
• Check with your local or state government about disposal requirements in your specific area. Some states do not allow such trash disposal. Instead, they require that broken
and unbroken mercury-containing bulbs be taken to a local recycling center.

6. Future Cleaning of Carpeting or Rug: Air Out the Room During and After Vacuuming
• The next several times you vacuum, shut off the central forced-air heating/air conditioning system and open a window before vacuuming.
• Keep the central heating/air conditioning system shut off and the window open for at least 15 minutes after vacuuming is completed.

For more information about compact fluorescent bulbs, visit http://www.energystar.gov/cfls

For more information about compact fluorescent bulbs and mercury, visit http://www.energystar.gov/mercury

EPA is continually reviewing its clean-up and disposal recommendations for CFLs to ensure that the Agency presents the most up-to-date information for consumers and businesses.


13 posted on 07/15/2011 3:55:21 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: NRG1973

Darn!! I have stocked up enough to last me, my children, and grandchildren, the rest of our lives, plus enough to have made some good money selling real light bulbs on the black market after the ban.


14 posted on 07/15/2011 3:55:47 PM PDT by SUSSA
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To: NRG1973
DOE has said the standards could save consumers $6 billion a year.

As a consumer, I'll decide if I want to save MY share of $6 billion a year all on my own you tyrant bass turds!

15 posted on 07/15/2011 3:56:02 PM PDT by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: 1_Rain_Drop
I intend to save energy.

I'm sticking to candles. They were good enough for my great grandma, they're good enough for me.

Romantic dinners at my house daily! burnt food will be unnoticeable!

If we all want to reduce greenhouse gases we can go back to burning whale oil for our lighting. The Envirowhackos would love that.

16 posted on 07/15/2011 3:56:44 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: givemELL

Since they are still producing 60# and 74# I’m sure one of them can put in a line for 100#.I’d even bet one of the closed factories may start calling worers back to work....hey look Obama really may create a real job that didn’t cost us $178,000!


17 posted on 07/15/2011 3:58:00 PM PDT by chris_bdba
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To: givemELL

Since they are still producing 60# and 75# I’m sure one of them can put in a line for 100#.I’d even bet one of the closed factories may start calling worers back to work....hey look Obama really may create a real job that didn’t cost us $178,000!


18 posted on 07/15/2011 3:58:11 PM PDT by chris_bdba
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To: NRG1973

Not done yet. The Senate could and probably will kill it.


19 posted on 07/15/2011 3:58:18 PM PDT by kabar
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20 posted on 07/15/2011 4:00:51 PM PDT by musicman (Until I see the REAL Long Form Vault BC, he's just "PRES__ENT" Obama = Without "ID")
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To: kabar
Not done yet. The Senate could and probably will kill it.

There must be something that the Senate wants to include in the 2012 Energy Dept. spending bill that the House GOP can hold hostage. We let that go and if they let this go.

21 posted on 07/15/2011 4:01:20 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: kabar
Are you bleeping me? Dingy Harry will never let this bill come to a vote in the Senate. And if by some miracle he did, President Obama would surely veto it.
22 posted on 07/15/2011 4:04:15 PM PDT by HenpeckedCon (What pi$$es me off the most is that POS commie will get a State Funeral!)
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To: NRG1973

Maybe if you have to buy those squiggly lights the next big rally in D.C. would have people throwing them on the capitol steps. Or over the fence at the WH ... what are they going to do? Arrest a million people?


23 posted on 07/15/2011 4:04:26 PM PDT by SkyDancer (You know, they invented wheelbarrows to teach FAA inspectors to walk on their hind legs.)
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To: NRG1973

Who knows? The EPA and the Sierra Club run the Dems energy policies. They still believe that Global Warming aka climate change is the biggest threat facing this country. Other countries like Germany have already eliminated the incadescent bulb.


24 posted on 07/15/2011 4:06:28 PM PDT by kabar
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To: HenpeckedCon

Here’s another article about this in which the author thinks this will be go through...but, it only holds for the 2012 budget year.

Incandescent “ban” repeal passes in House — by voice vote:
http://hotair.com/archives/2011/07/15/incandescent-ban-repeal-passes-in-house-by-voice-vote/


25 posted on 07/15/2011 4:06:57 PM PDT by NRG1973
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To: NRG1973
***The House on Friday morning moved to block federal light bulb efficiency standards without even a roll call vote.****

The companies could repackage the bulbs as 100W HEAT GENERATORS. Suitable for small spaces to prevent frozen pipes, warm baby chicks and other animals.

WARNING! IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS HEAT GENERATOR (Formerly known as a light bulb) FOR LIGHTING PURPOSES!

26 posted on 07/15/2011 4:11:38 PM PDT by Ruy Dias de Bivar (Click my name. See my home page, if you dare! NEW PHOTOS!)
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To: NRG1973

Believe it or not. This is what the GOP should run on. Not changing social security in 20 years. They are truly stupid.


27 posted on 07/15/2011 4:12:58 PM PDT by screaminsunshine (Socialism...Easier said than done.)
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To: NRG1973

YESSSS!!!!!!!!!!


28 posted on 07/15/2011 4:13:44 PM PDT by ohioWfan (Proud Mom of a Bronze Star winner!)
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To: NRG1973

Wonder if anyone told Joe Biden....his bulb has been running on the dim side for years....


29 posted on 07/15/2011 4:22:50 PM PDT by pointsal
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To: FrogMom
Does this mean I can quit worrying about the stupid curly bulbs in whose light I can’t tell colors apart?

You can purchase compact fluorescent bulbs in identical color temperatures as incandescent bulbs.

30 posted on 07/15/2011 4:23:38 PM PDT by Jeff Chandler (Just once I'd like someone to call me 'Sir' without adding 'You're making a scene.' - Homer Simpson)
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To: SUSSA
Darn!! I have stocked up enough to last me, my children, and grandchildren, the rest of our lives, plus enough to have made some good money selling real light bulbs on the black market after the ban.

Me too! I have hundreds of bulbs stocked away. But since stores have slashed their supply of incandescents and we don't make them in America anymore, we now have stashes of rare, better quality incandescents.

Plus, keep your filaments dry. You never know how the environazis might try again.
31 posted on 07/15/2011 4:27:34 PM PDT by LostInBayport (When there are more people riding in the cart than there are pulling it, the cart stops moving...)
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To: EGPWS
DOE has said the standards could save consumers $6 billion a year.

Eliminate the DOE. Fire all Federal parasites that work at the DOE. How much would that save? These un-Constitutional Departments and their parasite employees deserve to suffer.

The pain and suffering brought on by government at all levels is destroying our Republic and crushing the spirit of hard working Americans. It's about time the government class (i.e. parasites) have the stress of unemployment thrown into their laps.

The richest counties in America are around D.C. They are rich not because they earned it. Quite the contrary. They are rich because they pass laws to STEAL from the rest of the citizenry.

To add insult, the government class does not stop at stealing, no. They take joy in creating endless rules and regulations to control every aspect of our lives. You see, they are smarter and better than "regular" Americans.

I pray this insanity will start to end, starting January 21, 2013.

32 posted on 07/15/2011 4:28:15 PM PDT by sand88 (Sarah Palin announces her run: August 12, 2011 11:10am ET)
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To: Ruy Dias de Bivar
WARNING! IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS HEAT GENERATOR (Formerly known as a light bulb) FOR LIGHTING PURPOSES!

I know you meant that ironically, but something like that really happened a couple of decades ago. The product involved was childrens' sleepwear.

Anybody else remember the federal regulation that demanded that all children had to wear "flame retardant" sleepwear?

This meant parents had no choice but to buy "TRIS" treated clothing, if they wanted their kids to have jammies and nighties. (TRIS was a flame retarding chemical.)

And all-cotton pajamas for children was banned! Too "dangerous"!

To get around this idiotic regulation, a few brave small retailers marketed all-cotton pajamas as "underwear" or "playsuits." They had to put labels on them like yours...

"WARNING! IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS CLOTHING AS SLEEPWEAR FOR CHILDREN."

Oh, and the best part was this: TRIS was found to be carcinogenic (just like mercury in those curly lightbulbs is poisonous).

33 posted on 07/15/2011 4:32:57 PM PDT by shhrubbery!
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To: EGPWS
There's no $6 billion to save. Never was. The EPA/Energy estimate was based on the idea that every light in a home was 100 Watt and burned 24/7.

Of course that idea is garbage.

I think the person who did the analysis for the agencies should be identified and rendered up for a thorough caning in the Well of the House!

34 posted on 07/15/2011 4:37:37 PM PDT by muawiyah
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To: shhrubbery!

Thankfully Japanese tradition saved our kids from all that nonsense.


35 posted on 07/15/2011 4:38:38 PM PDT by muawiyah
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To: NRG1973

Voice vote? I get the feeling that they are more afraid of the environazis than they are of the tea party people. We need to fix that.


36 posted on 07/15/2011 4:45:50 PM PDT by sportutegrl
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To: FrogMom

I have fatigue problems under the flicker of fluorescents.
A coworker has severe headaches unless she turns them off.


37 posted on 07/15/2011 4:47:34 PM PDT by Aroostook25
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To: Pravious

Your short post was actually quite profound.


38 posted on 07/15/2011 4:48:49 PM PDT by EDINVA
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To: NRG1973

Somehow, I don’t see this getting through Reid’s Senate or Obama’s desk.

But good for the House...2010 did wake them up.


39 posted on 07/15/2011 4:50:33 PM PDT by hattend (Its a matter of public record that I did not go to Harvard Law School, but I can add. - Sarah Palin)
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To: NRG1973

I recommend that you take a box of these poisonous mercury squiggly bulbs to your congress critter’s office in August and ‘accidentally’ drop and break them in the waiting area. See what happens....


40 posted on 07/15/2011 4:52:18 PM PDT by WMarshal (Where is the next Sam Adams?)
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To: NRG1973

This is good, I hope it sticks. The “energy saving” bulbs don’t save anything.

This whole idea was brought on by the same idiots who decided that the bathroom lights need to be on a timer. Guess what? Turning the lights on and off 400 times a day DECREASES bulb life, so it winds up COSTING money, not saving. And it’s real fun to be sitting on the toilet in the dark throwing toilet paper balls to try go get the sensor to turn the lights back on.


41 posted on 07/15/2011 4:57:45 PM PDT by Excuse_My_Bellicosity (Liberalism is a social disease.)
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To: Jeff Chandler
You can purchase compact fluorescent bulbs in identical color temperatures as incandescent bulbs.

Color temperature is independent from spectral uniformity. Incandescent bulbs tend to be rather lacking toward the violet end of the spectrum, but the light they produce is quite uniform in the red, yellow, and green regions. LEDs and fluorescent lights tend to produce a number of discrete wavelengths. Some materials reflect light of certain discrete wavelengths much better than light of nearby wavelengths. When viewed with LED or fluorescent lights, such materials may appear to have a color different from those observed under sunlight, firelight, or incandescent light.

42 posted on 07/15/2011 5:03:36 PM PDT by supercat (Barry Soetoro == Bravo Sierra)
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To: muawiyah
There's no $6 billion to save. Never was. The EPA/Energy estimate was based on the idea that every light in a home was 100 Watt and burned 24/7.

I don't question that in the least.

Any more I would trust US economic news out of Beijing more than I do Washington. (beltway press)

43 posted on 07/15/2011 5:05:12 PM PDT by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: NRG1973

I LOVE it.....as Palin said.. “Gold start to the GOP!”


44 posted on 07/15/2011 5:09:46 PM PDT by blueyon (The U. S. Constitution - read it and weep)
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To: shhrubbery!
Oh, and the best part was this: TRIS was found to be carcinogenic (just like mercury in those curly lightbulbs is poisonous).

I thought the best part after finding out that TRIS could cause kidney and bladder cancer was when Sears (IIRC), and some other American companies that were sitting on a lot of TRIS sleepwear marketed it in Europe as High End, fancy schmancy sleepwear for kids.

45 posted on 07/15/2011 5:10:30 PM PDT by sockmonkey
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To: WMarshal
I recommend that you take a box of these poisonous mercury squiggly bulbs to your congress critter’s office in August and ‘accidentally’ drop and break them in the waiting area.

Depends on if your Rep is a dim, or not.

If they are, you'll likely be dealing with jackbooted thugs from the Department of Homeland Security discussing something about "domestic terrorism."

This ain't your Father's U.S. of A., and his Oldsmobile is long gone.

46 posted on 07/15/2011 5:11:05 PM PDT by HKMk23 (YHVH NEVER PLAYS DEFENSE! WHICH MEANS; IF YOU'RE ON DEFENSE, YOU'RE DOING SOMETHING WRONG.)
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To: combat_boots
• Keep the central heating/air conditioning system shut off and the window open for at least 15 minutes after vacuuming is completed.

I live in Minnesota. If I break a bulb in January, there's no way in hell I'm leaving my window open for 15 minutes. Barack has made fuel exorbitantly expensive as it is.

47 posted on 07/15/2011 5:12:58 PM PDT by Colonel_Flagg (You're either in or in the way.)
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To: NRG1973

I don’t want to ban either light bulb. Consumers should get to choose which they prefer.

Democrats are only pro-choice when it comes to killing babies.


48 posted on 07/15/2011 5:13:12 PM PDT by skr (May God confound the enemy)
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To: Pravious

The day the light bulb Nazis decided to try to force me to use those pos bulbs was the day I began buying 100 watt bulbs by the case. Buy one get one free, a good sale, I bought everything on the shelf. I have enough bulbs to last 3 generations. I won’t say how many I have now in storage but I can assure you, the number is astronomical. I detest those other bulbs. I’m stocked up up on enough 60, 75 and 100 watt to last for generations.
It just made me feel good to buy them. Each time I paid I said to myself.... FUBO!!


49 posted on 07/15/2011 5:14:12 PM PDT by mojitojoe ( 1400 years of existence & Islam has 2 main accomplishments, psychotic violence and goat curry)
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To: SUSSA

Me too!!! Oh well, at least I will never need to buy light bulbs again.


50 posted on 07/15/2011 5:15:15 PM PDT by mojitojoe ( 1400 years of existence & Islam has 2 main accomplishments, psychotic violence and goat curry)
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