Sleep shop to mad scientist to convertible houses.
One question: Why are the kids in the front seat when the mother is in the back?
Okay, one more: Do you think Dr. Laird is medicated?
I'll have to try that forehead wrinkle remover exercise.
“These proposed changes will help facilitate the responsible development of renewable energy and other projects, while conserving bald and golden eagles by requiring key conservation and monitoring measures to be implemented,” said Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe. “We are committed to monitoring the impact of projects on eagle populations over the life of the permits to ensure these measures are effective.”
The laws that regulate impacts to avian wildlife in the United States are colliding with renewable energy policy and promotion in the United States. In particular, wind energy systems and the industry as a whole have grown to a scale that wildlife impact issues, long in background, have come to the forefront. Chief among them are avian impacts. Yet the very problem of avian impacts is complicated, if not created, by other federal and state policies and laws that have not been adjusted to reflect current energy policy favoring renewable energy. [emphasis added]
“What some of us want—those who aren’t blinded by a lot of bullshit persiflage thrown up to mask the idea that —is for you to acknowledge that you couldn’t have made it in America America.”