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  • JTC

    Fortunately, my girl always had a taste for Viennas. :/

    • Dread

      The perfevt redneck woman; not only does she eat Vienna saussages, she also drinks the juuce!

  • Kafiroon

    I’ma gonna pass on that line.

    At least she didn’t launch anything into orbit to celebrate the New Year!

  • Pamela

    I like homemade. I can control what goes in and what doesn’t.
    Girl~ You need to cook that piece a while longer and get some color on it.

  • Tiger Tomcat

    There is still tomorrow, for our favorite redhead to launch something

  • interventor

    Was Sam commenting on Zed? If so, no wonder she smiles around him! Lucky Zed.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    Up here in SLC, UT, too cold right now to BBQ. Snow, even!

    • Brent Dotson

      Cool, I’m in Layton. From Idaho, but lived here in Utah since I got out of the Marine Corps in 1973.

  • Shonkin

    Farther up, here in Montana, we still grill things outdoors when it’s twenty below. You guys in Utah give up too easily.
    (Every February we have a 350 mile sled dog race that crosses the Divide 5 times.)

    • Physics-Ninja

      And the kids walk a mile up-hill in a blizzard, both ways, every day just to go to school.

      • Roland Deschain

        You forgot barefoot!

    • Vince

      Grew up on the Montana prairie, all you need is a little wind break.

  • Halley

    My Polish side is standing in line, Sam…

  • Where are the white hots? My mom’s relatives would drive down from Rochester with a few pounds of them. Nowadays they’re often available locally.

    Bronx wind turbine’s blades fly off, smashing car and billboard

    A shoddy wind turbine fell apart in the Bronx on Monday when it couldn’t handle its own power source — gusty winds.

    Assemblyman Mike Benedetto claimed the monopole turbine was erected quickly “in order to try and make a buck.”

    As seen in the US and Europe during the extravagant subsidies around the start of the millennium, many companies formed subsidiaries that would build wind and solar installations with government loans, the transferable tax credits went to the parent company or were sold outright, and the subsidiary for the particular project with all the debt could then be spun off. So the parent company drained the profit up front and avoided liability if the project failed later.

    There are numerous installations in Europe and America that went up quickly to try to make a buck.

    • Bill G

      And given the problems in their manufacturing, building, and eventual disposal, they do not provide anything like the “Clean Energy” that is touted for them.

        • JTC

          Ronnie saw the scams from 40 years back; first thing he did in the WH was rip out Jimmah’s solar array from the roof which was not only useless but had done major damage from leaks.

          • John

            The “green” unintended consequences abound.
            I’m living in a house that uses a “geothermal” heat pump system.
            The cost of installation, repair, re-repair, and specialized maintenance outstripped any hope of making the thing pay for itself, much less saving money.
            And that was before the near future prospect of 4th Generation nuclear and fusion power, which will make electricity too cheap to meter.

    • GWB

      claimed the monopole turbine was erected quickly “in order to try and make a buck.”
      Isn’t that the truth for almost all of them? Even the “well-built” ones?
      It’s called ‘graft’.

    • Doggo

      They ALL went up to try to make a buck for somebody. If there weren’t bucks available, nobody would have made the investment to put the damn things up in the first place.

    • Kafiroon

      Solyndra comes to mind for one. Kickba, I mean donations, to the democrat party and all the Friends of Obama executives grabbed our money to the govt. then to them, and ran.
      Leaving the scam outfit bankrupt.

  • GWB

    I don’t think it was the hot dogs reminded Skye of Tucker. Just the smell of meat.

    And, yes, I think Sam should have packed a turkey with some colored gunpowder gunpowder of color, and fried launched it for New Year’s Eve.

    Hey, the ISS deserves fireworks on New Year’s Eve, too! 😉

  • interventor

    Germany went full bore on renewable energy sources. Results were the sixth most expensive power, globally. Only a few island nations are more expensive. Another reason German companies have relocated overseas — Alabama and others thank you. BTW, Germany’s back to using coal, including their own dirty brown coal and imported US coal.

  • DogByte6RER

    Just stay away from those Filipino hot dogs.

    Every time I visit The Philippines I find myself wincing at the sight of radioactive/fluorescent glow-in-the-dark hot dogs being sold in supermarkets and restaurants. Over there they even chop ‘em up and put ‘em in “spaghetti” and on their “pizzas” … the Horror!

    Wishing all a Happy and Prosperous 2020.

    https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=filipino+hotdogs&qpvt=Filipino+hot+dogs&FORM=IGRE

  • WayneM

    Poor Tucker… I thought he was clear of Skye’s web…

    • WayneM

      I was going to say Skye’s net but that seemed a bit sinister…

      • JJ cooper

        Good on you!
        JJC

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      Just think how much more effective the cheerleader would have been if she was trained how to fight effectively, instead of flailing wildly.
      But an awesome display of pugilism none the less.

      • Pamela

        Might be something to add to their training schedule…
        Off campus of course. Though it could be incorporated as a defense class in preventing sexual assault.

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