11.15.2011

From The Email Bag

"Artist Rendering If Rhome Was Beautiful And Load Not Lost"

"Here is some not so exciting breaking news . . .

"287 NB service road in Rhome at Fm 3433 has been shut down by TxDOT. Apparently one of those big ass windmill electricity things fell off the truck hauling it. I heard them mention closing down the railroad as well as they have to lift it up and it will be partially over the tracks as well."

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

THATS GEWD WE DON NEED NUN O THAT HIPPIE POWER ANYWAYS! LETS BURN MOR KOAL AND OIL AND DEESTROY THE ENVIRUNMINT YEEHAW!!!

Anonymous said...

What not breaking new story in the WC messanger, with a great pic from Mr. Duty,,,

Anonymous said...

I seem them all the time going up 287 and 114, they are huge. Suprised that we don't here of more problems.

Anonymous said...

1:47, I guess you don't understand that using wind power causes us to burn more coal and do it inefficintly. Powering up and powering down of a coal plant is very poluting. The Texas ERCOT website might help you understand this when you see how wind power is hardly ever available during peak electrical power usage. You will need to look at their graphs of load vs. wind power output. Relying on wind power will lead to more rolling blackouts.

One good thing about wind turbines is that they are legally killing those damn endangered golden eagles out in California faster then they can breed.

Anonymous said...

Why am I always kept in the dark about these things.

Anonymous said...

It'd be purdy funny if Tom Bishop pulled this thing over and passed out before he even made it all the way up to the driver.

Anonymous said...

BNSF is gonna sue and win! There will be more coal hauled than ever.

Anonymous said...

They will ultimately decide that the wind blew it off the truck. Who would of thunk it?

Anonymous said...

These "tubes" are big enough to drive a full size 4wd
pick-up through, seen it done.

Anonymous said...

So are some Wise county girls 8:48, what's your point?