Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Why don't you frack-off, Myron

The strain of decorating his crappy blogposts with images each day has taken its toll, to the extent that Myron Ebell is having to put up flagrantly photoshopped images of the characters he seeks to smear.

The story, as lame as can be, refers to the following two-line paragraph in a morning roundup page that is evidently sponsored by "America’s Natural Gas Alliance"
ME WONDERS WHAT VAN JONES THINKS ABOUT THE ARTICLE – @VanJones68: “At least until public learns that fracking poisons H2O!”
Myron managed to pad this out to nine pointless paragraphs with a fake photo without linking to the tweet it was all about.

This is seriously pathetic.

Myron's yesterday offering was decorated with a map of Washington DC ringed by its glorious beltway road. There's only so many times you can use that graphic. Maybe it'll go on. This man is staggeringly uncreative. It takes 3 years to come up with a new idea.

In the piece he continuies to drool over the progress of a bill asserting the US Congress's power to forbid any air pollution law enforcement throughout the country. This is the same tactic as in the past, going against the power of the California Air Resources Board to regulate emissions in their state, because only the Congress has the power to raise fuel efficiency standards -- or to not raise them at all, as dictated by its corporate owners.

And in the crap before that he is complaining about the lack of dumping of nuclear waste, and how it continues to be temporarily stored on site at the power stations that created the mess. You see, the Japanese earth-quake proves how dangerous it is to keep this spent material on location. But not as dangerous as when it is actually in the reactor, eh?

It's the routine dishonesty that is all part of the Ebell's daily work. Here is a photoshopped image of Myron I did a few years back. I think it is quite flattering.


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