Thursday, March 31, 2011

There is no such thing as a cheap flight to the conference

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DVD by Fascinating Aida

As Eli was saying

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Loved it. Incidentally, the man this might be aimed at, Michael O'Leary CEO of "no-frills" airline Ryanair, sounds off about global warming occasionally. Of course, he is treated by the media as some sort of guru because he is rich and successful (think of Donald Trump, but skinnier). The usual shite "They can't predict the weather etc." ... O'Leary fears carbon tax on jet fuel.

Toby

Anonymous said...

This is by "Fascinating Aida", or perhaps I missed the attribution somewhere.

It's a fecking blast :-) .... and so true. Don't forget your prepaid Mastercard when booking "cheap" flights!

Cymraeg llygoden

Lionel A said...

Brilliant, still trying to pick myself up off the floor but,

I now need to wash the screen and get a new keyboard fixed up. Good news is that will be cheaper than one of those "50p" flights.

I bet a certain Mr Michael ain't pleased. Fecking good!

No One said...

Wow...this blog is STILL running? I see the same inbred commenters as many months ago. Pile on, folks!!

seamus said...

"... if we learn that the world’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2000 were 34 billion tons of CO2-equivalent per year, then we can instantly note, without a calculator, that the average emissions per person are 5 or 6 tons of CO2-equivalent per person per year. This rough answer is not exact, but it’s accurate enough to inform interesting conversations. For instance, if you learn that a round-trip intercontinental flight emits nearly two tons of CO2 per passenger, then knowing the average emissions yardstick (5-and-a-bit tons per year per person) helps you realize that just one such plane-trip per year corresponds to over a third of the average person’s carbon emissions."

from Sustainable Energy -- without the hot air
by David MacKay
withouthotair.com

Anonymous said...

No One said...

Wow...this blog is STILL running? I see the same inbred commenters as many months ago. Pile on, folks!!


says one of those self-same inbreds as many months ago.

Cymraeg llygoden

EliRabett said...

Dear No One,

You are having delusions. There is No One here. We have gone to the seashore. See your local alienist asap.

-The Bunnies

Lars said...

This is fecking marvelous

Really took me back. Just like listening to my dear old mother and her sister.

In Hell's Kitchen (NYC) said...

I raise you a "Pox on You" !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN3wpR-l1pk

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Martin Vermeer said...

This linkspam must be preserved for posterity

EliRabett said...

Well ok, but Eli says the one on Climate Zork is better

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Having travelled to Harare I can only say that the fares would want to be cheap.

Like Eli I prefer the magic spells

Johnno

Martin Vermeer said...

Saw this one before I saw that one

Martin Vermeer said...

...and I suspect it's Lagos, not Harare or Entebbe if you want that magic spell

Anonymous said...

OK, turn the indecipherable Recapchta back on.

Bernard J. Hyphen-Anonymous XVII, Esq.

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