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So finally someone -- use for -- taking 14100 glass tubes recovered from that boondoggle and fashioning it into an art exhibit at the Berkeley.
Botanical gardens lovely.
As he -- who underwent bank rippling up all its workers with a half billion dollars in taxpayer -- dissipating in a cloud of dust.
So now our loss is someone's hip.
Pretentious art which makes sense most modern art an alternative energies are a lot alike in that it's up to the believer.
To find value when it because for the rest of us there is none.
Both function as a platform for phony intellectual listen and the only energy generated comes from -- bureaucrats trump got cash driven by a need for acceptance by the cool green crap.
Meanwhile when it comes to real stuff that works like nuclear power and fracking -- would rather -- attic.
That actual energy well you know what we paid for that are so we should all get a piece.
We could take a sledgehammer to it in college performance art and charge -- I'm kidding of course that would be wrong but says the exhibit is kind of boring I decided to sketch an alternative.
I added a -- -- -- for obvious reasons.
That you contact me and give me the name of a relative who needs some cheering up I'll mail it to him or her myself.
That -- -- -- will have done some good even if it's unintentional.
That is a unicorn a unicorn head -- me -- body get those kind of scale that's the dream unicorn.
That's actually need -- when I dream I have a unicorn ahead.
And might normal ripped -- right yeah.
A I I drew yes I did draw that they're that was some skepticism let's stick to the topic -- and -- -- -- what do you people out against unicorn -- But it was a happy and according to a man that that I needed what called an end is that -- some yes all right Hercules.
-- you must be happy so Landry has finally been put to some use.
Yeah I'm really has been talking about it yeah.
Or the foreign reported third time on the show it's fun to highlight several we need to fill we can always disorder I'm not I have to think is beautiful art myself that I'm Bettis is -- -- -- and I wanted to repeat.
Paying no administration does not busted deal and -- I remember when he's an emails came out and if the White House found out that the deal that they -- it's going bankrupt and somebody -- back.
That's I have I've ever heard about this on economic.
Honestly we just get this behind us.
That I do believe -- -- had some use them yeah it exposed this corporate.
From the federal government that does happen under.
Administrations of Republican or Democrats alike.
And I I think that is really time for a generational shift and change and allow getting back to -- the market decide at this I do think there was and you.
It is let you know I pulled out did aside from the corporate cronyism which Yates thought about people who were friends of Obama got a lot of the part energy loans.
Don't forget what Steven -- says when he was asked what grade you give yourself -- For for all his energy loans and how they're doing.
-- -- -- -- -- Yeah and what I what I thought about -- art exhibit 300 million right or she may he may like the art exhibit maybe that's why what is it a thousand a lot of money apparent heart -- Kimberly.
That's I want to get.
This is an important part isn't this.
Our art don't we own that you -- or I mean.
It's something to somebody paid for that to be installed yeah -- I'll tell that the you know it's amazingly an eight or it might hear it we have -- value in a right now proprietary interest don't want our -- back -- to be divided by -- the US taxpayer you get.
You know it's amazing to me you can sit next to Dana and here and intelligence statement.
And then you immediately go back to bash Obama do you make this point corporate greed -- -- -- every Republican and I thought that.
I mean yes of talk I simply said Steven -- gave himself an -- minus on channeling energy against arbiter of corporate pro pinup shots don't sit and corporate cronyism side don't -- aside it's much more important -- choose whatever is able to help.
-- was -- commenting on corporate cronyism migrate its peril.
So they added regularly every -- for -- not -- that make it a little partisan Brezec so -- was rejected by.
Political appointees in the Bush Administration there's a lot of pressure from Nancy Pelosi this speaker at the time.
To get it done -- is in her district she -- that in the bill was part of the deal to get the bill done originally.
Nobody wanted to do -- this deal wasn't good enough and so they said now within 45 days without a secretary issue -- -- as it got and that they gave this DL and and you know seven years later 500 million dollars down the -- Again not really not forget when it got Linda Calvin on that -- it was above above look for a bomber and his wife.
Was not -- -- out of this that was -- attorney who actually signed it.
But if we don't know whether we're never gonna know though what happens if from the get -- presses we don't know -- -- -- -- -- he hides and Mikey does money offshore -- -- actually sorry.
An intelligent comment like accident turn it right back in Romney's -- please be -- I totally.
That surrounded by the could you tell you run -- -- -- around where they live maybe now while the city.
I don't know you don't know but wolf we we know who Obama's bottlers are because -- -- they'll have I think right now it's I don't know education on the road.
Because they're all reward it all the time they're old yes -- everybody call on you in your -- -- that we know how to keep the Keystone Pipeline which -- declared a performance art or some kind of art exhibit and that of the the largest art exhibit ever exactly it happens -- transport oil spanning eight states exactly exactly are we -- about.
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