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Apr 1, 2009

Celebration of Human Achievement.

I wish I had found this before the celebration of negativity that is Earth Hour, or Blackout Night. Blackout Night is a celebration by green zealots of the willingness of federal, state, and local authorities, as well as the bewildered, to cut power to all those (normally) brightly lit offices, and other monuments to themselves in order to demonstrate their submission. At least the public sector bewildered do it that way, the private sector bewildered turn off the lights at home and sit in the dark.

As for me; I joined in the other celebration, Human Achievement Hour:

Had I known this video was there I would have played it continuously at full volume for the entire hour, while reflecting on how far we have advanced in a remarkably short time, and especially since the American Revolution, proved that liberty was a viable philosophy and foundation for the modern state.

My message to humanity and especially those guilt ridden souls who have fallen under the influence of the drab grey messengers of doom from the greens, the left, the right, and all those followers of bizarre lines of thought that lead down the road to authoritarianism, is:

It’s OK to feel good about yourself.

H/T Dr. Sanity.


  1. And of course earth hour fits nicely on the end of that as we strive to save our planet from you Nero's.
    so put your fiddle away, join in, and lets hope human achievement dosn't die from libertarian and neo-con greed.

  2. Thank you so much! I just found your blog for the first time and it is fabulous!

    ...I agree with you so much on the celebration of human achievement day

  3. Earth Hour is only symbolism, otherwise you would be asking for a day, a week, a month, all the time?

    The fact is that most libertarians, (I can't speak for the neocons) have the sense to turn off all those unnecessary power usages, for economic reasons, not for ideology. I don't like paying big bills, it's as simple as that.

    Oh, and why were all those lights we saw going off, on in the first place? It mustn't have been for security, otherwise they would hardly turn them all off at an advertised time.

    Look; if you want to impress, why don't you all turn off all those lights and heating at a time when it might cause you to actually rough it, like the middle of winter?

    Try reading, "Gorey Truths: 25 Inconvenient Truths for Al Gore,"what you are pushing is a scam.