People are getting their planning in for Earth Hour

Further to a post on Earth Hour over the weekend, a reader shares how organised he gets for the occasion:

Earth Hour ! ! !
Don’t get me started ! :~(
Too Late !…

I protest it every year
..except last year, because it was actually too cold to get outside and
set up all my lights, but think I cooked a roast instead ; )

Yeah – so much for Al Gore’s hockey stick temperature chart
and “we’re all going to fry!” with warming. – Pffftttttt !

In order to maximise the Earth Hour “PROTEST”
Switch OFF from 7:30PM to 8:30PM to reduced the “hour before” power saving comparison,
then POWER ON from 8.30PM to 9.30PM, while all the Greenies turn their’s off,

This will boost the power graphs in our favour, that is until the greenies get wind of it
and they start turning everything on the hour before Earth Hour so they can claim
that more people switched off during the Earth Hour. :O

I’ll be turning ON, ALL Lights, heaters, cook a roast in the oven anddddd…
switch on 3,000 Watts of spotlights specially set up, that will be
highlighting a main road tree as a PROTEST against “Earth Hour”  

Instead of living in a world of darkness,
become a shining beacon on the before/after satellite map. ; )

6 x 500w Lights  = 3,000Watts of light

6 x 500w Lights = 3,000Watts of light

8:30pm ....Lights ON

8:30pm ….Lights ON

Take THAT Greenies! :b~~ Arrhhh HAHAHA!

The countdown till “Protest Hour”! : ) [FIXED]

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