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March 28, 2011

Toronto Ignores Earth Hour

Posted by Dave Blount at March 28, 2011 6:11 PM

We're not burning up or underwater as we should have been by now according to the prophesies of the Goracle and other global warming profiteers, so it comes as no surprise that people are losing interest in foolish stunts like "Earth Hour" — even in moonbatty Toronto:

Toronto only saw a 5 per cent power drop during the event — half of the reduction achieved during Earth Hour in 2010.
The year before that, the city had a 15 per cent drop in megawatts being used. …
Parts of Toronto went dark from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday night, but spectators at Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square said they were disappointed to see many stores stay brightly lit.
Toronto first participated in 2008, a year after the World Wildlife Fund kicked off the event in Australia.
"We are really proud to be the lead city in Canada fighting to save the environment and in supporting Earth Hour," said then-mayor David Miller at the time.
On Saturday, the Star sought out prominent leaders and landmarks city-wide to see if they were setting an example. The results were disappointing.

Cheer up, moonbats. There is a place where your collectivist ideology reigns supreme, and Earth Hour is honored every hour of every day.

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There it is, just north of South Korea.

On a tip from Oiao.