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Great pointers here for saving money as well as for ending your slavery for "the man."
For example just three trees,
properly placed around a house, can save between $100 and $250 annually
in cooling and heating costs, and daytime air temperatures can be 3
degrees to 6 degrees cooler in tree-shaded neighborhoods.
Response to a comment to the post: Yeah, because Arizona was uninhabited before A/C was invented. Sissy.
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What a mistake this would be.
Let's just let the market dictate prices, okay? Subsidies are for the public good. They're to encourage or discourage behavior that wouldn't otherwise be undertaken.
If the coal industry is in need of a subsidy to produce an alternative to oil, then it's not really worth doing, as the outcome is a lower gas price, more plentiful fossil fuel (and not a lessening of our dependence on fuel nor a lowering of our greenhouse gases).
UPDATE: LifeLock is involved in a class-action lawsuit that claims that not only does the company NOT do what it says it does, but its CEO, Richard Todd Davis, who drives around with his SSN painted on his vehicle, has had his identity compromised!
Because of this, I am removing all LifeLock ads as well as putting this note on all of my posts that mentions LifeLock.
Apparently, Davis has had 20 driver's licenses issued in his name by ID thieves. Not a good record. Of course, nothing has been proven yet, but this article is pretty damning.
Might not be a bad idea to consider LifeLock if you know you're not active and energetic enough to do these things yourself (which you can do yourself, by the way).
If your ID is stolen, the company claims it will do whatever it takes to get your identity restored and it will also give you $1 million.
All for $10 a month.
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