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October 25, 2008

Taxi Cab In Boulder Colorado

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 6:05 pm

call the cell phone……303 641-7829

if no answer or voice mail, use the NIGHT DRIVERS at top right hand corner

October 24, 2008

Taxi Cab in Boulder (303) 641-7829

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 7:00 pm

Getting a Taxi in Boulder is easy, dial the cell phone

303 641 7829

Stocks suck this week……….Wind stocks especially blow with OIL dropping $10 per barrel this week

October 20, 2008

Wind Stocks to Soar on Obama Win

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 7:54 pm

get ready to make some money in the stock market with an Obama win since Barack is backing renewable energy and especially WIND ENERGY!!!!

ETF’s in Wind are PWND, FAN, and PBW……….all diversified and all holding alot of Wind exposure to stocks that produce wind energy!

Turn Off the Extra Refrigerator in the Garage

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:22 am

want to save money??? turn off the extra refrigerator in the garage!

Virtually all of your electronics are sucking up energy even if they’re turned off or not being used. Some of the biggest culprits include your TV, computer, and printer. Even your electric toothbrush is drawing energy when it’s plugged in and sitting idle.

On its own, the “vampire power” used by one device might seem miniscule, but collectively it amounts to more than $4 billion a year of wasted energy here in the United States. What’s more, the Department of Energy says that about 75 percent of the electricity used to power home electronics is consumed while the products are turned off.

The easiest (and most obvious) thing you can do is get up right now and unplug whatever you’re not using. Candidates include:

Your hand-held vacuum in its charging station
Power drills
Automatic coffee makers
The VCR you haven’t used in nearly a decade
The TV that’s collecting dust in the guest room
The empty refrigerator in the garage

CU Parents Weekend Showed Me the Economy

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:22 am

lots of parents who had made their reservations months ago spent almost ZERO in Boulder this weekend. If the economy is this bad, we in deep deep crap!

October 16, 2008

CU Parents Weekend KState

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:40 pm

welcome Parents to CU Weekend for Parents Pocketbooks, ie visiting little Suzie or malnourished Johnnie. Have Dinner, spend money, get back on a plane after too much partying and too much money out of your pocket!!!
Put some money into our pockets before Boulder PD puts you in the Boulder Hilton!! REMEMBER PARENTS, one drink in Boulder and you are going to jail for DUI………….Boulder PD wants YOU in the Boulder Hilton where Bubba can show you who is your true daddy!

Call a TAXI and relax and have alot of fun……….Night Drivers phone numbers in upper right corner of main page

303 641 7829 is my cell phone……….let us show you the sights and the stories behind Boulder!

Skibare

October 15, 2008

Cremation of Wind and Solar Stocks Today

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:22 pm

it was ugly today, and I mean ”’butt ugly”’ in solar and wind stocks. One day UP 15%, next day down 15%.
Whatever happenned to ”’investing”’ and research and gradual moves up or down????????
APWR down 25% today, First Solar down 18%, Sun Tech Power down 18%…………it was just UGLY!

October 14, 2008

US DOE Wind 20% by Year 2030 Report

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 9:42 am

In 2008, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) published a report that examines the technical feasibility of using wind energy to generate 20% of the nation’s electricity demand by 2030. The report, “20% Wind Energy by 2030: Increasing Wind Energy’s Contribution to U.S. Electricity Supply,” includes contributions from DOE and its national laboratories, the wind industry, electric utilities, and other groups. The report examines the costs, major impacts, and challenges associated with producing 20% wind energy or 300 GW of wind generating capacity by 2030.

The report’s conclusions include:

Reaching 20% wind energy will require enhanced transmission infrastructure, streamlined siting and permitting regimes, improved reliability and operability of wind systems, and increased U.S. wind manufacturing capacity.
Achieving 20% wind energy will require the number of turbine installations to increase from approximately 2000 per year in 2006 to almost 7000 per year in 2017.
Integrating 20% wind energy into the grid can be done reliably for less than 0.5 cents per kWh.
Achieving 20 percent wind energy is not limited by the availability of raw materials.
Addressing transmission challenges such as siting and cost allocation of new transmission lines to access the Nation’s best wind resources will be required to achieve 20% wind energy.
Read the complete report, “20% Wind Energy by 2030, Increasing Wind Energy’s

Parents Weekend and getting a Taxi

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 9:26 am

please try to remember, to get a TAXI in Boulder this weekend is going to take a little pre planning on your part. There are 30 of us and 5000 of you parents so do the math………….

the world will NOT wait for you to get dressed………..NEITHER will any of my taxis

the WORLD will NOT make last second reservations for dinner in Boulder BUT my Taxis can be called in a moments notice IF you have the cell phone numbers of the drivers

click on “””NIGHT DRIVERS””” for night time taxis

for DAYS, call (303) 641 7829 for a taxi DAYS

APWR up 5% again this am…………..NICE!!!!!!!!!!!

October 13, 2008

APWR up 67% Today Alone

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 3:09 pm

yep, I may drive a TAXI but my passion is “””INVESTING”””‘

and a 67% one day gain aint too shabby!!!

http://www.Wind4me.com

Skibare

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