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Coming soon: PseudoSolar Roof Shingles
alternative green car
[Ling, Jun 30 2007]
real ones are much better
[xandram, Jul 02 2007]
||[+] Perhaps you could also launch a range
of pseudo-wind turbines? I'd like mine to
be full size, and driven by a huge motor.
That way, my turbine can be seen spinning
ecologically even when there's no wind.
Plus, I'd enjoy a cool breeze on those hot
muggy days.I'd also like a pseudo-tidal-
energy device along the same lines,
though its power requirements may be
||I guess you could take this even further, and have a faux recycling bin that goes out with the trash. A service could come and refill it with new materials every week.
||Even better if they actually worked, and charged up the battery of the GM "light" hybrid.
||Immoral but funny. Neutral.
||Is that an active neutral or a passive
||It's probably the gear that he's in.
||Passive. But the end result is the same.
||Bun, this is at least better than stick-on bullet holes and "my child is an honor student at Calvin Coolidge Middle School". And don't get me started about Truck Nuts ...
[MaxwellBuchanan] and [normzone] above show that there is a huge untapped market for faux-green merchandise, especially now that carbon credits have lost their luster.