[FoRK] I hope all the FoRKers in Florida have moved to high ground...

Cleopatra Von Ludwig rockfish at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 07:44:24 PDT 2004

Did anyone else notice that D.C. was listed as a state on the PDF?
Last I checked, it still hadn't achieved "state-status"... unless it
suits the government for their data-gathering, reporting, and
what-not... taxation without representation!! woo-hoo!

And no, I don't live in D.C., although I used to live near it, and
would occasionally step foot in it. Ew. I got some on my toe.

BTW, Florida's in 5th place from the bottom for total per-capita
consumtion - NY is impressively in 4th place. And no, I don't like in
NY, either.


On Tue, 21 Sep 2004 21:47:23 -0500, Wayne Baisley
<baisley at alumni.rice.edu> wrote:
> > http://bash.org/GODvsBUSH.gif
> Yes, I see.  No Democratic county got any break because the eye never
> passed over them; just constant blessings of severe wind and rain.
> > I hope all the FoRKers in Florida have moved to high ground...
> High ground?  You mean like, say, in Colorado?
> And as for Florida's energy consumption, it's fairly modest.  While they
> rank 3rd in per capita petroleum consumption (but way behind Texas and
> California), their total fuel usage puts them in 4th place from the
> bottom.  In fact, to really burn fuel, nothing does it like living large
> and frigid.  Alaska's per capita consumption is over 4 times Florida's.
> <http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/states/sep_sum/html/pdf/rank_use_all.pdf>
> Of course nothing can explain Louisiana.  ;-)
> Cheers,
> Wayne
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