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Sexy Excalibur
24-12-2005, 05:46 AM
Happy Non-Denominational Holidays! =-P

24-12-2005, 04:37 PM

yeesh, only flipping reason its a holiday for anyone is cos of the birth of Jesus so lets cut the crap and live in the real world.

(and i know, i should take that seriously, but tough, i do)

24-12-2005, 05:04 PM
I disagree (http://www.damninteresting.com/?p=285) :p

24-12-2005, 10:18 PM
haha you're reading the biggest load of pish i've seen in a while

24-12-2005, 11:24 PM
pfft i see no point realy. I know that im not gettin anything i realy want..... .cos there isnt anything i realy want. A 60Gig Ipod would be good but they all look crap so im waiting for apple to release a good looking one. A car would be good but im still looking for the right deal and how much to import it :D (going for a particular US car found someone selling one for 9K but i dont need to worry for now). New PC would be good but again im looking for a deal. sooooo Xmas has no real meaning for me this year.

29-04-2014, 06:25 AM
Since you mention cost, I'm gnsisueg your main goal would be saving money? Solar can do that, but it would be a large upfront cost, and perhaps 10 years to get your money back, after which you start saving money. That would be in a good area, like California. The most cost-effective system you can install today would be a grid-tied one. You would check with a solar installer to see how much that would cost.The best way to save money immediately is to turn the A/C thermostat up to what you can stand. In Wyoming, they had the A/C at 80 degrees, and it felt great (dry air).The best way to save money quickly but not instantly is to add shade and insulation to your house.