I have options. LOL. I hope he unseats that hag...
You are oversimplifying. If you are loaded with debt, you want inflation to wipe all that debt away. If you aren't loaded with debt, you don't want inflation eating your salary and the few assets you may have. Inflation hits poor people more than rich. Poor are less likely to be deep in debt (no income to back it up or assets to act as collateral) and more likely to be spending a significant part of their paycheck on basic commodities that would get a lot more expensive due to inflation. All the rich guys I know are neck deep in debt and are praying for more stimulus and other money printing. Gas going from $1 to $2 doesn't really affect them in the slightest.
Best definition of inflation from the perspective of the poor I have seen: everything you want is more expensive (energy, food, rent), everything you have is cheaper (labour manily).
Didn't expect to see that on
As to PR firms having people on
He's talking about the red-headed step child of the Mac line: the Mac Pro. Mac Pro is still stuck in USB2 land. I think it's outrageous they're marketing it as "new". It's 3+ year old technology at $2500 base price for 4 cores.
I was just having a slice of watermelon. They're describing the properties of it. Thanks a lot.
Solar power... in Ontario??? I'm glad to know you have messed up pricing there (or rather, you said, "used to," which implies you don't any more), but in most places the power company pays you a lot less for solar power than what you pay them.
Tell me about it. Totally nuts. I heard they reduced pricing last fall (when they found themselves in a couple of billion dollar hole) so I double checked. Well, now it's $0.549/kWh. And they cranked up the pricing when you buy from them in the mean time (no real surprises there). Colour me skeptical, but do you have an example where residential feed-in is paid less than they sell for? As per this page, the minimum paid is in Hawaii at $0.224. That's still well above what anyone pays for power.
He also is something of a crackpot. He also isn't a climate researcher.
OK, I'm just looking over the awards and accolades he received in his Wikipedia page. Fellow of the Royal Society, CBE, Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for the Environment, RGS Discovery Lifetime award, Wollaston Medal,
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981