Lego land Florida:
Renewable energy initiatives get Earth Day boost
This one day of running on solar power is equal to the energy power of destroying six acres of trees needlessly; shouldn’t this be at least a little embarrassing to the most powerful country in the world to be once again following another country?
HAPPY EARTH DAY from our British friends in the British Isles.
Legoland is a chain of Lego-themed theme parks owned and operated by the British theme park company Merlin Entertainments.
Legoland Winter Haven Florida will mark Earth Day by running the entire theme park using renewable energy for the day. That will be a first for a U.S. theme park, Legoland says.
The event is a kick-off for a partnership for the Winter Haven attraction with Tampa Electric that will include installations to teach guests about solar energy. As part of the partnership, Legoland also will permanently power the park’s Imagination Zone on renewable energy. A 30-kilowatt solar panel array has been mounted atop the venue.
I see no reason why today of all days, I should be backing off our government about alternative energy, do you?
Today, Earth Day I invite every politician and their overpaid lobbyist pocketbooks in the USA and their family to Legoland in Winter Haven Florida for a day of fun.
The only stipulation to this is that you must allow me to interview you and your family tomorrow, about the use of alternative energy and why you insist on turning your backs on progress and keep this country using destructive, over priced fossil fuel.
Indigenous people’s through-out Indian country are asking this day
“Please help others helping your mother on at least this one day and then one step at a time”
The people littering are also not the ones picking up their trash on any day and never will, even if they get a fine once in a while, one can see them look around for police then dump out of the window!
This town has a nice yellow recycle bucket on trash day, this house is the only one with a yellow bucket out at the street as far as the eye can see up and down the road every trash pickup day?