I would but...I also have a pig of a HT receiver (Harmon Kardon 7200), a pig of a power conditioner (Tripplite LCR), a pig of a set top DVR (Motorola something or other), etc...etc.narqelion wrote:Just offset that piggy plasma by turning off the equivalent amount of other things. Watched Louisville go down in flames earlier and just heard that Oklahoma lost, YES! Payback for Friday night.
my HDTV score = Good
woah! what kind of a computer do you have? mine doesn't use that much.iWisdom wrote:Ironically (or not), your computer uses more electricity than every light in the room you are in combined. What exactly are you trying to prove by doing this?Green Light wrote: (I have all lights off but I'm still using my computer)
actually, I didn't realize that, but I did (oddly enough) get in bed an hour earlier than I usually do and I got up early this morning and made the most of the daylightnarqelion wrote:Y'all do realize that earth hour was last night, right?
And it’s right at the top of the priority scale, isn’t it?Handyman` wrote:actually, I didn't realize that...
Wow, and I thought I was bad. I at least had the common courtesy to turn on a few energy saver light bulbs and an energy saver remote control stereo system.Highway of Life wrote:*Highway of Life whistles and turns on yet another energy saver light bulb to celebrate*
Are you trying to prove your premise in your The Degradation of Civilization topic? Not to worry, I and my peers make up for the lot of you.Tom wrote:I am the type who would turn on every light in my house and boot up my old ENIAC just in spite.
I understand that when you consume nearly 20 times more electricity than the average American, you can spend all day turning off your lights and still miss a few. I’m sure this was the case for Mr. Gore.