Monthly Archives: January 2013

Dispatches from Frackbubble Wyoming

Welcome to my world, Frackhole, Wyoming. If you’re wondering what the roads out here in the West look like, have a gander at this scenic vista of oil and gas trucks as far as the eye can see. Of course … Continue reading

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Natural Gas Disinformation:Part 2

I recently did a guest editorial in the Jackson News and Guide, our fine local paper in which I commented upon the wisdom of promoting and subsidizing a NG filling station in Jackson. The paper also quoted me during a … Continue reading

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Getting High

Yesterday I strapped on my snowshoes and decided to get high. We here in Jackson Hole have been the victim of deeply subzero inversions lately and the lower you are, the colder you are. The fastest way to warm up … Continue reading

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Robots or Jobs?

Perhaps you saw the “60 Minutes” segment last week entitled”Are Robots hurting job growth.” It was an eye opener for me and it showed the sudden inroads of robots into the American economy. Most of us are aware auto manufacturing … Continue reading

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Natural Gas Disinformation

Here is a copy of  a letter I sent to our local paper in which I commented upon a proposal to open natural gas filling stations in Jackson:     Natural Gas for Transportation in Jackson?   Energy independence for … Continue reading

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The Wealth of Nations, Revisited

I have not been riding on my trusty horse Blog for reasons obvious to anyone who lives here in this beautiful valley in NW Wyoming. There are a lot more enjoyable ways to spend what little time we have than … Continue reading

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