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2011-11-27 Europe
Europe to cut power of vacuum cleaners to save energy
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Posted by phil_b 2011-11-27 02:40|| || Front Page|| [55 views ]  Top

#1 Cutting the effectiveness of vacuum cleaners will only mean it takes longer to clean, it won't save a single watt of power.
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2011-11-27 08:58||   2011-11-27 08:58|| Front Page Top

#2 Kind of limiting the capacity of toilets - only to have people flush twice.
Posted by CrazyFool 2011-11-27 09:06||   2011-11-27 09:06|| Front Page Top

#3 Well, they've clearly succeeded in one way: the EU is now staffed with a majority of dim bulbs.
Posted by lotp 2011-11-27 09:39||   2011-11-27 09:39|| Front Page Top

#4 This could be the first EU idea that doesn't suck.
Posted by Muggsy Glink 2011-11-27 10:17||   2011-11-27 10:17|| Front Page Top

#5 Perhaps the Euros wouldn't be having a currency crisis if they employed fewer bureaucrats.

Oh, what I am saying...
Posted by Steve White 2011-11-27 10:41||   2011-11-27 10:41|| Front Page Top

#6 Just wait until they limit the power of kettles to save energy on boiling water!
Posted by Glealing Glilet9653 2011-11-27 11:31||   2011-11-27 11:31|| Front Page Top

#7 I always thought their water saving washers and low energy dryers made a joke out of doing the laundry.
Posted by Water Modem 2011-11-27 11:52||   2011-11-27 11:52|| Front Page Top

#8 Typical Euro-sh*t,
Instead of researching new energy sources they will end up using candles and eating raw meat to save energy.
Anyhow who needs vacuum cleaners in the caves of Eurabia
Posted by Elder of Zion 2011-11-27 13:03||   2011-11-27 13:03|| Front Page Top

#9 Muggsy Glink you da man!. Now kettles are a different issue. Britain will be quite putout if they can't have a proper cup of tea.
Posted by Dale 2011-11-27 13:42||   2011-11-27 13:42|| Front Page Top

#10 Ah, yes. The power of significant figures. That is real leadership.
Posted by Alaska Paul 2011-11-27 14:48||   2011-11-27 14:48|| Front Page Top

#11 The EU elite environmentalists seem to be rather confused as to what filling a vacuum means in governing. Perhaps it's the free maid service they enjoy. More likely it's the algore double flush to save water toilet syndrome.
Posted by Muggsy Glink 2011-11-27 16:09||   2011-11-27 16:09|| Front Page Top

#12 Next steps will be rolling blackouts and rationing of fuels of all kinds.
Posted by Anguper Hupomosing9418 2011-11-27 18:09||   2011-11-27 18:09|| Front Page Top

#13 Anyone remember the 'efficient washers' that the US government imposed. First year out, Consumers Report said they not only failed to meet prior washer cleaning, but in some cases made the laundry dirtier. Under those conditions just repairing the old one was a better deal than buying a new one.
Posted by Procopius2k 2011-11-27 22:42||   2011-11-27 22:42|| Front Page Top

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