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Old 04-02-2010, 05:12 PM
 
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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Colorado is about to get 468 more jobs. Here is a article from the Pueblo Chieftain:

Pueblo and Fowler are two of five Colorado cities showing an interest in a proposed SunCubes manufacturing plant, the project developer announced.

The link: Solar factory plan draws interest

I have read where Pueblo is the leading city to land the plant but no matter what city gets the state will benefit.
Once again, you tout this sort of pre-announcement to the pre-announcement to the proposal as fact, even when the language is clearly tentative. Geez, what does "proposed" mean, anyway?

As spending of the stimulus that didn't stimulate drops off, these nonviable pipedreams will die, many of them before they even get off the ground. In fact, it's already happening all across the looted plains.

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Old 04-02-2010, 05:29 PM
 
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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Once again, you tout this sort of pre-announcement to the pre-announcement to the poroposal as fact, even when the language is clearly tentative. Geez, what does "proposed" mean, anyway?
Not sure what you mean by that because this is not some rummer I heard but in the paper. It will be built, we are just waiting on the final announcement.

On top of this Vesta's has received more orders for the wind towers.

I even saw on CNN where 20% of the students at MIT are studying alternative energy. Acording to CNN and David Gergen this will mean more advancements then we have seen in our lifetime in alternative energy.

So as Colorado focuses more on alternative energy it will set us up for a viberant economy and unpresidented growth not seen since the decades following world war 2.
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Old 04-02-2010, 05:39 PM
 
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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Not sure what you mean by that because this is not some rummer I heard but in the paper. It will be built, we are just waiting on the final announcement.

On top of this Vesta's has received more orders for the wind towers.

I even saw on CNN where 20% of the students at MIT are studying alternative energy. Acording to CNN and David Gergen this will mean more advancements then we have seen in our lifetime in alternative energy.

So as Colorado focuses more on alternative energy it will set us up for a viberant economy and unpresidented growth not seen since the decades following world war 2.
The article in the paper uses terms like "proposed," and "preferred host city." It is clear that this is not a concluded deal, but still in the concept development stage, not to mention that non-Colorado possibilities weren't mentioned in the article but most likely exist. You, once again, misrepresent what has been reported as a done deal, coming soon to a town near you. That's at it's best misinformation, at it's worst a lie. Which it is depends on whether I believe you're being purposely deceitful or just clueless.

Is "unpresidented" growth the kind of growth that occurs without a president involved?
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Old 04-02-2010, 05:54 PM
 
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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The article in the paper uses terms like "proposed," and "preferred host city." It is clear that this is not a concluded deal, but still in the concept development stage, not to mention that non-Colorado possibilities weren't mentioned in the article but most likely exist. You, once again, misrepresent what has been reported as a done deal, coming soon to a town near you. That's at it's best misinformation, at it's worst a lie. Which it is depends on whether I believe you're being purposely deceitful or just clueless.

Is "unpresidented" growth the kind of growth that occurs without a president involved?
my bad on the spelling error.

Let's wait and see then! They will make the announcement this month!

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