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The Lost Republic Diaries – Part XI

20 March 2015 @ 06:38

This jackboot on your throat is for your own good, you know.

Trespassers W

Another entry in a Diary that chronicles the End Days of The American Republic. Another example of why The Republic is terminal and why we must work to save what we can however we can…

From Andrew Malcolm, over at Investor’s Business Daily, we learn [tip of the fedora to Darleen Click]:

Next time you’re enjoying a hot shower, don’t.

The Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to crack down on shower sneaks. You know who you are. You’re the type of selfish person who steps into a hotel shower and lingers too long.

Maybe you’re trying to get clean. Maybe you’re shaving. Maybe you enjoy the sensory blast of instant hot water on your skin that isn’t going on a home water-heater bill.

The EPA doesn’t care about such frivolous things. Its concern is the amount of water you are "wasting." Whatever it is, it’s too much.

So, the agency has issued a grant to the University of Tulsa to develop a shower water usage monitor by Aug. 14. Assuming market support, one would be installed on every hotel room’s shower head to measure water consumption and radio it somewhere.

Perhaps the yet-to-be-developed gizmo could shut off water after a specified time; never mind if you’re still soapy. You’re wasting.

Perhaps the data could go to a shower supervisor who’d knock on your door with the unwelcome news that you should have been clean two minutes ago. Or it might go to the front desk to add a shower surcharge to your tab, like the mini-bar bill. The data would also be available online or via a phone app to inform guests how wanton is their water usage….

The agency has determined that the average American shower is eight minutes long. D.C. bureaucrats announced this with a precision that comes from the knowledge that no one else is keeping track.

And according to administration policy, as properly obedient taxpayers, it’s not really our business to know this, like we needn’t know FCC Internet regulations or healthcare legislation in advance.

The EPA has also calculated the average American shower head dispenses 2.2 gallons per minute. Which means the average shower, by EPA numbers, uses 18 gallons.

Listen, that’s way, way too much, even if you’re paying for it, by the EPA’s judgment.

As everyone knows, water belongs in a reservoir, not being put to use somehow by humans.

The EPA goal is to get Americans to clean themselves quicker — to cut average showers down to seven minutes duration initially. Ultimately, the goal would be five minutes or less. Yes, We Can.

Or, perhaps: Yes, We Stink!

A well-done piece by Mr. Malcolm who, somehow, has managed to retain his sense of humor in these dark times.

One Quibble: His last paragraph reads:

By our calculations, there are 673 daily showers remaining before the Obama administration is turned off. Think about that during a nice hot bath, of whatever duration you choose.

I hope AM does not believe that this Madness in the national government will end on 20 January 2017.

That this idea is being given serious consideration is a sign of how Abnormal the Left is.

The Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition lists the following words under the ‘abnormal’ entry:

adjective unusual, different, odd, strange, surprising, out there (slang), bizarre, weird, peculiar, eccentric, queer, irregular, erratic, monstrous, unnatural, deviant, off-the-wall (slang), oddball (informal), out of the ordinary, left-field (informal), aberrant, wacko (slang)

As Mao Mao said: ‘Let a thousand Deviants bloom!’

Yet, we are the ones declared by those in Power And Control to be Abnormal.

Up is down. Reality ain’t real. Good is Evil.

Ok, then…let us act accordingly…

We have the freedom now to act to preserve The Founding; we are at Liberty to to operate in what has become the Enemy’s territory. We can gather together and Restore the Precious Gift of The Founding Fathers in territory we achieve control of. We are the Outlaws and we should act accordingly.

We will see some very cruel times, but we have a Duty to our Posterity to preserve the Gift wherever and however we can. We have a duty to those that came before us and sacrificed for us to pay any price and bear any burden to see that Freedom and Ordered Liberty survive in some form. If we do not at least try, we shall be damned before all of Mankind as those cowards who did not attempt to preserve the last, best hope for man on God’s Earth.

We must Join Or Die.

  1. 20 March 2015 @ 07:23 07:23

    They took away safe and effective CFC propelled asthma rescue inhalers and now millions can’t breathe because the crap they replaced those life saving medications with sucks so now they tell these people they have COPD and must inhale immune system wrecking crap daily when occasional use of an old fashioned asthma puffer would have fixed things before they got too bad (says the lady who was hospitalized twice for 4 days each and struggled to breathe for well over a year until I got my hands on the LAST cfc inhaler available before it too was outlawed, and when it runs out I’ll be in deep trouble again), they took away good detergents for our dishes and clothes so now we have to live with stains or wash repeatedly with inferior cleansing products, then they mandated that dishwashing machines must be manufactured to be even LESS effective than they already are now that good dish soap has been outlawed, now they want to deprive us of the right to cleanse our own bodies in the manner which we see fit (and ladies had better forget about taking extra time for shaving legs & armpits which will surely delight hideous feminists and their limp wristed beta male enablers) , and did you hear about what those fuckers want to do to our backyard barbeques, Bob? They will not be satisfied until they’ve wrecked up every single aspect of the lives of normal people. Damn those totalitarian sons of bitches, Bob, damn them all straight to everlasting hell. The dirty rat bastards.

  2. Adobe_Walls permalink
    20 March 2015 @ 15:23 15:23

    I read somewhere an EPA response to this story wherein they assert that the EPA has no plans to monitor water usage. Of course that’s before they have technology to do so.

  3. 20 March 2015 @ 21:31 21:31

    Reblogged this on That Mr. G Guy's Blog.

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