I read about that the other day.
There are far more things that could be targeted.
If the UK hadn't privatised it's industry people would have more money and the economy would be far better. The money saved could have been put to
good use investing in tech to create and store energy from nature and giving people free energy.
All they did when they privatised our land and it's resources was giving money to CEO's and the top of the corporate pyramid whilst making people
slaves to corrupt commercialist cronyism.
I would vote for the party with good policies that offered to reclaim our national resources IMO that sort of thing has to happen for society to ever
recover and to really solve the issues of nations and really have any good effect on global energy use.
Sometimes I think of living in Iceland, and the fact the pavements and roads are heated with geothermal, same for people's water. My ultimate aim is
designing and building my own super eco home that is completely off grid and as self sufficient as possible.
Vacuum cleaners have been the bane of my life for years.
The vacuum cleaners I recall as a child lasted were made to last, mostly Hoover and were handed down to students and first home couples etc. They
worked fine for years, no issues.
Over the past 15 years I have bought around 10 vacuum cleaners, from Hoover, Vax, Electrolux top of the range uprights and cylinders to a few cheaper
brands, some worked okay for a few years, some lasted a few months, some were so awful they were returned to the store.
I refused to buy Dyson as an ex used to work for a company that processed returns and said there was a fault in many. However after so many other
brands not being to standard I bought a top of the range Dyson upright which worked amazingly though was heavy, bulky and impractical. I sold it on
ebay and bought a Dyson digital slim, which I have to say is the lightest, most practical, strongest and most powerful vacuum I have ever used. It is
amazing, no cord, no bulk, it takes limited storage space and seeing as I have longish very strong hair, has an easy to clean brush bar. Amazing.
Most of the vacuums on the market aren't worth it IMO as they aren't made to last and many are less than efficient. I read that Dyson aren't affected
by the new regulation, I guess an increase in sales is forecasted. The other vacuums would barely be functional at the new limits.
23-8-2014 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)