• Private life lost to wind
    October 13,2012

    Private life lost to wind

    Governor Shumlin recently became upset by outsiders, namely the press, hovering over and intruding upon his personal life in regard to his new home in East Montpelier. How will the governor feel when the press and others set up cameras and lights on the town road next to his new home, causing him to draw the shades and blinds?

    Maybe now the governor will have some sympathy for those poor families who are intruded upon by outside interests who set up huge whirling wind turbines near their homes which broadcast powerful low frequency noise through their walls and into their bedrooms all night, which will not be stopped by drawing the shades.

    Justin Lindholm


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