Thursday, February 23, 2012
Solar Savings in America???
When I was young(er) whenever I received a piece of unsolicited mail with a return postage guarantee on it, if I was feeling particularly out of sorts that day, I would wrap up a brick in plain brown paper, glue the "return postage guarantee card" to the package and drop it in a post office box with my return address on the label.
I never had one returned and many times I quit getting unsolicited mail from the sender. Amazing how that works.
Now, I get unsolicited emails like the one above. I don't know what rock a person would have to have been living under to have not heard that solar energy is a scam.
If I could find a way to send this company a brick it would have been in the mail today.