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Monday, January 14, 2013

Shale Revolution Creating Jobs For Strippers & Prostitutes

Marcellus Shale Coalition: Allow Unfettered Exports

By Deborah Rogers
Energy Policy Forum


U.S. News and World Report published an article entitled “Should the U.S. Export Natural Gas?” The article began with the revelation that some leaders within the energy industry itself are questioning the benefits of exportation. They are apparently concerned about a using our finite U.S. resources to grow foreign economies.

U.S. News and World Report states:

“Unrestricted natural gas exports could have “disastrous” effects on the U.S. economy, energy industry leaders argued Thursday, warning that shipping large amounts of the nation’s newly-abundant resource would result in crippling price hikes for American consumers and manufacturers.”

So, apparently, there is dissension among the ranks.

Just who is a proponent of exportation?  Read more....

Industry claims massive numbers of jobs created by the “shale revolution”. It is interesting to note that these numbers come from economic models which industry has commissioned and for which they have paid – handsomely. Economic models, however, are only as good as their inputs. It is not unusual for such inputs to be skewed to favor a certain outcome. This is learned by every Economics 101 student. For instance, industry has claimed impressive numbers in some jobs estimates that, on closer inspection, were subsequently found to contain employment for strippers and prostitutes in the mix. Now while providing new employment opportunities for strippers and prostitutes can certainly be argued as job creation, these are not the sorts of jobs the average American thinks of when they hear such glowing numbers.  Read more.....

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

See, it's not all bad!

Anonymous said...

yeah everyone needs a little loving away from home...It's only sex it usually last with a male ten seconds..

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with that

Anonymous said...

Praise Jesus