• AdLib : Consider writing an article as an on-ramp for the uninitiated and as I mentioned, it could be a valuable and ongoing recruiting tool which you can update as you wish.

  • PatsyT : Ok I have an idea and I will send you the info I have gathered so far

  • AdLib : Assume that there are indeed those out there who might be activated if they understood the danger but that they may not know much about it. A primer type video could be a great tool for recruiting folks.

  • AdLib : Well, I could never hate you but I may have some words with your links! ;-) If you have a link to a video that gives a good overview to those less familiar with what’s at stake and why, that would be great to embed in your article.

  • PatsyT : Too much information

  • AdLib : Why?

  • PatsyT : If I sent you my links you would hate me.

  • AdLib : That’s another thing that would be good, is there a video that is a bit longer than this that explains more? You could add that into your article.

  • PatsyT : Decommissioning creates more jobs What could be bad? Ahhh Darrin has a new post @ «link» Thanks Darrin

  • AdLib : Hmm…well, wouldn’t having it shut down work out well for them too?

  • PatsyT : This is complicated … some folks want this to be brushed aside because they do not want their home values effected.

  • AdLib : Patsy – Having so much in common with Japan as CA does, it sure should wake people up. Americans seem to want to wait until after a disaster to change things, that’s just crazy.

  • PatsyT : AdLib That is a good question, I have heard that some of the folks that work there, have asked us “Have you ever toured the facility?” and no … not yet … but that may be in the future. Fukushima has changed everything for me.

  • AdLib : BTW, for years I assumed all kids glowed in the dark.

  • AdLib : Patsy – We see what happened in Japan and after 9/11, those that were the first responders were devastated. Have you ever been inside San Onofre? Do they allow the public in? When I was very young, my father who was in the engineering field took me in there (not the reactor of course). I remember seeing dials and him telling me how important and good it was…guess it didn’t stick. But it is a memory, being in there.

  • PatsyT : Lots to think about … Thanks for all of your support It really means a lot to me.

  • AdLib : Right. Just thinking that since this is an ongoing campaign, it’s great to have material that can be utilized on and on.

  • PatsyT : This one hits me hard, some of the folks that work at that plant live in our community and I would hate to see them have to be the one to volunteer to walk in to a suicide mission.

  • PatsyT : Well Yes, You know sometimes you can be so close to an issue you can’t see the bigger picture

  • AdLib : That way, you can tweet or Facebook or email it again and again. You could add the details of this protests as a comment below it and then add new protest dates and times as comments along the way.

  • PatsyT : Hmmm That is a good angle

  • AdLib : That’s good stuff. Think of it as writing an evergreen article, one that you can link to again and again in the future.

  • PatsyT : You can not move away from it. You can not toss it away to some waste facility. You have to face that this toxic radioactive waste is here to stay. If King Tut had Nuke Plant on the Nile the waste he put in the storage would be just as dangerous as the day they put it into to “Storage”

  • PatsyT : You know shutting down the Nuclear Waste industry is not something you do in your spare time

  • PatsyT : Oh yes, that would help. This is just the start of what we want to do

  • AdLib : What I mentioned below about writing an article to promote the protest.

  • AdLib : My money’s on Sweepea!

  • PatsyT : The one in the email?

  • AdLib : Patsy – What do you think about the article?

  • PatsyT : The mice

  • AdLib : Hey, Bing AND Google are crawling the site, who’s gonna win that race?

  • AdLib : Night KQ! Have a wonderful weekend!

  • PatsyT : Nighty Night KQ … All the Best To You

  • KQuark : OK I’m our as well. I’ve got to email a reply to a friend, ;-)

  • AdLib : Patsy – I find that when I am trying to moderate coming across as being too alarmist, to journalistically present facts and figures and historical info. Then, wrapping up an article with the more powerful and urgent meaning of what this could cause for us to deal with, drives the point home. Cap it with the details and people can then take action.

  • AdLib : KQ – You are an excellent political strategist! I agree, Perry will tap on Romney’s Mormonism indirectly but he knows that’s a big weakness of Romney’s. And consider how damaged either of them will be after bashing each other. Perry has lost his “TX Miracle” glow and Romney has cemented what a two face he is (as my graphic shows!). Put either battered candidate against Obama and they will look far worse than him, even with the economic issues.

  • PatsyT : Hmmm Every time I think I can put this in writing, it changes, to the more tragic and more dangerous… What a challenge, Maybe that is the thing that I need to put up front … the fluid nature of this entire issue juxtaposed with the absolute truth of the insanity of the whole industry.

  • AdLib : KQ – Yes and the more offensive things Perry says that will doom him in the GE will help him in the primaries.

  • KQuark : I bet you will see some underground or code word campaigning from the Perry camp about Romney’s Mormonism. Even though Perry is fighting with Rove he learned from the school of Rove.

  • KQuark : Ironically this Perry associate saying Mormonism is a “cult” can help him in the primaries not hurt him.

  • AdLib : KQ – I’d guess that only the indie voters in those states have regrets and I don’t know if they’ll be voting in the primaries. Yes, Perry will have a challenge in AZ and NM but they do like Texans there more than NE one-time “liberals”. Romney’s having a 24% ceiling in the primary gives me pause at how he will do with others out of the race.

  • AdLib : Patsy – What about drafting an article about what is being protested as a “Take Action” post with the details then included? We can then tweet and Facebook it.

  • KQuark : OH and WI are probably bagger buyer’s remorse now so IDK how much Perry can do their but Appalachia and states like KS and MI Perry is a lock. Unfortunately Perry’s one sane stance on immigration could hurt him in AZ and NM.