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Stephen Colbert Weighs In On Wind Turbine Syndrome

 

 
Kingpin of TV comedy Stephen Colbert did an excellent job razzing the NIMBY crowd in his show the day after President Obama’s reelection. Colbert painted a picture of hypochondria and downright silliness when reviewing cases of “Wind Turbine Syndrome.”

The bottom line is that Wind Turbine Syndrome is a farce, but at least we get a good laugh from Colbert’s unique way of poking fun at the issue.

Source: TreeHugger

 
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