Friday, December 27, 2013

The great thing about wind turbines is that they pay for themselves

Of course, you have to be very, very patient.
The locality of Eastleigh, Hampshire spent nearly $50,000 installing a wind turbine in 2005, but the inefficient turbine only generates about $21 worth of power every month — meaning the payback period on this turbine is 190 years.
Hmmm. Sounds like the kind of return you get on Paco Financial's Intergenerational Bond Fund - which, incidentally, is a no-load investment vehicle with a low annual management fee that is perfect for people looking to lower their tax liability through the shrewd use of a micro income stream. Order a prospectus now. (Don't read Turkish? No problem; we'll throw in a free Turkish-English dictionary!)


JeffS said...

And kill eagles! As authorized by the Obama Administration.

RebeccaH said...

Mr. Paco sir! Mr. Paco sir!

This looks like another lost opportunity for Paco Enterprises.

Paco said...

Zounds! A competitor!

My sister said...

You mock, Paco, but the simple fact is that if everyone were to go in debt for 190 years then the global climate would not change.
Guaranteed. And this would be a good thing. It just would.