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CFL's in Canada
written by Jeff Bak, May 01, 2007
Traditional round bulbs are on the way out in Canada. As of 2012 only CFL's will be allowed to be sold. Yea the where can i buy viagra lights are not perfect, and they need to be disposed of differently due to the chemicals in them, but it is a step in the right direction. No slow integration leaving it up to the people to decide...just set a mark in the sand and end the old style round bulb production. Doing what is good for the environment is what it is about. We all need to start somewhere.

Interestingly enough in the two weeks since the announcement, the price of the CFL bulb has coming down...me thinks that this nonsense about how going green will be devistating on the economy is a bit blown out of proportion.
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Owner/CEO
written by Mickey Sprouse/M&S Transport, September 06, 2007
Layed Out Several Hundred Bucks For The CFL Bulbs, JESUS FRIGGING CHRIST!! These Thing's Blow Every Few MONTH'S!!! And At $6-8.00 Each, Looks Like I Should Have Bought Some K-Y Lube For The SCREWING I Got On This Deal, YES THEY SAVE ELECTRICITY!!! THEY USE ZERO!!! While Your Waiting To Make The Hardware Store Run And Try To BITCH Loud Enough With Your THREE WEEK OLD RECEIPT That, YESS!! As Unbeleivable As It Is, You Have ANOTHER 10 Blown Bulbs Since Month Before LAST??? I Think We Should SUE For FALSE Advertising?? Lasts YEARS?? Give Me One That Will Last ONE FRIGGIN YEAR!! 7.00 As Opposed To .50, Seems Like A No Brainer? Question's?
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only good experiences here
written by Krysta in Milwaukee, January 10, 2008
The inside of my house has only 5 incandescent bulbs, all in places that don't get used often or for short periods. (One is in my sunrise lamp.) The rest are CFLs of varying sizes & shapes.

Other than the one fixture that's on a circuit which needs some serious attention from an electrician (it blows bulbs in a couple minutes, so I don't use it) I've only lost 1 bulb in maybe 5 years.

I even have a 1st-generation CFL (heavy-based, capsule-looking thing) that takes a while to levitra in canada turn on, then to come to full brightness. It's about 13 years old, so I'll cut it some slack on cialis now online performance issues.

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