Against Heizpilze

Heizpilze are gas-powered heating things which look like huge mushrooms (not just when you are on them) and are now to be found in front of most cafes in Berlin. According to some survey over at , the majority of those taking part in the survey really mind the Heizpilze because they are useless and uncessary.

Now I beg to differ. Who in their pot-smoking mind voted for not necessary or useless? (Please comment, if I addressed you!) I mean, it’s getting colder outside, still sitting outside for some fresh air and a coffee can be nice, so why not have a couple of those Heizpilze to comfort you?

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(The question is: Should Heizpilze be banned?, “Yes, they are unnecessary” or “No, that’s just green propaganda”)

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5 Comments so far

  1. bome (unregistered) on November 4th, 2007 @ 6:21 pm

    till oh till


  2. William Thirteen (unregistered) on November 5th, 2007 @ 7:45 pm

    i was just thinking of this last night as i watched a few burn up all that russian gas and spew the carbon emissions directly into the Berlin night – and there was no one even seated outside the cafe!


  3. till (unregistered) on November 6th, 2007 @ 1:17 am

    Hehe… Well, Will (!). If they is nobody, then they shouldn’t be on. Agreed. But I still find them useful when I there.


  4. till (unregistered) on November 6th, 2007 @ 1:24 am

    Hehe… Well, Will (!). If they is nobody, then they shouldn’t be on. Agreed. But I still find them useful when I there.


  5. Fredricabetz (unregistered) on November 26th, 2007 @ 2:02 am

    Hallo,

    i’m coming to Berlin for GRAD school, next fall.

    i have no idea what you are talking about (or describing), but if it’s cold — then i wouldn’t mind being warm — sipping coffee outside by one of those gadgets/gizmo’s.

    Are they really that bad on the environment?

    I’ve heard that in parts of Berlin (or could it be alot of places?) that heating is still done by wood stoves. And that going “green” in your choice of electricity is sort of expensive.

    I live in the US (west coast) and i want to plan appropriately for cold weather there, when i come for 2 years of GRAD school.

    Thanks



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