Alright, fine. I made up that last quote but anyone who’s lived in Bermuda knows that Lindo’s ads can use a bit of help and that its groceries are crazy over-priced (same goes for you Marketplace and Miles Market; $8.45 for a small can of mixed nuts is unacceptable). But let us not dwell on the negative. I whole-heartily applaud Lindo’s for making such a forward-thinking move. Which begs the question: Why aren’t more businesses, individuals and government entities using clean sustainable energy? On an island that’s blanketed with sun, it’s almost unimaginable that solar panels aren’t widely used. After all, most everyone in Bermuda captures rainwater for general consumption. Why not capture the sun’s rays too? It's money-saving and better for the environment. That sounds like a win-win to me. In the meantime three cheers to Lindo’s for going the extra mile. Now how about lowering the price of those cashews, deal?