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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-24-2012, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

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I will reserve comment for later in the day. **fingers crossed for a hot chick**

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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

-"You will meet your destiny on the road of avoidance."

-"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. That is why we call it the present."

-"It's not considered premarital sex if you don't plan on getting married."
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-24-2012, 11:54 AM
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for his next act he will defy physics and force GM to produce a car that runs on algae
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Federal officials hailed Solyndra LLC’s plan to create clean energy when they awarded the company more than a half-billion dollars in loans, but the solar-panel maker’s abrupt closure now threatens to leave behind an environmental mess.

The company plans on paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to clean up its own property in Fremont, Calif., but a separate leased property in nearby Milpitas sits vacant with barrels of unknown chemicals and lead-contaminated equipment, attorneys for the landlord, iStarCTL I L.P., said in recent bankruptcy court filings

In one picture, two large blue drums are filled with a black substance with no secure lids and covered instead with clear plastic wrap. Another photograph shows a yellow drum about the size of a large garbage can containing a yellow-brown gooey substance.

Yet another picture shows a large machine with a metallic tube coming from the top and another tube from the side. Both tubes display the words “lead exhaust.” A smaller sign on the front of the machine says “toxic” next to what appears to be a small skull and crossbones.




ihave stated repeatedly that if any liberal greenies who are sooo in love with the idea of solar energy knew what went into making a solar cell they would be screaming to have their production outlawed, this would apply to the production of the chips in computers and smartphones as well
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woohoo 30 years from now, gas will be cheap


rites nowz iz gonna put a sail on my car.


Isn't coal cheap? i gonna make a steam car that burns coal.
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-25-2012, 11:00 AM
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Haha...he can mock all he likes. Gas prices stay anywhere near where they are, and certainly if they top $4/gal he can kiss his presidency goodbye.

The mixed messages and hypocrisy from this President on the energy front are simply staggering.

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I am not a political expert , but I think Obama is still a douchebag.
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Say what you want about high gas prices, nobody likes them but they sure do put the fire under auto engineers asses to make more fuel efficient cars. It happen in the 70's when the middle east put the squeeze on us. Back then a car may have produced 180 hp with a V8 and got 13/14mpg, today you can get a car that puts out 630hp and gets that same mileage. Necessity is the mother of invention. Today we can have better mileage and great performance.
Would even argue that if the gov never asked for mileage goals that we would have never seen fuel/direct injection go mainstream. Detroit would still be pumping out cars w/carbs.


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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-25-2012, 11:43 AM
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Say what you want about high gas prices, nobody likes them but they sure do put the fire under auto engineers asses to make more fuel efficient cars. It happen in the 70's when the middle east put the squeeze on us. Back then a car may have produced 180 hp with a V8 and got 13/14mpg, today you can get a car that puts out 630hp and gets that same mileage. Necessity is the mother of invention. Today we can have better mileage and great performance.
Would even argue that if the gov never asked for mileage goals that we would have never seen fuel/direct injection go mainstream. Detroit would still be pumping out cars w/carbs.

yeah, just think how much better cell phones would be now if the government mandated that a phone with capabilities of the iPhone be built back in 1985.
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The two are in large part mutually exclusive. Auto makers would strive to create more efficient models regardless of gas price because they still deliver a benefit over the competition!! The Government can't efficiently mandate such advances with regulation and certainly doesn't intend to do so when creating those regulations.

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The two are in large part mutually exclusive. Auto makers would strive to create more efficient models regardless of gas price because they still deliver a benefit over the competition!! The Government can't efficiently mandate such advances with regulation and certainly doesn't intend to do so when creating those regulations.
but hope.............and change........



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