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by SUBURBAN88  Mar 21, 2014

Will do have a GREAT weekend :)

by SUBURBAN88  Mar 20, 2014

Thanks for being my new buddy have a great day!

by LanguageMan1  Mar 11, 2014

Yeah, they and Exxon both. Exxon never paid up for the Valdez incident. Didn't clean up fully either, but neither of them nor any of the rest will either. Plenty of cover up. Just wait until a big enough earthquake hits where there are wells out in the water. You and other THINK the leak was bad when that well was leaking in the Gulf, you haven't seen ANYTHING YET! Imagine, not just one or two leaking at once, but three or even five or more. It'll happen yet.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 10, 2014

"There is no sympathy for BP. There are still many angry people on the Gulf Coast who are unhappy with how they handeled the oil spill." That's about right, and they're only doing it to themselves. They had a chance more than once, and the media calling it a spill when it was in-fact an ONGOING LEAK [a spill is a limited amount of something, a leak is continuous until it's stopped] instead of a spill, and the government basically not telling the truth, officials being bribed and bought out, hell, I hope they don't get another government contract for the next five to 10 years. Plus it only made things worse here in Florida and along the Gulf coast than what it already was.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 08, 2014

No problem. Yes, it's great stuff to hear though nonetheless. They don't want prices to get below a certain level. When they start to run low on oil or if it's more profitable for them to do other ways, they'll do it. This will be done when they can make enough money from it, just like with coal. They could use it today, and it would be about the same in price or less. Regrettably, it's that way with ethanol and other technology as well. They could do ethanol the right way and from other non-food sources, but they don't want ethanol to be selling for $1.29 to $1.99 a gallon compared to gas, let alone $2.25.

by LanguageMan1  Mar 08, 2014

"Love to hear about new technology that's useful and works. Good job!" This isn't new. Hitler was doing it, or rather his scientists, researchers, technicians, etc., back in WWII. We've had a few companies do it here since the 1980's that I know of, only under experimentation though, as they're not going to let this go to the open market for the prices to come down any.

by H82Bgouged  Mar 04, 2014

I understand your looking for buddies ...

by bradley3533  Feb 07, 2014

Nice new car and 100K!!

by bradley3533  Feb 01, 2014

Congrats on your stripes.

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