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by Sanpoil  Apr 25, 2015

Thanks Phil.

by PhilMils  Apr 22, 2015

People ask about what I use to defeat tracking devices. I use Ghostery ( It's free and comes with all known tracking devices, including their own, turned off (so they don't track). Their own device (reminder: it's turned off) only collects info that someone (they don't track who) visited a given web page. They do put a tiny icon in your browser page (just after the URL bar in Chrome) that gives you access to all the Ghostery options and the count of tracking devices found on a page. Also, it will place a pop-up with a list of the tracking companies found, but that lasts only 15 seconds or you can make it go away immediately by clicking on it. As people find more tracking devices and report them, they update their list. Feel free to share this with others.

by MidNJ  Apr 22, 2015

Interesting comment about tracking devices. Please provide more info I'm interested.

by wtexan  Apr 08, 2015

Great info! Thank you!!

by wtexan  Apr 08, 2015

Hi Phil. Which software are you using to attack GB's spyware?

by techque  Mar 24, 2015

GB is not the mouth piece of the petroleom industry. Far from it, actually, and there are lots and lots of posts for electric cars, hybrid systems, and other gasoline reduction topics. You've been around long enough that you should know this.

by Joeski1  Mar 19, 2015

One small step for Tesla, one giant leap for Nj.

by Joeski1  Mar 09, 2015

Ah.. somebody else posted it again... it meet all criteria. except one.. it makes the industry look bad.. sooo. well... it's gotta go.. cause we.. know.. the fossil fuels folks LOVE us.. they don't mind that we eat, breath and drink their stuff everyday in all we do.. MTBE, PTFE, etc..they make it.. we take it!! Now say ahhh!! Ps: Articles on Ev' that make them look good.. don't fly well here either... but if you got one that says they're a waste of money.. well post away!! Food for thought:: Why must there always be a middleperson between the power source and the user?? What is their purpose?? If I can source power off my own roof.. and plug my car and everything else into it.. why do I need everything they are about? All the leeches sucking at my energy dollar... who needs them?

by Joeski1  Mar 08, 2015

Phil.... 35,000+ kW hrs so far off my own roof.. used every photon.. wish I could harvest more...90% plus of our needs.. how much more would it take to ditch the grid completely? ? not that much.... good read... best J1

by Nikontraveler  Feb 25, 2015

Yeah I saw that story on the news. Having worked at gas stations earlier in my life I know the gas station owners make very little at the pump so they may take advantage of that. In the past all the gas stations profits were in TBA (Tires Batteries and Accessories) Also the money was in the "Back Room" Oil changes, repairs etc. When all that faded a lot of stations closed the back rooms and open quick marts which is now were all the money is made that allows the station to stay in business selling at the pump. So owners may or may not take advantage of that tax decrease. :-)

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