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by dallfo  Jul 12, 2014

Thank you. Have a good evening.

by dallfo  Jul 12, 2014

Another excellent response to an article of mine. Thank you. I love intelligent well-written posts. You write well.

by dallfo  Jul 07, 2014

Excellent response to my article. Thank you.

by eye-spy  Jul 05, 2014

Great sense of humor regarding your "solution" to the CO2 problem in North America.

by CampKohler  Jul 05, 2014

Depending on how old you are, it may be easier than you think to comply with the "No CO2" rule.

by sosgas  Jun 19, 2014

Thank You for great comments "When Lightning Strikes a Huge Wind Turbine. It's not pretty for the machine. " Agree.

by ShadowACE  Jun 01, 2014

Hi fuzzy. Thanks for the reply. I am a rider (all 4 of my sons ride, too.) Thanks for the tip about the 4 Corners ride. I've read as far as Willcox, Arizona - I have a cousin who has lived there for many years. The Four Corners is a trip I would love to make, but the best I can do now is add it to my bucket list. I seem to have a very BIG bucket so I'm pretty sure there will be a lot of things left for my next life. I will continue reading of your friends adventure and enjoy it though their words and photos.

by ShadowACE  Jun 01, 2014

I confess I was being a little bit facetious there. Still, to compare the 1980s GM Diesel to the current breed is like comparing apples to horses. They are far from the same breed.

by Dale Jag  Apr 14, 2014

Not necessarily true. Defects are passed on to other generations too. Major storms that are caused by the global warming and killing birds and animals are also a threat. And if you think about the area of land that the panels occupy along with the fact there is NO water for survival, there isn't much chance that they would survive.

by DoctorV  Apr 06, 2014

No problem fuzzy. You won't learn much from the forum comments, it's mostly a bunch of angry people yelling their opinions into the void.

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