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Heavy Fuel

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About Heavy Fuel

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    Geek, worrier
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    Electronics Technologist
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    Building stuff
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  1. Learn to love his gas. It's a term of endearment...
  2. Why are you going to church? Eww!
  3. Colin James is one of Canada's best kept musical genius secrets.
  4. Other than vintage Brian Adams, that list is just wrong.
  5. Naw, being imperfect is hot. Your glasses and teeth are fine.
  6. I suppose this explains your fixation on weight issues.
  7. Why are a large proportion of your posts weight/fat/size related? Are you obsessed?
  8. It was for a moment in time. Not continuous nor sustainable.
  9. Ha Ha, perfect.

  10. Ultimately, it's up to the consumer that drives change. Not the industry or gov't. Some people are willing to pay a premium to buy organic, locally grown food. Would these same people not be also willing to buy "organic" petrochemicals? A separate gas pump like they have now for the different octane grades of gas, except one choice is organic "green" fuel. This green fuel would be derived from local conventional drilling. No oilsands (that's an evil place), no frac'ed well oil (there is no "k' in frac), no cheap Saudi or Venezuelan oil (because it gets here in ships, and they might leak in the ocean). Just nice clean local gasoline. It's a trade-off. There is always going to be environmental damage any time you disturb the earth. Look at the damage that hydroelectric dams have done. We used to call that clean energy back in the 60's.
  11. Excellent post.

  12. If you don't like frac'ing, stop using all petroleum products this instant. Almost every well drilled in the last 40 years has been frac'ed to increase it's output and make it profitable. So without frac'ing, no more computers. No more internet. No more bicycle tires for you Mr. Hipster Douche. No more agriculture. No more warm (or cool) house. No more medicine. No more solar panel factories. No more open pit uranium mines to produce nuclear electricity. No more hydroelectric water dams. No more air travel. Or would you rather pay $40 for a gallon of gas, and $5000 a month for your food bill? It's one thing to whine like an entitled detached energy user, but unless you are part of the solution, you're part of the Leo DiCaprio entitlement crowd. "Do as I say, not as I do."
  13. I'm with you on that, however the last time I was in Las Vegas, a couple asked to share our outdoor table with my girlfriend and myself. We had an awesome time with them. We spent a couple of hours drinking with them after lunch. People are funny though. When I meet strangers from other places, I always like to ask lots of questions about their life, lifestyle, family, jobs, hobbies etc. Most people love to tell you about their lives in excruciating detail. Yet they rarely ask me about my life, unless it's some stereotypical regional put-down.