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  • 1980XLS-2.0
    PEIX, Pardon me for laughing.
    2/27/12
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    • BTD70: Further confirmation that I don't want to do earnings plays.
      2/27/12
    • Husky Financial: ewwwww
      2/27/12
    • 1980XLS-2.0: At least if one is gonna play "Earnings," one should play it on a company that actually has some.
      2/27/12
    • TruffelPig: But 15% up during the day - lol.
      2/27/12
    • Husky Financial: and up 50% the last week... i mentioned it earlier today as an intraday momo spec play but it looks like they crashed and burned AH
      2/27/12
    • FortSumter: If there were no subsidies, there be no ethanol. It's horrible for engines as an additive. Only a matter of time til by by ethanol.
      2/27/12
    • TruffelPig: It is horrible for horrible (Otto) engines as fuel - it is great for fuel cells.
      2/27/12
    • talbano: interested in the nat gas conversion available for your car and a fueling station created at your home- that would be amazing
      2/27/12
    • TruffelPig: In my opinion the problem with nat gas is the explosion danger. I haven't looked into technicals but I would be a bit scared I think.
      2/27/12
    • talbano: TP- i have that concern too - but the idea seems good, i get skittish with grill ...lol
      2/27/12
    • TruffelPig: I use char coal but I can't use that in my car I fear (steam engine - lol). I like nat gas way better than oil perspective wise.
      2/27/12
    • talbano: TP- They said that a home filling station setup is aprox 3500.00, wish it could be studied for safety seems more promising than batteries
      2/27/12
    • Lin777: States would have to find a way to tax the LNG used in the nat gas cars.
      2/27/12
    • TruffelPig: @Talbano - definitely much better than batteries. But the home filling.....I don't know, lots of LNG or compressed gas around.
      2/27/12
    • Funkengruven: I fear the "KaBoom" factor... diesel seems to offer "home brewing" possibilities.
      2/28/12
    • talbano: @TP- I hear ya but I didn't put propane in because of that fact when I built then I did upon renovation - nothing like it and no problems
      2/28/12