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by Gas Slave  Nov 14, 2014

Was there a specific grade at issue? You're referring to the UDF at Round Bottom, correct?

by rx7racerca  Nov 10, 2014

You're a rude asshole, the US propped up the al-Badr government for years, despite ample signs it was extremely corrupt, and destabilizing Iraq instead of unifying it by backing Shia militias engaged in ongoing campaigns against Sunni populations in the west and north of Iraq. Pull your head out of your ass and give your head a shake, and stop listening to simplistic pablum trotted out by cable news.

by smelser1123  Nov 09, 2014

LOL taking that pipeline opinion a bit personal eh'

by unloquacious  Nov 07, 2014

I see how you could view my comments on the nasty smell of diesel fuel, and the fact that I burn wood for heat (water and food) as hypocritical. Thought provoking, your comment was... But wood is a renewable resource, actually a form of solar energy. The ash is good for the earth, and the smoke is cleansed from the air when it rains. which brings me back to the smell, nothing like the aroma of a hickory or an apple wood fire. But, again, that's just my opinion.

by GasPrice0  Nov 07, 2014

The article was about vehicles with hydrogen tanks. The hydrogen gas goes through a fuel cell, which produces electricty for the electric vehicle. All of this requires infrastructure to provide hydrogen gas fueling stations for drivers to refuel. You should read more about this so you don't send embarrassing messages to people. Natural gas has nothing to do with this technology.

by gaskingIN  Oct 24, 2014

You are the LUCKY ONE!

by Valparaiso  Sep 14, 2014

No my friend. I did not know that and I really appreciate your effort to write to me. I like to learn everything I can. Thank You.

by ItisAJeepThing  Jul 19, 2014

If I were still commuting, I would have to charge twice per day. Solar charging during the day would be great. They still don't pay for the roads that they use. The pollution saved in Los Angeles is just transferred 500+ miles away to the Four Corners area of Arizona. The dirty, coal fired power plants there pollute the Navajo Nation and cover the Grand Canyon with ugly haze. Warren

by AC-302  Jun 10, 2014

Don't act a moron. If your car were lighter, do you not think that you would get better mileage? And how are you able to compare diesel to gasoline? The diesel will win out every time. I have a buddy who has a diesel VW, that gets like 50 MPG. But again, a diesel idling off of a tiny fuel puff? Different animal. Or don't you understand how cars and engines run? it sure sounds like it.

by jack_ruth  May 26, 2014

What station are you complaining about? I report diesel when I am in the station, or there is a sign on the road.

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