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Old 08-18-2015, 05:55 PM   #31
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Without fossil fuels we can't produce enough for everyone on the planet.

To make matters worse, the obese people of the population tend to not produce anything. They are just a tax on the entire system. All the way from health care to the food they consume, but do nothing to produce it. Most here live off social funding.

Next is the amount of food wasted by people in their homes and in the production / delivery system. Almost half the finished products get wasted when taking about meats and produce.

What irritates me the most is the picky people. I hear "I'm hungry" from people all the time. However unless it's something they "Like" they won't eat it.

The American dream is a bunch of $hit and we all know it.
It makes living beyond your means, and being wasteful socially acceptable.

For the record I was happy when California started treating all duel rear wheel vehicles as commercial. I hate seeing people using big fuel hog trucks as cars. Pay up a$$ holes.

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LOL. Come on Nat, why you pick on us fat people? We need love too...and a couple of burgers. As far as your statement about California, not sure where you are getting your information. Every pickup is registered as commercial, dually or not. A S-10 is commercial as is a F-350. Only way around it is a camper or a shell permanently attached and don't get caught with a 2x4 in the bed without a shell or the ticket will be more than the registration.
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Old 08-18-2015, 06:41 PM   #32
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Without fossil fuels we can't produce enough for everyone on the planet.

To make matters worse, the obese people of the population tend to not produce anything. They are just a tax on the entire system. All the way from health care to the food they consume, but do nothing to produce it. Most here live off social funding.

Next is the amount of food wasted by people in their homes and in the production / delivery system. Almost half the finished products get wasted when taking about meats and produce.

The American dream is a bunch of $hit and we all know it.
It makes living beyond your means, and being wasteful socially acceptable.


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Old 08-18-2015, 06:56 PM   #33
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I think this comment is a little harsh. Not everyone is living the American dream as you call it. More people are looking for work in America than the population of Canada. We are not all living high on the hog.
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I think this comment is a little harsh. Not everyone is living the American dream as you call it. More people are looking for work in America than the population of Canada. We are not all living high on the hog.
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I think this comment is a little harsh...
We are not all living high on the hog.
I hear tell there is a place in Colorado where you can order pork that is from pigs that were fed marijuana. Ain't that high on the hog? Danged us Americans. What will we think of next? Someplace in Canada just got aa patent for their version of an elevator to space.
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I hear tell there is a place in Colorado where you can order pork that is from pigs that were fed marijuana. Ain't that high on the hog? Danged us Americans. What will we think of next? Someplace in Canada just got aa patent for their version of an elevator to space.

Maybe some of those Canadians were fed marijuana.
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Bansil.....you a machinist? I see Val cool drums in there and those blue barrels looks like the crap my dad is alergic to, cant for the life of me remember the name lol
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As far as most fat people being on social funding... come on. 60% of the us has a weight problem. Im pretty sure they are not all on social funding.

It is probably true (as in making good sense) that we wouldn't be able ti feed all of us without fossil fuels. Good point.

I didn't want to stir up the mellow on this lovely site, just that this was the best book I read on the limits our planets has, how to guesstimate our future needs and situation (if nothing changes), etc...

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