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It was always presumed that static electricity set it off way back in 1937 after forensic scientists with the Navy conducted thousands of tests and experiments...even using debris from the blimp. For many years it was suspected by Germany that secret agents from the anti-Nazi underground had planted explosives with ti...more
Before we start spending billions on electric vehicles and charging stations we should also expand the use of CNG. They are very successful with it in Australia and the technology has been around for 40+ years. Your existing vehicle can be modified very cheaply to burn CNG as well as gasoline. With the flick of a sw...more
Rick Goings is exactly right. The American consumer would drive 10 miles to save 10 cents on an item. This cheap, cheap mentality is what brought down our standard of living, lower salaries, poor quality and millions of jobs that have gone off shore. You get what you pay for and ever since the downsizing of budgets ...more
The Chevy Avalanche has some real engineering kudos and is a very practical and usefull vehicle. That's because it's a Chevy. I've driven Chevy's all my life, the first one being a 1954 Belair with powerglide auto transmission. My dad gave it to me when I first got my license and put nearly 100,000 miles on it when ...more
I have a 1987 Chevy Caprice with a 350 (5.7L) engine and a Rochester 4bbl carburator that runs on 87 octane. Just went over 228,000 miles. Runs great and that's because I follow the owner's manual, keep it tuned and all fluids clean. It's much cheaper than buying a new car every 5-10 years. Everything from flushing...more
For the year, the Dow is up 9.1%, with the S&P 500 up 13.6% and the Nasdaq up 16.9%.
Now what's so terrible about that? Americans are just getting spoiled and want more and more and never seem to be satisfied. Be thankful for what you have...my Church's pastor once told me. It could be a lot worse.
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