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Something to crow about...

 

90.5 million acres of corn this year

 

:moondance: :moondance: :moondance:

 

 

An ethanol-fueled boom in prices will prompt American farmers to plant the most corn since the year the Allies invaded Normandy, but surging demand could mean consumers still may pay more for everything from chicken to cough syrup.

 

Serves 'em right! :anger::noway:

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i wonder if chicken soup can be converted to fuel...i know a certain cock i wouldn't mind reducing to fumes out the back of my car...BEYOTCH!

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i rode me bike for 10 years . no car! i once carried 28 cans of map gaz in my backpack.!! 10 foot 2x4's, no problem! a full table saw on handle bars no sweat. i drive 10k a year max. my car is chipped but it has a direct intake to make up the fuel mileage. i rarely floor it.

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i rode me bike for 10 years . no car! i once carried 28 cans of map gaz in my backpack.!! 10 foot 2x4's, no problem! a full table saw on handle bars no sweat. i drive 10k a year max. my car is chipped but it has a direct intake to make up the fuel mileage. i rarely floor it.
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omg, burning fuel creates carbon dioxide?

by that logic lets switch to hydrogen immediately even tho it has way higher lifecycle emissions :rolleyes:

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