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  • #31
    Originally posted by buddy View Post
    I did not "support" what you said. Like Cricket, Lowell, Skulnik, etal, I merely had to point out where you were wrong.
    Truth be told, it does get tiring.
    Take a nap then.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by WhatsHisNuts View Post

      Here's some inconvenient truths:
      We have been producing more oil in the US under Biden than at almost any other time in US history.
      We were technically energy independent in 2021 under Biden and are likely to be the same in 2022 (Producing more domestically than using domestically).


      I keep hearing about how the politicians are getting in the way of EV expansion. It's one party. Guess which one.
      Sheez Gary..You mean...inconvenient msnbc spin/talking points
      Your a smart young man..think for yourself...Why would admin be drain the reserves if we were energy independent.
      Sorry my friend but got to put in YZZ non response mode in the future as it was be all day job correct your "inconvenient truths" as you.
      maybe pictures would help..
      Be safe brother

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      • #33
        Putting people in "non-response mode" when they point out that you are wrong, sums you up pretty well.


        Pick up your ball, and go home.
        Last edited by yyz; 06-22-2022, 05:36 AM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by DOGS THAT BARK View Post

          Sheez Gary..You mean...inconvenient msnbc spin/talking points
          Your a smart young man..think for yourself...Why would admin be drain the reserves if we were energy independent.
          Sorry my friend but got to put in YZZ non response mode in the future as it was be all day job correct your "inconvenient truths" as you.
          maybe pictures would help..
          Be safe brother

          Wayne: You are walking right into my whole argument as to why the Trump claim of energy independence is bullshit. Buddy posted an article that points it out. We are technically energy independent if we produce more than we consume, but since we export a shit ton, it's not really true.

          Thanks for that graph. Why does it start at 2016? When I said we've been producing more oil in the US at almost any point in history, I didn't mean history started at 2016. Show the previous 30 or even 100 years and the graph will show I'm right.
          “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

          "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

          "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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          • #35
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            https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/Le...s=mcrfpus1&f=m
            “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

            "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

            "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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            • #36
              https://www.yahoo.com/news/letters-e...100116527.html

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              • #37
                Stock market? Climbing. Oil prices? Falling. Gas at the pump? Falling.

                Trump fans/Biden haters? Nowhere to be found.

                Another lovely day!!!

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                • #38
                  Another opinion piece that says a lot and explains nothing. Intellectual laziness.
                  “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

                  "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

                  "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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                  • #39
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                    Last edited by vaquerizo; 06-25-2022, 07:58 AM.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by vaquerizo View Post
                      ..
                      You're amusing.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by yyz View Post

                        You're amusing.
                        No he's not, he's just trying to push buttons and I'm not going to deal with it much longer.

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                        • #42
                          It is interesting to note that the left is telling us to save the nation by purchasing electric cars even as our governments are telling us to limit the use of electricity this summer because the power grid is too fragile to bear the load.
                          No matter how badly you are playing, its always possible to play worse.
                          86-46

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Cricket View Post
                            It is interesting to note that the left is telling us to save the nation by purchasing electric cars even as our governments are telling us to limit the use of electricity this summer because the power grid is too fragile to bear the load.
                            Google it. Read about it. You'll find a couple articles that will tell you it's impossible, but there are many more that will explain the impact on the grid and how it could work. The easy thing to do is nothing, which is the stance the Republicans are taking. One party is trying to prepare us for the future by building out and upgrading our infrastructure while one party is getting in the way.
                            “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

                            "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

                            "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by WhatsHisNuts View Post

                              Google it. Read about it. You'll find a couple articles that will tell you it's impossible, but there are many more that will explain the impact on the grid and how it could work. The easy thing to do is nothing, which is the stance the Republicans are taking. One party is trying to prepare us for the future by building out and upgrading our infrastructure while one party is getting in the way.
                              And one party,the one that's making the rules right now,, can get very rich while legislating our energy policies.
                              No matter how badly you are playing, its always possible to play worse.
                              86-46

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Cricket View Post

                                And one party,the one that's making the rules right now,, can get very rich while legislating our energy policies.
                                What rules? The radical right wingers on the Supreme Court are taking away women's rights. Which energy policies have been legislated?
                                “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

                                "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

                                "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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