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dieselfan1

Better stock up on gas powered vehicles

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I would stock pile gas cars, but the gas to power them may be too expensive by then.  Another example of industry dictating what we want.  

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Show me an electric vehicle that I can sit in a closed down highway for 20+ hours, 20 deg F ambient, running the heat without the battery going dead and still have over 100 miles of range once the traffic clears that can tow over 8,000 lbs during this ordeal.

 

The sheep will buy into this ridiculousness of non-petroleum powered vehicles.

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I have enough vehicles in the stable to last the rest of my life.

I'm old.

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A plug in hybrid does interest me. But not total electric. Or perhaps like a train. Diesel/electric. That would be a stump puller. 

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I'm hoarding extension cords.

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I'm curious as to how Big Oil is going to react to this? Wife says we will have a yard full of cars and not a gas station in site. I figure I'll be worm food before then. 

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