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Carmon 2 month s ago
       
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Carmon 2 month s ago
       
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Riche 2 month s ago
       
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Hiel 2 month s ago
       
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Angela 2 month s ago
#29 News Flash: Windmills have been around even longer.

There's a reason that electric cars and windmills never became popular. The same reason that we don't fly in blimps or use stagecoaches for travel.
       
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Lem 2 month s ago
       
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Angela 2 month s ago
Lem,

Not by choice - only by force.
       
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Stacia 2 month s ago
       
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Riche 2 month s ago
Stacia,
I would disagree with you here. An alternative fuel source would help for sure, but lithium batteries in electric cars is not the solution that will help the world. Converting to electric cars with the current infrastructure and rampant industrial abuse won't help the environment. It's like putting make-up on a pig. There are many factors why this won't work too well. It's a good step though.
       
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Geoffrey 2 month s ago
Lem, Sure, look at California during the last heat wave. Look at Texas during that cold storm. Look at Australia a couple years ago during a big wind storm. Oh, yeah, they haven't got it right yet. Just like Communism, eh?
       
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Midge 2 month s ago
Lem,
well currently the gubmints are subsidizing electronic power. soons as thats over it will be unaffordable for the poor and middle class.
       
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Riche 2 month s ago
Angela,

It was a lack of battery technology and theow cost of oil/fuel that made the electric car unpopular. Over 100 years later, we are still struggling to achieve a decent range with electric cars and controlling its prohibitive cost; financially and environmentally.

*low cost
       
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Elena 2 month s ago
       
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Ivy 2 month s ago
#50 How dare him! Making the rest of us look bad! 35
       
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Lonny 2 month s ago
#13 The only people who would trust that labelling would be the dimwitted Russians who think Putin is a great leader. Screw Russia.
       
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Ken 2 month s ago
       
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Brina 2 month s ago
       
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Carmon 2 month s ago
Found the butthurt russian.
How does it feel to be the lapdog for china?
       
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Eliphalel 2 month s ago
#7
"So, what's your home décor motif?"

"Why, urban decay."
       
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Marion 2 month s ago
#14 Nero's bathtub at the Vatican museum.
       
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Mahala 2 month s ago
#29 Did their batteries burst into flame like the one's today?
       
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Ryan 2 month s ago
Mahala, probably no more often than the ones filled with highly flammable gasoline.
       
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Leanne 2 month s ago
#12 Aqua building in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#42 Where is this structure?
       
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Hermione 2 month s ago
       
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Ryan 2 month s ago
       
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Brina 2 month s ago
#10 good example of being nice to others by sharing information you have.
       
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Bartel 2 month s ago
#7 Incredible ugly.
       
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Johanna 2 month s ago
#11 That is either a hawsepipe or the ship has hemorrhoids.
       
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Olph 2 month s ago
Johanna,

speaking of butthurt: why does this (imho) funny comment get so many downvotes? What is wrong with you people??
       
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Rose 2 month s ago
#3 The same can be said from the Groom's perspective. But most don't last forever. Mine's going on 20 years and will be Till Death Do We Part.
       
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Rose 2 month s ago
#45 California nd Trader Joe's
       
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Rose 2 month s ago
#50 I AGREE!!!! How dare he
       
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Rose 2 month s ago
#55 Cruel
       
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Joy 2 month s ago
#1 studebaker nose?
       
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