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    Quote Originally Posted by shine View Post
    why in the hell our energy grid was being ran by a group of friggin yankees is beyond me. none of the morons lived here . heads need to roll over this crap.
    I'd just about guarantee that if the trail is followed back, it'll be all about politics and money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    Yep, it used to be called "the weather" before Al Gore's "Global Warming" that told us we'd all be cooked by now became "Climate Change". The real scientists look at the data and show the cycles we've seen and know that no matter what name you put on it, it's still just "the weather" and mankind can't affect it.
    Absolutely! When "Global Warming" stopped fitting the BS narrative they started using "Climate Change". When we have a hot summer we're idiots for not realizing its because of Climate Change. When we have a mild summer and point it out, we're idiots for not realizing that Climate has nothing to do with weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    I'd just about guarantee that if the trail is followed back, it'll be all about politics and money.
    if we could cut austin out like a cancerous tumor our state would be much better off . idiots move there to get away from the cess pool they created and then want the same liberal bs . go fidure .
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    Quote Originally Posted by shine View Post
    if we could cut austin out like a cancerous tumor our state would be much better off . idiots move there to get away from the cess pool they created and then want the same liberal bs . go fidure .
    It's the same here, if we could get rid of Boston... life could be good.
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    I got lucky. I have a small Kubota tractor that I constantly have to add a little water to due to a leaky radiator. I remembered to juice up the antifreeze to protect it. Everything else was good or so I thought. What I forgot about was the water cooler on my TIG machine. I didn't even think about it until yesterday when I went to use the machine. No leaks so far and the pump doesn't seem to be affected. I did add the recommended antifreeze to ti when I set it up, but don't think I had it protected down to the temps we got. We flirted with single digits. What was in it must have kept it from freezing solid enough to do any damage. Whew!
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