Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-30 Thread Keith Addison
@sustainablelists.org From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day Send reply to: Biofuel@sustainablelists.org mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi Darryl Very nice! I'm sure

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-30 Thread Mel Riser
Title: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day Anyone in Texas has a few choices there is BioDrive in Addison BioWillie at Carl's corner Ecowise on Congress and Austin Biofuels on south slaughter price for b99 with the tax credit is 2.99 b100 is 3.40 and the biowillie 20/80

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-30 Thread Mel Riser
@sustainablelists.org Cc: Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day I'm gonna go down and fill up ALL my diesel vehicles with B100 that day. mel___ Biofuel mailing list Biofuel@sustainablelists.org http://sustainablelists.org/mailman

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-30 Thread Mike Weaver
/2005 1:35 PM *To:* Biofuel@sustainablelists.org; Biofuel@sustainablelists.org *Cc:* *Subject:* Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day I'm gonna go down and fill up ALL my diesel vehicles with B100 that day. mel

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-30 Thread Brian Rodgers
Damn. I wish people would check validity of stuff before they send it around. I have received one or two per day of these bogus emails about sticking it up their collective behinds. I wish more people would write something, anything in their own words and send it around to all their friends.

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Stan
This is mostly an incorrect rumor. http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp - It'd better serve everyone to forward accurate information about alternatives to petroleum. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This was forwarded to me, so I am sending it to all of you to forward if you want to.

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Kirk McLoren
Choke on their stockpiles. Sigh. Do they choke on their stockpiles when transportation is disrupted by storms -- and that is often for many days. Switching to a renewable fuel and not using fuel by changing life style are all that will work. KirkStan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is mostly an

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mike Weaver
Arggh. This is an informal intelligence test that has been circulating aroun the Internet for at least 8 years under different guises. IT IS A HOAX. DO PAY ANY ATTENTION TO IT. I mean, think for a minute: It has been calculated - by whom? Some bored kid in a dorm? In the US, no one buy gas

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread marilyn
effort to take public transportation for a whole month. Biofuel@sustainablelists.org wrote: This is mostly an incorrect rumor. http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp - It'd better serve everyone to forward accurate information about alternatives to petroleum. Thanks for the reply,

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread mphee
http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp On Mon, 29 Aug 2005 07:08:06 -0700 (PDT), Kirk McLoren wrote Choke on their stockpiles. Sigh. Do they choke on their stockpiles when transportation is disrupted by storms -- and that is often for many days. Switching to a renewable fuel and

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread mphee
Station owners really don't make much money off of gas. Their lucky to make a nickel a gallon. They make their money on what's called C-Store sales. If more people could take public transportation it would help greatly. Funny tidbit. BP says they loose money on their gas stations, $100mil

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Darryl McMahon
Well, then I guess we can expect to see BP putting all their gasoline stations up for sale. After all, the managers are required to maximize the returns for their shareholders. If the stations are losing money, they have to dump them. I won't be holding my breath. As for gas-outs - it's

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Keith Addison
it for yourself at the link previously provided by Stan (see below). It reiterates what I have just spewed, and should have just copied it to save my finger's energy (veggie powered). Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 02:37:32 -0400 From: Stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread marilyn
Biofuel@sustainablelists.org wrote: 11) If you want to make a political statement, pick an oil company to boycott or support.. You all probably know this, but in case some don't, the following can help in choosing which ones you might decide to boycott: Major companies that import Middle

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread John Hayes
You all probably know this, but in case some don't, the following can help in choosing which ones you might decide to boycott: Major companies that import Middle Eastern oil : Shell. 205,742,000 barrels Chevron/Texaco. 144,332,000 barrels Exxon

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Darryl Very nice! I'm sure others can contribute more ideas beyond the list above. My point is, don't act for a day, act for a lifetime. I'm also sure, there've been some good contributions so far. If we can et some more I can compile them and make a page at Journey to Forever for it,

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread marilyn
Thanks. I should have looked for this one on Snopes before I sent it. Biofuel@sustainablelists.org wrote: You all probably know this, but in case some don't, the following can help in choosing which ones you might decide to boycott: Major companies that import Middle Eastern oil :

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Darryl McMahon
@sustainablelists.org From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day Send reply to: Biofuel@sustainablelists.org mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi Darryl Very nice! I'm sure others

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread RobertCVA
You get 0 mpg when idling in stopped traffic. I suppose it's worse than "0". Since in most cars the engine keeps running while stopped, it has the effect of a negative mpg on overall gas mileage.My 2004 Prius' engine stops when the traffic stops, which is great for mpg and air quality. And

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mel Riser
I'm gonna go down and fill up ALL my diesel vehicles with B100 that day. mel___ Biofuel mailing list Biofuel@sustainablelists.org http://sustainablelists.org/mailman/listinfo/biofuel_sustainablelists.org Biofuel at Journey to Forever:

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mike Weaver
I'm gonna drive my car around the beltway *just for fun* just like the guy who was interviewed in the Washington Post last week about gas prices. He was bemoaning the fact that he couldn't afford to keep his car on the road due to gas prices. Poor fellow. Mel Riser wrote: I'm gonna go down

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mike Weaver
. Darryl Date sent: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 02:21:24 +0900 To:Biofuel@sustainablelists.org From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day Send reply to: Biofuel@sustainablelists.org

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mike Weaver
I vote for Exxon - they never paid squat for the Valdez spill. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Biofuel@sustainablelists.org wrote: 11) If you want to make a political statement, pick an oil company to boycott or support.. You all probably know this, but in case some don't, the following can help

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Mike Weaver
FWIW BP is a fairly big player in solar panels - so far a 3-6 backlog of orders. Keith Addison wrote: Hi Darryl Very nice! I'm sure others can contribute more ideas beyond the list above. My point is, don't act for a day, act for a lifetime. I'm also sure, there've been some good

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Slydog
] Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day This is mostly an incorrect rumor. http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp - It'd better serve everyone to forward accurate information about alternatives to petroleum. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This was forwarded to me, so I am