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If we did, I'm sorry, I can't remember. I knew you raced dirt track, but I can't remember if you owned an engine shop.
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Stupid question to ask Sandyfordson, I can answer for him. He is like the love of his life Al gore and al gore says he hates the infernal combustion engine, and so does sandy, sandy is a Marxist socialist communist demo c rat climate change religionist and he only believes in solar cells and electric motors in cars. No one that likes the ICE will support the communists that wish to take it and many other things from us.
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sanfordandson wrote:David Redszus wrote:machinedave wrote:It's okay to criticize a government program even if you benefit from government programs. I was very critical of ethanol subsidies even though my family benefited from them.
That's a good example of government penalizing the many in order to benefit the few.
The carefully selected few.
I have some guys running on e85 in circle track. Dirt cheap fuel and makes power! Count us in as beneficiaries!
No it is not dirt cheap. It is being subsidized by taxpayers. Why not ask taxpayers to subsidized my 115 octane race fuel? I would like to become a beneficiary too!
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David Redszus wrote:No it is not dirt cheap. It is being subsidized by taxpayers. Why not ask taxpayers to subsidized my 115 octane race fuel? I would like to become a beneficiary too!
It is for me..hence the beneficiary comment.
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