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by SHEP20715  Sep 19, 2014

Congratulations on Earning over 1. MM points, enjoy your nice red convertible. Most buddies don't reach that mark,. that is dedication. Wishing you the best in all that you do. Lets be buddies. Shep

by SHEP20715  Sep 03, 2014

Congratulations for Earning over 970 points posting prices to help save money on gas. that is dedication. lets be buddies. Shep

by lgppa  Aug 26, 2014

Care to be buddies? It would be nice to add you as a buddy! Come see my profile page! Have a nice week! Ron

by Mudsprings  Jul 29, 2014

I only pump friends. The three guys on the front page are my friends. and if LanguageMan1 has a story like he sometimes has I would pump him, too.

by dallfo  Jul 29, 2014

I pumped your article. Good article. Tesla is going to have a lasting impact.

by LanguageMan1  Jul 11, 2014

Great article on the old VW pickup. I remember the Datsuns, Toyotas, even the old Dodges and Subarus back then that were getting well over 30 mpg and into the 40's. Some did extra work to them and got them up into the 50's. Some do the same things today with their full-sized pickups and get 30 to 40+ mpg out of them as well.

by dallfo  Jul 11, 2014

Good article. I pumped your article.

by orphancarguyPE  Jul 07, 2014

Like Savannah Georgia, it stayed poor after an early boom (sailing ship building, silver fox fur farms) that ended about 100 years+ ago, so a lot of the architecture is 1860-1920 lovely, and the countryside unspoiled. Even the capital is all low scale 3-4 stories at most with big shady parks downtown, with only a single handful of buildings taller than 4 stories. All of PEI largely avoided the rip down and paving over decades, and there isn't a real 4 lane highway in the province, but there are wildflowers in every ditch. Traditionally, lobster and shellfish, and potatoes paid the way. Clean high tech does contribute now.

by dallfo  Jul 07, 2014

Excellent response to my article. Could you send me that link about Tom Steyer? Thank you.

by orphancarguyPE  Jul 07, 2014

PEI doesn't have any oil, or commercial natural gas (there was a natural gas fraud--Goggle Meteor Creek) We don't have any rivers to speak of, or any lakes. It is a 'million acre farm', with sand dunes and beaches, with absolutely clean water, absolutely clean soil and extremely clean ocean beaches. Our industries are farming, tourism, aerospace (really!) and fishing. Oh, and training police and chefs, high quality professional level stainless steel cookware, chemical testing kits sold worldwide and similar niche things. All very clean and non-polluting. We also have the highest integration rate of wind power in North America--well over 30% of electricity is from turbines, and the local city of Summerside is 46% and climbing. Old fashioned values and viewscapes but ultramodern otherwise. No oil or gas, and no hydro and no nuclear, and no coal, so wind power and solar PV/solar air and water heating is all a natural fit here.

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