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  •  I gave you a link that pretty much (0+ / 0-)

    summarizes everything.

    If you have some divine insight that negates  it, feel free to elaborate.

    Otherwise, you might want to back off on you snarky wisdom.   Which I quite frankly find massively wanting.

    •  Thanks for sharing. It's youR btw. eom (1+ / 0-)
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      If we really want to straighten out all this crap we really need to think about shit - Holy Shit.

      by John Crapper on Wed Sep 18, 2013 at 03:25:34 PM PDT

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      •  You are most welcome (1+ / 0-)
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        hopefully you will take this opportunity to either read the link I gave, or seek out your own information, on how absolutely futile (idiotic really) opposition to Keystone XL is.

        •  Oil & Gas Journal??? Plus I had to sign (0+ / 0-)

          in to get the full article.  Not interested.  I've researched Keystone plenty and have formed my opinion.  IMHO anything that serves to keep fossil fuels in the ground is not idiotic or futile.  What is idiotidic is denying anthropogenic climate change.  

          I'll be at one of the 200+ nationwide Draw the Line actions taking place this Sat. 9/21 where we not only fighting Keystone but TPP and west coast coal export schemes.  All three of these plans are truly idiotic.  

          If we really want to straighten out all this crap we really need to think about shit - Holy Shit.

          by John Crapper on Thu Sep 19, 2013 at 09:33:12 PM PDT

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          •  I didn't have to log in, not sure why you did (0+ / 0-)

            but they're the ones actually producing and shipping this shit - I suspect they have a much better handle on the processes and costs involved because they're actually doing it.

            The point is that blocking Keystone will not keep anything in the ground - they'll just move the product by rail (which is now cheaper than pipelines) like is the case for Bakken crude.

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