Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Swayze, Sep 5, 2013.
I was flabbergasted
Cant believe the rights big oil has in the US
I started a thread about how they're trying to kill Tesla recently, but no one gave a shit. It's ridiculous, we have a new, viable American car company and we're going to let dealership cartels and the oil industry try to kill it.
Amazing company and product
When they get cheaper i will buy one
Saw one here in ottawa this week
I also watched the death of the electric car doc
Pretty wild how they buried it
yeah a lot of it was bullshit. didn't even bother with the sequel.
Go frack yourself ladyboy!
The lives land and homes that have been destroyed are very well documented
Profit comes with a cost.
As long as my energy stocks go up, tuff shit.
Deal with it.
And thats americas attitude
As long as it doesnt effect me to hell with it
That's the attitude of most of humanity since time began
Fox’s new film, Gasland Part II, features a powerful scene showing a Texas landowner lighting the contents of a garden hose on fire. The incident is presented as evidence of water contamination from a nearby hydraulic fracturing operation.
According to a Texas court, the scene was actually a hoax devised by a Texas environmental activist engaged in a prolonged battle with a local gas company to falsely inflate the supposed dangers of the oil and gas extraction technique, also known as fracking. …
Texas’ 43rd Judicial District Court found in February 2012 that Steven Lipsky, “under the advice or direction” of Texas environmental activist Alisa Rich, “intentionally attach[ed] a garden hose to a gas vent—not a water line” and lit its contents on fire.
“This demonstration was not done for scientific study but to provide local and national news media a deceptive video, calculated to alarm the public into believing the water was burning,” the court found in response to a defamation complaint brought by Range Resources, the company conducting hydraulic fracturing operations in the area, against Lipsky and his wife.
Yes this recent trend of corporations controlling our country/lives/gov./economy is quite flaggerbasting
I totally disagree
Did you watch it? The guy has to spend 1k on water delivery every month and is forbidden to use his hose, taps, swim in the river etc.
.....forest through the trees much?
I'd care more if you were a supporter not a freeloader
Dawg approves of fracking.