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    Where does your candidate stand on the energy issues? Are his/her views in line with yours? Read this article and find out.
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    Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

    Everyone should get involved w/ this election.

    For us non-Wordy Linux'rs here is Curtis's doc in text.


    {advertisement} Use antiword to get docs in text format.{/advertisement}
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    • #3
      Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

      Here is the PDF version.
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      John

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      • #4
        Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

        So none of them are really looking in our direction are they?
        We need to write a little more as a group and get their attention.
        We also need get NGV's into the news wherever you are and whenever we can so people will notice.
        Nothing gets a candidates attention better than what their constiuents are paying attention to.
        Dave Clement

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        • #5
          Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

          You're right. Like the "Nova" tv show the other night, there is little light being cast upon cng. Boone Pickens is actually helping us in that respect, but of course to advance his own interests.

          This is why I try and do thing's like this web site, the Yahoo groups, the Cruise-In's, AFV Expo, tv and radio whenever there's availability, and have just made connections with the car review guy at the newspaper. CNG is still the biggest and most misunderstood fuel around. That's why banding together, as we have done, is important.

          You guy's in various state's should look at putting together car club's and do your own cruise-in's and local car shows. Invite the press, their eating up this type of information right now, gas prices being what they are.

          We've been the silent minority for long enough. The more press we can garner, the stronger the demand becomes and the more people, like the OEM's and others, listen.
          With several thousand active members, we can start to make a difference in the way the future plays out for cng... and us.
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          • #6
            Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

            I tried posting a possible meet in the bay are forum, but nobody has touched it in three days. WAAAAAA! Nobody likes to get together anymore. They rather be typing on the computer like I am right now. LOL.

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            • #7
              Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

              Originally posted by Timon View Post
              Here is the PDF version.
              I knew there was a reason I block javascript
              www.danasoft.com is now blocked.
              "javascript is not java."
              CH

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              • #8
                Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

                Ok, I really don't understand what you have against my little banner flag but to each his own. It's not like the information it displays to you is top secret or something
                John

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                • #9
                  Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

                  John,

                  I think it is cool, especially the last sentence (which is the point you want to get across anyway).
                  Jared.
                  Mountain Green, Utah
                  2003 CNG Cavalier
                  2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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                    Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

                    Originally posted by Timon View Post
                    Ok, I really don't understand what you have against my little banner flag but to each his own. It's not like the information it displays to you is top secret or something
                    I get networking. If you're interested I suggest dig, whois, and the dieing nslookup.

                    BTW: Blocking the domain stops alot of the formatting, quotes, URLs, and stuff.
                    So, you only need to block: www.danasoft.com/sig/*

                    Now, I'm going to become Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1).

                    Geeze, Windows NT.
                    CH

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                    • #11
                      Re: The Candidates' Energy Plans: A Green Car Primer

                      I love it.

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