I have One alias, Noballs, now you on the other hand, doesn't this game get OLD for you??. I see your vocabulary is a strong as ever. LOL :-)
Could be, but my money is one ONE lone nut, siting in the basement of his mothers house in his pajamas. He's a SAD human being, and I've run into him before. After a while you get to recognize his "style" and "vocabulary", aka LIMITED. LOL :-)
You again, WITH ANOTHER ALIAS, how many are you using on this board, I'm guessing about four or five. LOL :-) "Have a nice day" stalking must represent such a SAD existence for you.
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Magnets that close the esophagus. !!!! MAGNETS !!!!, once implanted, you can't have an MRI, and your going to be very popular at airport security. C-Pulse could be a better solution, and represent another indication for us.
Truffle's....talk about a high margin business. Funny thing, they just seem to keep showing up in the vineyards!! :-)
Willamette Valley Vineyards’ founder Jim Bernau and winmaker Don Crank will present the Oregon Truffle Festival VIP Dinner at 7 p.m. Jan. 23 in Turner.
The three-course meal, prepared by winery chef Eric Nelson, will highlight Oregon’s native winter white and black truffles that will be paired with Willamette Valley Vineyards’ classic pinot noirs.
Special guests will be authors Andrew Dornenburg and Karen A. Page.
The cost is $100 or $80 for Wine Club members. Seating is limited to 150 guests. RSVP by Jan. 8.
The Oregon Truffle Festival takes place from Jan. 24-26 in Eugene and celebrates the unique Oregon terrior with educational and culinary events.
2014, the year ICE machines start to melt, and EV's begin to be understood by the general public. Poor ICE machines, look at the PC, that is your future, and its coming faster then you think.
"Finally, decisions by countries like China to cut pollution in megacities after years of choking smog could provide a further push for electric vehicles of all types--from bicycles to commercial trucks. This increased demand also pushes down the cost of batteries, which benefits the industry as a whole."
"Ultimately, ABB's predictions are just that--predictions.
But when you see where we were with electric vehicles just three or four years ago, and see where we've got today, it isn't hard to imagine the pace of change being equally impressive over the coming years--maybe we really have hit the tipping point for electric cars."