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norrishappy 559 posts  |  Last Activity: 8 hours ago Member since: Apr 24, 2002
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  • norrishappy norrishappy 8 hours ago Flag

    No RRb caliban,

    After exhausting any benefit of the doubt, I find your choice of character repugnant and nearly singularly repellent.

    As far as your prattle it is simply wrong. You will not correct your basic mistakes so in all these years you have not grown or learned.

    Believe me I would rather just ignore you. It would save a great deal of wasted time on my part.

    But you prattle is not just a reflection of your choice of no shame. It also carries the most negative agenda. Whether you are even aware of it in your poor condition I can not say.

    Believe me if you took the time to have an informed opinion and chose to improve your base character, it would please me greatly.

    Unlike the Occupy LINE board troop I do not have enemies. Only opponents which is not of my choice.

    Sand was a most beneficial poster on this board. The fact is he simply got tired of dealing with the troop.
    Besides with all the money he made on his investments maybe he is just on an extended vacation.

    Poor us the OLB loses money in a good market and you take your self resentment about it here.

    At least crony stag monster knows what it is about. As much insane and evil at this scale corn ethanol. It will say and do anything to keep feeding on human blood for money.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 13 hours ago Flag

    Primarily oil and scrap steel Opie.

    Zhukov over ran their army at least a couple of times in boarder dispute. So the Imperial Army did not want to do the logical thing and attack Russia for resources.

    The navy on the other hand had the experience of winning a war with the decisive naval engagement strategy over Imperial Russia. So grabbing up European resource colonies was easy pickings.

    Destroy the American navy and why wouldn't we decadent pleasure seeking Americans just call it quits?

    As far as I can tell the one decision FDR made which was sound was asking the GM CEO to run our rearmament effort. For a dollar a year. Funny how it is so difficult to find this fine Ameriman's name and honor his service merits. Our industrial transitional planning was awesome while the government run civilian preparedness was almost as bad as Obamacare.

    The reality was the Japanese brought down on themselves one of the greatest, perhaps the greatest, mismatches in history. Truth is they could not deal effectively even with our desperate and determined vastly out matched forces at the beginning. Our Marines at Wake were tough, brave and adaptive. Ordinary Americans, doing their duty.

    There is also the story of an ordinary civilian seeing the Marines hit and out of action at their machine gun positions. Without really thinking about it he just threw rocks and by some miracle the Japanese pulled back. It was still early so perhaps they could not bring themselves to shoot such a brave man.

    A great American story. I know the OLB does not like to read but there is a good program run on the history channel from time to time. I believe it is Wake. Alamo of the Pacific. I know how Texans feel about the Alamo but our ordinary Marines deserve the merit of the connection.

    But in those days FDR economic planner had the intellectual honesty to walk into FDR's office and inform him all the 'innovative' ideas did not work.

    If only there was a Progressive like that today.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 15 hours ago Flag

    The executive order was issued by FDR, alone. In total War time no one challenged it. German and Italian origin Americans and nationals were imprisoned as well. But of course much more restrained.

    The fear from the military was the Black Dragon operations. Concerns which did have merit. It was common for families to send children home to Japan for primary education and cultural inchocation. Parents not understanding how rapidly the Progressives elements in Japan had taken power and imposed a most Orwellian collectivist state.

    My friend's Dad was sent over by his parents. Fortunately he was to young to be drafted into the Japanese military. But he was old enough to be issued a sharp stick to repel the coming American invasion. The military tactic was understood as solely a physiological attack on American troops. Killing waves of children certainly would have wounded the American troops.

    When the War ended he ran over to army troopers and exclaimed thank God you are here and this is over. He became a translator and then a b52 navigator. Then promoted to officer. His family spent the war in a camp. Always regretful that they had not been more aware and kept him home. Even in the camp.

    KNowing Mr. O, he certainly would have tried to join the 442 Combat team or volunteered to be a translator. When he did get back to the states he bought a Harley and cruised through all 50 states on a four month leave. If people gave him a hard time he did not speak of it.

    Warren became gov of California carrying on the rationalization of the imprisonment of innocent citizens by FDR's executive order. Remember cronies wanted to keep the stolen homes, farms and properties.

    The very Warren the Progressives have built a cult of worship around for it's expedient 'activism'. He clearly was unsuited to the court and reflects a rare lapse in judgement by Ike.

    Certainly Ike welcomed the civil rights rulings getting around LBJ.

    Our imperfection requieres restraint. Constitution.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 16 hours ago Flag

    Corny stag monster with your long record of pure ignorance and therefore inept attemptw at dissembling, obfuscation and childish deceit, why would any fair minded just rational American assign any weight to your 'opinion'?

    The sad part is the OLB just carries on in never changing determined behaviour.

    Willie has a terrible public record. Making recommendations without even bothering to read the 10qs. Which means the thought it understands a business is pure delusion. When caught it claims to have made huge heaps of money anyway. Magic.

    It is the expediency of emotion based life. It is not humbled by any idea greater than self and therefore can not governor itself.

    Like Jon Stewart, when he is not at his best.

    It is unfortunately a predictable symptom of the material nihilist secular faith. Which leads to churlish demands for policy action free of recognition of human nature and our imperfect state of existence. To do otherwise means mature care reasoning. Like Booker T Washington.

    It also explains the cult like Progressive worship of Obama at the beginning. Style and imagine fashioned an empty space to be filled by emotionally created projection. Hope and change was in fact bald face deception on healthcare and a flagrant willful abuse of power along with an appetite for abuse of government power. To which the billions in tax payer money handed over for influence fads away into insignificance. . Even the 500,000,000 just tossed over illegally to Solyndra.

    Corn ethanol is a destructive defective product. Supply has adjusted to the 10% mandate. Like all commodities corn will return to a slightly above free market price as result. But first American farmers will sadly have to go through a tough period of adjust back to economic rationality rather than political corruption driven payoffs.

  • But getting back to George Takei and FDR's imprisonment of innocent Americans. While it was total with Americans of Japanese origin, FDR also locked up German and italian origin Americans.

    But it was usually had some fascist association like the Bund. Many of the Bund members went all the way over to Hitler.

    The American Japanese prison camps produced some understandable and justified protests.

    BUt there were also those Americans who volunteered for the 442 Combat team and translators in the Pacific. The superior example. It really is time some one do a proper go for broke series in the band of brothers level of quality.

    But why this happened is not our Constitution and the Founding unified sophisticated philosophy of serving God's grant of individual Liberty. In fact, despite the illuminated explanation in the Federalist Papers, Washington's Farewell address and other purposed primary documents, there is clearly a sensus plenior element to our Constitution and Declaration.

    No FDR's executive order and Warren's whole improvident activist court worked on a clearly unhumbled spirit of innovation. Ethics of the expedient rather than fully reasoned.

    At this point in time it is very difficult to find an American of pure Japanese origin. Despite the history they merged so fast into our melting pot that they are a rapidly shrinking minority.

    What remains with us is the improvident spirit of expedient innovation breaking down our Constitutional safeguards against man's constant state of imperfection. Can we safely leave Liberty to the charge of collectivists like FDR and Warren? Yea, sadly racist Wilson kept a bible at his bed. Clearly he did not serve God's grant of Liberty but decided he could determine God's intent

    It certainly is not the Progressives in control of our education which do not clearly and accurately state the source of the interments as an executive order on the authority of FDR alone. Certainly Warren;s nasty history is not taught.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 17 hours ago Flag

    It is an amazing thing Willie,

    YOur delusion you insist on sharing sank long ago on massive inconsistencies. Two of the most obvious and glaring is you not understanding the contribution of the church in the South African transition. There is also your pure low educational level American fashion syntax, word selection and spelling. Why would a South African steeped in the most proper Victorian legacy high British communication style Mr. Varney has mastered; involuntarily switches back when engrossed by fascination in his own show content, select American english on their browser? It is a significant aspect of the South African culture white and black.

    While the high British English may seem stilted to us and classicist, it is indeed the best at clearly defined communication.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 18 hours ago Flag

    Wow! The dark side of the moon has green houses now?

    Such a vivid alternative reality you have created for yourself.

    HOw quickly it can morph. Why not long ago Willie was a major corn/row crop farmer. clicking its heels three times off to Zanzibar. ;)

    Spare me! and every one else please.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 18 hours ago Flag

    No unrepentant self naming Caliban. Shakespeare coined the word mooncalf for Caliban and therefore by your driving need for edification, your public embrace.

    What is it with you and Sand? Yea, with all the money he made in his entrepreneurial American oil plays he is likely off on a world cruise .

    While you spend your days angry with yourself for publicly self labelling yourself the board mooncalf.

    Which I view as the wildly different fruits of productive verses vain behaviour choices. .

  • norrishappy norrishappy 18 hours ago Flag

    Poor corn willie Lackey.

    corn prices were certain to return to economic rationality in time. It is always better that bubbles be stopped early.

    It is now nearly an emergency that American cereal farmers focus on efficiency. $4 a bushel corn did not stop the growth in international growing capacity. Plus that capacity is yet to benefit from our superior seed technology. So while this looks like another bumper crop driving prices, the additional supply is likely to make this the new rational normal.

    Only rational is stable and therefore good for every one. The end of political corruption is wishing bad on another person? ;)

  • norrishappy norrishappy 19 hours ago Flag

    It is not really the current steam operations which have been active for three generations now. Granted putting in a solar array in an industry and area which is a huge provider of cogeneration electricity indicates just how corrupt and unscience the Progressive politics are here.
    As fas as Midland Sunset. The effort into the PULV pool was deep and done with now completely obsolete technology. There is also the deep Monterey formation. You can see a few long throw oil donkeys today. Which means deep drilling has been productive at some undisclosed level success.

    Given the capital budget, LINN.BRY has plenty of opportunity with the steam. So years to go.

    But, the Midland Sunrise really is the field which simply does not quit. So of course our board mooncalf rrb claims it is tertiary and then does the threat yawns. As Progressives do when their general condition of smug comes into contact with reality.

  • norrishappy norrishappy 19 hours ago Flag

    Boaring. ;)


    Tumbling corn prices are sowing fears that many U.S. farmers will suffer their first losses in years and the agricultural economy could face its first sustained slump in a decade.

    Corn prices have plunged nearly 30% in the past three months to their lowest point since 2010 as near-perfect weather in the Midwest fuels expectations of a second consecutive bumper harvest. Prices of other crops have fallen sharply as well, with soybeans trading near 2½-year lows and wheat near four-year lows.

    Sadly the JOurnalists bought into the claim American farmers must have $4 a bushel to breakeven. If this is true then Obama with his political corruption has made American farmers the least efficient in the world. $4 a bushel did not stop the rapid expansion in capacity around the world. Not with the Chinese bringing in our technology and supplying our dollars earned through hostile mercantilism 'trade'.

    So while this is another bumper year, world supply will continue to increase.

    The good news is cash rents are coming down towards a realistic or rational level. Which is most of the bogus figure of $4 a bushel to turn a profit.

    Corny Stag monster has really encourage some hard years for corn farmers. No surprise to rational people using econ 101 concepts that corn ethanol has done to corn what sugar ethanol did to sugar. Except the corn disaster fro our farmers is only beginning.

    But it will take many years for beef production to recover. Food companies absorbed more than half the political corruption price spikes in their margins, so unfortunately it is very unlikely hard pressed American families will see price reductions for many years.

    Economic political bubbles feel good like a high. BUt time ensures there is always the crash. .

  • norrishappy norrishappy 20 hours ago Flag

    Yea Denisovan like all great apes yawn in a threat display. Caliban. :) gee I wonder why this connection came to me. Why you thought being Caliban was way cool! Mooncalf.

    Of what are you prattling on about the LINN bond? You are even more irrational than the general OLB ingannation tantrums.

    Guess you are not up on the asset transition news. Moving Permian and now other shales to currently producing largely natural gas assets.

    It could be a good quarter. NGLs could have been stronger. But oil was over the puts.

    Capital is moving to the Sunset field. Which is amazing for what you described in Mooncalf fashion to be a tertiary effort. ;).

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 25, 2014 1:10 AM Flag

    Ah the usual and common angry Caliban tantrum.

    Remember you named yourself Caliban. Read up the wiki entry which omitted what is the key to the play.

    Man is unworthy of worship. It is logical and necessary for personal growth to seek Grace.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 25, 2014 1:05 AM Flag

    In this approach, various methods are used to heat the crude oil in the formation to reduce its viscosity and/or vaporize part of the oil and thus decrease the mobility ratio. The increased heat reduces the surface tension and increases the permeability of the oil. The heated oil may also vaporize and then condense forming improved oil. Methods include cyclic steam injection, steam flooding and combustion. These methods improve the sweep efficiency and the displacement efficiency. Steam injection has been used commercially since the 1960s in California fields.[9] In 2011 solar thermal enhanced oil recovery projects were started in California and Oman, this method is similar to thermal EOR but uses a solar array to produce the steam.

    Which brings me back to an early point. The oil fields are huge net export electrical generation assets. Steam injection is not tertiary or final extraction today.

    So back to the original point you screw up in every possible way.

    The pool being worked now is most unlikely to be the final or tertiary phase of the field based on stacked geology and the closed shales. Huge upside. Old steam injection technology is an EOR technology but it certainly is not the territory technology today. Finally a solar array in a net natural gas electrical generation is not a rational business decision. But rather an irrational political one.

    Wish you were advanced enough to recognize your shame. It is not your general ignorance but posing trying to cover what is so obvious.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 25, 2014 12:58 AM Flag

    rrb unrepentant Caliban,

    If we were living 20 years ago or not keeping up on the industry you could claim such a thing.

    Gas injection or miscible flooding is presently the most-commonly used approach in enhanced oil recovery. Miscible flooding is a general term for injection processes that introduce miscible gases into the reservoir. A miscible displacement process maintains reservoir pressure and improves oil displacement because the interfacial tension between oil and water is reduced. This refers to removing the interface between the two interacting fluids. This allows for total displacement efficiency.[11] Gases used include CO2, natural gas or nitrogen. The fluid most commonly used for miscible displacement is carbon dioxide because it reduces the oil viscosity and is less expensive than liquefied petroleum gas.[11] Oil displacement by carbon dioxide injection relies on the phase behavior of the mixtures of that gas and the crude, which are strongly dependent on reservoir temperature, pressure and crude oil composition.

    Plasma-Pulse technology is the newest technique used in the USA as of 2013.[12] The technology originated in the Russian Federation at the St. Petersburg State Mining University with funding and assistance from the Skolkovo. The development team in Russia and deployment teams across Russia, Europe and now the USA have experienced this technology in vertical wells with nearly 90% of wells showing positive effects. The technology of plasma-pulse action is absolutely clean, safe, it does not harm the cement column and underground equipment. This oil well technology is protected by multiple international patents.

    Polymer flooding consists in mixing long chain polymer molecules with the injected water in order to increase the water viscosity. This method improves the vertical and areal sweep efficiency as a consequence of improving the water/oil Mobility ratio. In addition,the polymer reduces the contrasts in permeability by preferentially pluggi

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 24, 2014 11:38 PM Flag

    Not even I can understand what your are prattling on about now.

    But you do prove why Sand was a valuable member of the board and you clearly prove you are not.

    Sand had the interest to learn and the desire to talk points out.

    You just pose in the unchanging fashion of the Progressive Denisovan. ;)

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 24, 2014 11:35 PM Flag

    Quite the peculiar little torpid reality you have created for your self.

    While the Midway-Sunset field is a large contiguous area covering more than 30 square miles (80 km2), it comprises 22 identifiable and separately-named reservoirs in six geologic formations, ranging in age from the Pleistocene Tulare Formation (the most recent geologically, the closest the surface, and the first to be discovered), to the Temblor Formation, of Miocene age (the oldest, and one of the last to be discovered). Throughout the field, the Tulare is often the capping impermeable formation, underneath which oil collects, but in some areas it is a productive unit in its own right. Its average depth is 200 to 1,400 feet (60 to 430 m).

    Point one is there maybe yet another large productive pool. Plus once the stream flooding of the current pool is completed the shale most likely offers smaller productive shale pockets.

    So you are quite deluded. IN the 1990s steam might have been the final or tertiary recovery method. But it seems to me co2 sweeping after flooding is all the rage in the oil patch.

    Aping is not understanding. ;)

    Yea, Sand knows better than you do it. That is the reality in the shared reality of civilized rational people.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Jul 24, 2014 7:35 PM Flag

    Yea a 'trader' getting all sorts of very weird tax impacts from trading public partnerships. ;)

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    Good enough bounce for you Opie/Coochy?

    by lordofdoggtown Jul 23, 2014 2:21 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Jul 24, 2014 7:06 PM Flag

    Mad Who has no idea what you are attempting to express. Which mean caliban rrb should take a swing at it. ;)

    Maybe some more tertiary thinking!

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