OT - Gas to hit 4.00

James Clawson jclawsonx at mac.com
Wed Aug 31 17:00:01 MDT 2005

I concur.  My grandparents are incredibly self reliant - they have a  
great talent for growing food and maintaining their homes, vehicles,  
etc.  They live in Beaumont Texas and have been flooded out of their  
home several times, have had their home damaged by a tornado, and  
have had to survive terrible financial loss due to these issues and  
also to health problems.  Yet, they have always been able to take  
care of themselves.  They make or grow most of what they need to  
survive, and what they do have to buy, they make last for many years.

I remember when gas was rationed in the 1970s and my parents modified  
their car to run on a blend of gasoline and ethanol.  We were able to  
survive that situation.  As I filled my car up at $2.74 yesterday  
afternoon, I wondered how hard it would be to make the same  
modification to my vehicle....

On Aug 31, 2005, at 2:46 PM, Grant Shipley wrote:

> The problem is that we are to reliant on oil.  If we were unable to
> get gas/oil - our society would collapse.  This is a problem that
> needs to be address in one way or another.
> If trucking companies could not get gas, we would all die from
> starvation because wal-mart would not have groceries..  We are not our
> grandparents that knew how to farm the land.  Most people could not
> get corn to grow EVEN if they had seeds to plant.  And if they could
> get corn to grow on the .10 acres they own, they would not know how to
> store it.
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