It's not about the CH4 fart power

As much as I like getting email, reading the following messages was not an effective use of my time:

why oh why would you want to do this to your self. you are in need of serious therapy

do you have any other photos of girls taking risk like the one pictured. that is a beautiful photo and a wonderful risk.

i would like you send me photos of the penis cutted off
i need to see the menmber for a study
i need pictures but only the member( the penis) not testicles
only the penis out of the male
thank you

I'm not into porn, but I love Janine L.!
I think her tattoos make her more beautiful.
I have a few tattoos and piercings myself and I just wanted to say, I am willing to buy her vidoes now, just to support her.

pregnancy is normal and natural unlike tattooing or other faggot inspired mutilation

Yesterday I mentioned power generation using homemade windmills and hand-wound alternators. So I think we can generate electricity without too much stress if the central infrastructure decays… but what about our vehicles and so on? Other than the two wheeled obvious, how would we get around?

During WWII (and other times of economic and organizational crisis), oil supply infrastructures were hugely restricted and civilian use was curtailed drastically due to military needs. That wasn't too big a deal for oil giants like the United States, but places like Germany and Australia had to figure out other ways to power their internal combustion engines — enter gasification:

Compost-powered Tracor

In simple terms you put organic fuel (wood, old paper and cardboard, charcoal, coal, old tires, food compost — almost anything) into a sealed contained and “cook it” using external heat to kickstart the process. The gas produced is then fed via a resevoir into an engine just like petrol vapor is normally and the rest of the system works as you would expect it to. However, this gas burns far cleaner than gasoline (it's basically a low-tech hydrogen conversion), and it's basically free. A few pieces of wood (about as much as a single fencepost for example) gives you about 250 km of driving.

Anyway, don't assume that just because a piece of technology can be “home made” or is otherwise low-tech that it's not the best or right way to do something. A good flint (stone) blade is still sharper than the scalpels at BMEshop and your local hospital. Small farms (two to four acres in size) being farmed by hand by one or two people produce more food per acre than a farm using large scale mechanized production. The only difference is that the small farm needs more human workers per acre, which is great if every little farmer owns their own farm, but doesn't fit so well into a mega-farm's low-margin high-volume worldview (sustained by huge machines that don't really farm very well and only become cost-effective when you start ripping apart thousands of acres of fields at a time).

I guess the question is what's more desireable… wealth for all, or excessive wealth for a few?

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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