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Member Since 05 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 09:31 PM

In Topic: Environmentalism is Costing Everyone

Yesterday, 09:34 PM

View PostThe Doctor, on 22 April 2014 - 09:25 PM, said:

My problem with this is that coal/gas are not sustainable long term options. We need to find newer, cleaner, renewable sources of energy. Water is the key factor here. Clean water is becoming a luxury.  Yeah, fracking is the big thing right now but it's been shown to contaminate the water table. The key stone pipeline is going to be ecologically devastating if its approved. It runs across key water supplies, and oil sands are far more toxic than the conventional crude oil.

The pipeline thing is supposed to create jobs.But there are plenty of jobs out there but nobody wants to get dirty.So who's gonna build the thing.This country is begging for welders but nobody wants to work like that.

Guess we can bring more Mexicans in to build it since that seems to be our labor force these days.

In Topic: Environmentalism is Costing Everyone

Yesterday, 09:11 PM

View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 22 April 2014 - 08:31 PM, said:

Remember this from back in the day...

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This is what I thought of when talking about throwing trash out the car windows.We made the Indian cry.

In Topic: Cuonzo Martin to Cal

Yesterday, 09:06 PM

Ok.That's enough.I'm fixin to puke here.

In Topic: Meet Donnie Tyndall, Vols New Basketball Head Coach

Yesterday, 08:28 PM

View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 22 April 2014 - 08:23 PM, said:

I actually think he's not that bad a hire; like I said earlier, at least he's got some NCAAT experience.

But it was confirmed that Hart put out feelers and expressed interest to a few brand-name coaches, but the interest wasn't mutual.

He then moved on to gauge interest from Marshall and Smart, and there was none.

Then he tried Michael White, who actually expressed a little interest and considered the job before ultimately declining.

And they finally landed Tyndall, who was around 6th or 7th on the list.

So I'm more than a little skeptical when I see folks claiming a home run hire, or that he's who UT wanted all along.

Who knows, he could be another Billy Donovan; except for that pesky NCAA infraction/violation business... Billy don't roll like that.

There's so much money out there for coaches that they can be selective these days.Why put yourself into tough situations when the money's good where you are.I can't blame them.

Except I wouldn't cry about a million dollar buyout...

In Topic: Environmentalism is Costing Everyone

Yesterday, 08:24 PM

If things had been allowed to go on like they were when I was a kid,I can't imagine how unlivable this country would be.