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Date:         Fri, 10 Mar 2006 16:15:54 -0700
Reply-To:     don spence <dkspence@TELUS.NET>
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From:         don spence <dkspence@TELUS.NET>
Subject:      Re: Diesel Subaru Conversions
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Never mind the gaseous emissions. If NYC still ran on Horse power, you'd have been tying "old snort" to the top of the empire state building before 1950.

On 10-Mar-06, at 3:42 PM, Automatic digest processor wrote:

> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 13:42:47 -0800 > From: Robert Keezer <warmerwagen@YAHOO.COM> > Subject: Re: Diesel Subaru Conversions > > It's funny this Friday how engine conversion > threads always tend to deteriorate into political > arguments, usually a left viewpoint. > > The marvel is long lost on the world how a horse > carriage can run on it's own power without a > horse or donkey pulling it. > > If there had been emissions testing in the days > of the horse buggies the testing categories would > be: > > BO (body odor) > BO2 (sweat) > Ma (manure) > (Pe)(Number one) > and > Fa (flatulence). > > Talk about your greenhouse gasses! > > If we were to go back to the days of the horse > and buggy, the modern enviromentalist would a > pooper scooper. > > Robert > > 1982 Westfalia

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