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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    We are here because we like to be, despite the limitations in the systems.

    No place is perfect. One should not tell other people what to do, by the way. They will do what they wish to do.

    All yall do is bytch like women. Grow some balls and act like men. Its annoying. Better yet, go back home!

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    Some people are less risk averse than others. We're all different. Just because someone is afraid of something doesn't mean we need to insult them. We all have our own fears just as we all have our own likes and dislikes. It's best to deal with the differences maturely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johne View Post
    About two years ago I attended an all day seminar at a LNG facility in Savannah Ga. I was totally impressed how the transport of compressed gas can change the standard of living in those countries that install the pipeline for distribution.

    With all that was going on with "Lindsay" a couple of weeks ago there was major news in the DR1 that went overlooked. A pipeline in the DR for LNG is a game changer for the country. This is big news and will have major implications on all sectors of life.
    From the news this is about supplying LNG to power plants previously using fuel oil.

    This is good for the economy, environment plus securing stable supplies to the power plants, but how did you come to the conclusion that the pipeline «will have major implications on all sectors of life.» ?

    Is the LNG gas pipeline about more than supplying LNG to power plants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexw View Post
    I dont understand why some of you are here. Everything from you is negative. This place is not that bad. Go back home to your countries already but you complained there too. To the OP, i think it would be a grand success.

    Well, I agree with you and I don't understand it either. Also, why does numb nuts need to retype everything like he wrote the content?? Strange because who has that much time on their hands?

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    So much hatred on this board, it really gets old after a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etolw View Post
    From the news this is about supplying LNG to power plants previously using fuel oil.

    This is good for the economy, environment plus securing stable supplies to the power plants, but how did you come to the conclusion that the pipeline «will have major implications on all sectors of life.» ?

    Is the LNG gas pipeline about more than supplying LNG to power plants?
    I came to that conclusion for the very reasons you posted ie economy, environment, plenty of this commodity available

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamborista View Post
    So much hatred on this board, it really gets old after a while.
    It’s being dealt with, five different posters have received infractions today, and it’s ongoing. Maybe they’ll understand those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post

    At least natural gas rises and is a bit safer than propane on that account.
    Just like the smoke you are blowing out of your

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    Quote Originally Posted by johne View Post
    Just like the smoke you are blowing out of your
    Cut the phucking $hit, enough already.
    Pretend it is the holiday season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamborista View Post
    Cut the phucking $hit, enough already.
    Pretend it is the holiday season.
    You're right. My apologies to the board.

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