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  • Mitch
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    You should be happy! you have your own chit chat forum along with custom Emojis

  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
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    Originally posted by Jeff/Illinois View Post
    . They are already saying that disposing of the batteries and such will create a huge pollution problem.
    I use to peddle batteries and people are making a bomb now off old batteries by harvesting the left over lead, stripping and then putting the case through a shredder and reselling the rubber/hard plastic. Any batteries today that go in a dump are from the owners who don't want the hassle.

    All pure environmental Bullshit!!!! IMO! Scare tactics is all it is...........People who want power use it, people that know no better believe them.

    Thanks Mitch, I know you were thinking of me...............:thumbsup

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  • Jeff/Illinois
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    You're right. I think the electric car thing is pie in the sky I don't see it working. The Law of Unintended Consequences for starters. They are already saying that disposing of the batteries and such will create a huge pollution problem.

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  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
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    Pure political...it always is. People should be more concerned about nuclear/hydrogen power and the present moment and what irresponsible idiot has it. Sure electric cars along the way down the road but certain things will always exist for different reasons, nostalgia for one until gas is non-existent......but then there is always moonshine to replace gasoline.:D

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  • Lots of talk against gasoline powered cars lately

    This from Hagerty. What the near future will bring, I dunno but worth thinking about. We shall see. Usually things don't quite work out that badly!

    https://www.hagerty.com/articles-vid...-electric-ones

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