Re: [7x10minilathe] Factoryy Spray Cans will NOT explode (was WD-40 Was Re: HSS cutting today)
- Beg to point out a small omission in your otherwise excellent post, to wit: The major cause of inflation is the gov't printing more money than it takes in. At the 2-3% "under control" inflation rate Mr. Greenspan boasts aboout, the twenty-five dollar Big Mac is on the way. Right along with the forty dollar gallon of gas. Mert----- Original Message -----From: JS. EARLYSent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 11:19 PMSubject: Re: [7x10minilathe] Factoryy Spray Cans will NOT explode (was WD-40 Was Re: HSS cutting today)Tom
You do have to be careful around open flames. Enough has happened around you
lately so that you are very near spontaneous combustion. I do have to admit
that you hit many horses asses nails squarely on their pointy heads. You did
miss the combined set of frauds that the enviormentelests have laid on the
American public for the past 40 years and people still believe them.
1. Catalytic converters and Diesel engines. These two items are responsible
for most of the problems we have in the environment today.
a. Second hand smoke syndrome
b. Acid rain
c. The vanishing of small frog species around the world
d. Global warming and the death of many forests. Look along the highways
where dead trees are being ripped up daily.
This is caused by sulfur dioxide poisoning. The fraud was in going to a
emission control system that emulates the diesel exhaust. Before catalytic
the largest source for sulfur dioxide was the diesel engine. Trees absorb
the sulfur dioxide in place of carbon dioxide and it chokes them to death. A
tree needs carbon dioxide to make oxygen. When it gets sulfur dioxide it
dies. Smoking and second hand smoke do not cause lung cancer unless the
lungs have been weakened and damaged by sulfur dioxide. By the way sulfur
dioxide was the main active ingredient in mustard gas that the Germans used
in WW1. Acid rain was almost unknown prior to the mid 50s when the emphases
was moved from steam locomotives to diesel locomotives and trucks. Also they
tore up the electric streetcars and replaced them with diesel buses. Now the
environmental protectors are trying to save us from their own super goofup.
They are going to reduce the suppler content in gasoline and diesel fuel to
cut down the sulfur dioxide output. That is like locking the barn door after
the horses are gone and a tornado moved the barn two counties over and
smashed it down on top of a mountain in pieces.
2. Inflation causes are in order of cause
a. Interest rates are the main cause of inflation no matter what anybody
says. 80% cause
b. Wage increases with out productivity increases. 10% cause
c. Greedy CEOs who want more for themselves. 10% cause
I know that that aint what they say on the news, but think about it for a
while. Most of us on this group saw some of the 40s and most of what has
happened since. And how many times have our leaders lied to us with a
straight face, while laughing about the stupid voters inside. Remember: "I
did not have sex with that woman"??
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Ayers <ayerstg@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 9:07 AM
Subject: [7x10minilathe] Factoryy Spray Cans will NOT explode (was WD-40 Was
Re: HSS cutting today)
- At least I understand Greenburg's position. He wants to make money and banks
need an orderly market to do it. I ember the 70's when they didn't do the
inflation and the medicine in the 80's nearly ruined us all. I would like to
see .05 to
.25 inflation but they can't adjust it that close. Besides the government
likes a little
inflation it raises our taxes a little every year.
Gordon Couger gcouger@...
Stillwater, OK www.couger.com/gcouger
405 624-2855 GMT -6:00
From: "Mert Baker" <MertBaker@...>
Beg to point out a small omission in your otherwise excellent post, to wit:
The major cause of inflation is the gov't printing more money than it takes
in. At the 2-3% "under control" inflation rate Mr. Greenspan boasts aboout,
the twenty-five dollar Big Mac is on the way. Right along with the forty
dollar gallon of gas. Mert