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  • Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

    Interesting graph we were shown in government today while studying the executive:



    Now of course gas prices arent everything, especially since gas prices may be a result of the war, and his high popularity right after 9/11 was because of his determination and all that jazz. However, it is pretty interesting how for the most part the concavities of the graphs are inverses.

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    Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

    Peculiar, but irrelevant when you get all of your energy from h2o and consider bush a terrorist.

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      Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

      Not irrelevant when all the products you buy require gas to be transported from wherever they're made to you, their components require gas to get from where they're made to the assembly plant, etc, etc... You still pay.
      "No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country.
      He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country."

      - Attributed to General George Patton, Jr.

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        Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

        A graph of bush's credibility over time.
        |TG|Switch

        Better known as:
        That noob who crashed the chopper.
        That noob who ran over the mine.
        That noob who TK'd me with a sniper rifle.
        That noob who hit that APC at 300m with light AT! Our APC...

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          Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

          Switch, that graph is wholly inaccurate: the penguin isn't on fire.

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            Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

            Originally posted by Evo<^|SiNz|^> View Post
            Not irrelevant when all the products you buy require gas to be transported from wherever they're made to you, their components require gas to get from where they're made to the assembly plant, etc, etc... You still pay.
            No, its still irrelevant. I can make any product I buy on my own given the right solvent.

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              Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

              Including every single component on the motherboard you're using to post here? Every component and element in the chips, the hardware? You can make microchips? Wow.
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                Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

                Originally posted by Doktor Goku View Post
                You can make microchips? Wow.
                One can make anything with the proper application of force.

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                  LMAO! That seriously made me laugh out loud, I loved it! :D
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                    Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

                    Originally posted by mentholated View Post
                    Peculiar, but irrelevant when you get all of your energy from h2o and consider bush a terrorist.
                    So are you like, 12?

                    You cant escape oil.

                    Do you drink bottled water, by any chance?
                    Skud


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                      I imagine this thread has fallen to far into sarcasm to care anymore...but should I mention H2O isnt actually an energy source? You're probably referring to some other energy source that uses water for some other purpose (I dunno, maybe a good old fashioned water wheel?), but the water itself doesn't store any appreciable amount of energy.

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                        Originally posted by Kerostasis View Post
                        I imagine this thread has fallen to far into sarcasm to care anymore...but should I mention H2O isnt actually an energy source? You're probably referring to some other energy source that uses water for some other purpose (I dunno, maybe a good old fashioned water wheel?), but the water itself doesn't store any appreciable amount of energy.
                        Water can store potential energy ;)
                        ~~ Veritas simplex oratio est ~~
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                          Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

                          Originally posted by TheSkudDestroyer View Post
                          So are you like, 12?

                          You cant escape oil.

                          Do you drink bottled water, by any chance?

                          No, I'm 17.. and I prefer to avoid flouridated water, so yes.


                          And yes, you can escape oil. But first you have to take this red pill I have here.

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                            Re: Bush Approval Ratings vs Gas Prices

                            You can totally escape oil. Our American government won't make it easier for us to do so, but they'll certainly host a neat event showing what we are missing.

                            http://www.solardecathlon.org/

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                              I want to use as much oil as possible, while I still can!
                              A policy of freedom for the individual is the only truly progressive policy. -F.A. Hayek

                              "$250,000 a year won't get me to Central Park West."

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