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“Of Course I Can”

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#204 Oct 9, 2012
jerseysure wrote:
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There you go... Angry because you did not see that simple correlation.
How does pointing out your childishness equate to me being angry? Are you projecting again?
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>So sorry for you. What are we talking about next?.... Here is a good link: It was
released April 10, 2008 About humongous oil reserves here in the USA...
LOL. Here we go. First of all, just a warning. I make my living working for an oil exploration company. Have been doing that since 1979. So while living through one of the greatest increases in this industry I have experienced, I will give you an opportunity to change the subject.
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>Why has 4 years passed without the WONDERFUL Liberals making sure we started using these reserves. Would be lowering oil prices for all in the USA. Could it be that the don't care?
Go ahead Sundog512, I know you can read it.
http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp...
Simple conclusion. If the Democrats don't care I HAVE TO try something different.
Unfortunately, you and your ilk don't realize that oil is not a national treasure but rather a commodity. Now, if the president were the socialist you idiots claim he is, he would simply nationalize the oil industry and we would be using our reserves. But he's not, so we buy and sell oil on the world stage because, quite simply, we can make more money off of it that way--and by "we," I mean oil companies.

Secondly, while it would be nice to tap into these reserves you refer to, there are technical challenges. Great technical challenges in the form of depths and rock formations at given depths. In short, it ain't going to be easy to get to and quite frankly at today's oil prices, it is not economic ot drill for it.

Allow me to make a suggestion. Stick with 3rd grade math problems you can find on google and leave the real issues to those of us equipped to deal with them.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#205 Oct 9, 2012
By the way, there is currently a lot of drilling going on in the Williston basin. There are also a lot of good jobs available there for people willing to work the rigs.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/22/your-money/...

Secondly, this magical amount of oil you speak of is going to be very costly to get to. We will, but not until you are paying about 9 bucks a gallon for gas.

http://www.nosmokeblown.com/...

But you go ahead and blame it on liberals. After all, you've been programmed to do just that.
Christian Democrat

Saint Albans, WV

#206 Oct 9, 2012
To Obama Momma wrote:
<quoted text> You said you didn't. I know, it's that brain thing, right? I swear, not sure why, but I really do like you. I enjoy the banter with you because you don't get TOO nasty... lol My son gave me a "test" to find out which "party" I actually relate to more. I always thought (and registered Democrat), but for the past couple years I have been so discouraged at our government and all the waste. I know I love to help people, don't mind paying my share of taxes, but I get so darn mad when I see all around me, people who are as able-bodied as I am, getting checks, foodstamp cards, paid utilities/housing, cell phones, WIC, and anything else there is free, AND their medical fees are FREE. Heck, they pump out baby after baby when they can't feed the ones they already have, the grandparents are raising them and if the kid sneezes it's a trip (sometimes in an ambulance) to the emergency room. That is the kind of waste I get so infuriated about. When I bring it up, someone invariably tells me that I am not very Christian-like! I don't get it... Anyways, back to the "test". Results say I am a very weak Republican. No one wants me. LOL Anyways, sorry if I have offended you on here. I mean that. I think I am going to have to force myself to take a break from all the retarded politics on here. I don't care for the "off-color" remarks and I really am not a mean person. If I were, would that make me a strong Democrat or a strong Republican? hmmm
I know I said I didn't get it. I was being sacastic because you guys were saying I was dumb. I can tell you not to get mad about those folks you see as moochers, but I guess I can't tell you how to feel. But, Republicans have such a one-side view of public assitance--that everyone is a lazy bum on it--that no wonder you are all mad about it all the time. All I can advise is to think about those who have been helped by it. Even if it's a lower percentage than you'd like it to be. I can tell you from experience that it's a thrilling thing, at least to me, to see someone truly in need or truly hurting to have that need or hurt met. And, another way to think about those people is to not see them getting free things and be envious of them. I wouldn't want to trade lives with them. I agree with you about taking a break from this. It's pretty draining. I've only been on here a couple of weeks and I'm worn out. But, I'm kind of addicted to it. From a selfish viewpoint, I wish I didn't care about these things. I'll be glad when the election's over, so I can quit. And, if you are mean, you'll have to go to the Republicans. We Dems are wimps.
Christian Democrat

Saint Albans, WV

#207 Oct 9, 2012
To Obama Momma wrote:
<quoted text> Hey, I just had a huge revelation about Christian Democrat. I don't think he's a true democrat at all. And, actually, I think if you go back and look, he/she really wants to discuss, not cuss (I feel that way, too). I believe we need to be a little kinder to those who aren't being mean, whether or not they are Republican. Seriously, we can talk and not be so beligerant, can't we? Makes me feel better... Just my two-cents, of course.
It'd be a lot easier for me to go along with that if you guys weren't so dumb(ha ha, just joking....sort of).

Since: Aug 12

Barnegat, NJ

#208 Oct 9, 2012
Sundog512 wrote:
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LOL. Here we go. First of all, just a warning. I make my living working for an oil exploration company. Have been doing that since 1979. So while living through one of the greatest increases in this industry I have experienced, I will give you an opportunity to change the subject.
<quoted text>
Unfortunately, you and your ilk don't realize that oil is not a national treasure but rather a commodity. Now, if the president were the socialist you idiots claim he is, he would simply nationalize the oil industry and we would be using our reserves. But he's not, so we buy and sell oil on the world stage because, quite simply, we can make more money off of it that way--and by "we," I mean oil companies.
Secondly, while it would be nice to tap into these reserves you refer to, there are technical challenges. Great technical challenges in the form of depths and rock formations at given depths. In short, it ain't going to be easy to get to and quite frankly at today's oil prices, it is not economic ot drill for it.
Allow me to make a suggestion. Stick with 3rd grade math problems you can find on google and leave the real issues to those of us equipped to deal with them.
Well wow... I finally found a topic that is near and dear to you. Let me see. We now know you work for a living. Good that is a start. If the government lowered taxes for the oil companies that drilled here in the USA would it make it feasible to extract the oil here in the USA and still make a profit?

You know it does help to have a diverse set of brains working on the topic even if one only understands third grade math. I can tell it bothered you to see such a simple solution to doing multiplication in you head. Quick what is 26 times 26 it is 676 you see 25x25 is 625 so just add 25 and 26 This must really bug you. That was never taught in school. I saw that correlation when looking at a 10 x 10 square on graph paper. But knowing your type, must bother the crap out of you to see someone else has a brain.

Getting back to the area of your expertise. So you are telling me drilling in the Gulf 5 miles down is easier that drilling out in the Dakota area on land. Just asking maybe my feeble brain can help the big bad oil company you work for. The deep water drilling goes down 35,055 ft. not sure it that is in addition to 4,000ft depth or includes it. Sounds to me you have to ask some of the Engineers you work with. I'll wait for your answer. Should be easy for you to spend that time on a business question, since you do spend so much time here.
To Obama Momma

Charleston, WV

#209 Oct 9, 2012
Christian Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>I know I said I didn't get it. I was being sacastic because you guys were saying I was dumb. I can tell you not to get mad about those folks you see as moochers, but I guess I can't tell you how to feel. But, Republicans have such a one-side view of public assitance--that everyone is a lazy bum on it--that no wonder you are all mad about it all the time. All I can advise is to think about those who have been helped by it. Even if it's a lower percentage than you'd like it to be. I can tell you from experience that it's a thrilling thing, at least to me, to see someone truly in need or truly hurting to have that need or hurt met. And, another way to think about those people is to not see them getting free things and be envious of them. I wouldn't want to trade lives with them. I agree with you about taking a break from this. It's pretty draining. I've only been on here a couple of weeks and I'm worn out. But, I'm kind of addicted to it. From a selfish viewpoint, I wish I didn't care about these things. I'll be glad when the election's over, so I can quit. And, if you are mean, you'll have to go to the Republicans. We Dems are wimps.
Ok, now let me tell you a little bit more about me and my husband. We are ok financially. Better than a lot of folks, not as great as others. However, we are very giving people. What makes us happy is what we can do for others in need or who are struggling with whatever... We have done a lot of things for a lot of people, but done a lot of it anonymously. Yes, I know that good feeling it gives to see a smile on someones face because I have done something to cause them to have less stress financially or otherwise. I can't say, however, that any of it was because of my Democratic views, or my Republican views (Yes, I guess I am both). It is just our belief in helping others. I can honestly say that I would not feel nearly so good about "giving" if I discovered the recipient took my gift and sold it for drugs, alcohol or anything that would not be helpful to them. I am that person who sees it as black and white. No, I am not envious of them and would never trade lives with them either. But, as long as I am able to do for myself, I don't have that to worry about. I'm with you on getting the election behind us. I wish it could be tomorrow. But, not sure if that will give me time to influence you... LOL
Christian Democrat

Saint Albans, WV

#210 Oct 9, 2012
To Obama Momma wrote:
<quoted text> Ok, now let me tell you a little bit more about me and my husband. We are ok financially. Better than a lot of folks, not as great as others. However, we are very giving people. What makes us happy is what we can do for others in need or who are struggling with whatever... We have done a lot of things for a lot of people, but done a lot of it anonymously. Yes, I know that good feeling it gives to see a smile on someones face because I have done something to cause them to have less stress financially or otherwise. I can't say, however, that any of it was because of my Democratic views, or my Republican views (Yes, I guess I am both). It is just our belief in helping others. I can honestly say that I would not feel nearly so good about "giving" if I discovered the recipient took my gift and sold it for drugs, alcohol or anything that would not be helpful to them. I am that person who sees it as black and white. No, I am not envious of them and would never trade lives with them either. But, as long as I am able to do for myself, I don't have that to worry about. I'm with you on getting the election behind us. I wish it could be tomorrow. But, not sure if that will give me time to influence you... LOL
I commend you for giving to others, especially the needy and I agree that if/when I find out that something I have given has been misused, I am disappointed. But, again, nothing is perfect in the world--especially people. I have let people down many times, especially by not meeting their expectations. Try to look at the good in situations that didn't work out exactly like you hoped. Try to think of the children of those people who you think are lazy, won't work and undeserving. The children are the innocent ones. They didn't ask to be born to such parents. You cut off their funding and their children suffer. So there is a positive thing even when those parents are totally undeserving of help. At least some of that money will go to their children. In my Christian faith we are taught that giving is for the people that are being helped, but it is also for us and for our benefit. Maybe google that and see if you can find things that will give you a better feeling about your giving regardless of what happens to the money. God doesn't ask us to be successful, just to be obedient to Him. I think Republicans think that we Dems don't care at all when people cheat and things like welfare are abused and that's just not true. I have gotten very frustrated with people I have helped or even people who I perceived to be abusing things and not taking responsibility. I have even done things about these situations, both when I ran a non profit that worked with low income people and on my own. But, if you let that consume you, it will do just that. Be aware of the abuses and do what you can about them, but dwell on the positive outcomes of every situation.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#211 Oct 9, 2012
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>
Well wow... I finally found a topic that is near and dear to you. Let me see. We now know you work for a living. Good that is a start. If the government lowered taxes for the oil companies that drilled here in the USA would it make it feasible to extract the oil here in the USA and still make a profit?
No, it would not because extracting the oil from that type of rock would still be a huge technical challenge. By the way, the government is more than generous to this industry in the form of both subsidies and tax breaks. That sort of unfairness (which Republicans blame on Obama) is precisely why coal can't compete with natural gas.
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>You know it does help to have a diverse set of brains working on the topic even if one only understands third grade math. I can tell it bothered you to see such a simple solution to doing multiplication in you head. Quick what is 26 times 26 it is 676 you see 25x25 is 625 so just add 25 and 26 This must really bug you. That was never taught in school. I saw that correlation when looking at a 10 x 10 square on graph paper. But knowing your type, must bother the crap out of you to see someone else has a brain.
Ummm...math doesn't scare me. I'm an engineer, remember?
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>Getting back to the area of your expertise. So you are telling me drilling in the Gulf 5 miles down is easier that drilling out in the Dakota area on land.
Yes, because in the gulf the oil lies in huge pools beneath the ground. In the Williston basin, the oil you speak of in intersperesed within a rock formation--some of it permeable and some of it not.
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>Just asking maybe my feeble brain can help the big bad oil company you work for.
You have a very high opinion of yourself. Sadly, it is very much misplaced.
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text>The deep water drilling goes down 35,055 ft. not sure it that is in addition to 4,000ft depth or includes it. Sounds to me you have to ask some of the Engineers you work with. I'll wait for your answer.
I am one of the engineers I work with.
jerseysure wrote:
<quoted text> Should be easy for you to spend that time on a business question, since you do spend so much time here.
Apparently, I spend no more time than you do since you are responding to my every post with a few thrown in in between.

Since: Aug 12

Barnegat, NJ

#212 Oct 9, 2012
Sundog512 wrote:
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Apparently, I spend no more time than you do since you are responding to my every post with a few thrown in in between.
You are correct... It ends here...

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#213 Oct 9, 2012
jerseysure wrote:
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You are correct... It ends here...
You said that before and didn't do it. I have no reason to believe that you will now.
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Alan

San Angelo, TX

#215 Oct 10, 2012
Sad but true.
ron reagan

Charleston, WV

#216 Oct 10, 2012
Bill wrote:
I would love to get gay with Earl and Mitt's silverfox sideburns make my butt hole wet!!
that is funny.
yeah

San Angelo, TX

#217 Oct 11, 2012
Round 1 goes to Romney.
Christian Democrat

Saint Albans, WV

#218 Oct 11, 2012
yeah wrote:
Round 1 goes to Romney.
Boy, you're right on the ball, aren't you.

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