Daryl Hannah and her ethanol-powered 'Kill Bill' car appear dow...

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Daryl Hannah converted her Trans Am to ethanol power. The car was given to her by director Quentin Tarantino after she drove it in the movie Kill Bill.
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Botox Barbie

United States

#22 Mar 24, 2010
Gee Daryl love your stance but why are you injecting your face with Botox while your doing it? Kind of the opposite ends of the spectrum I think, promoting environmental protection for the planet while you indulge in a cosmetic procedure for vanity reasons that injects the most toxic thing on the planet, botulinum toxin into your face for the sake of commercial beauty while you ride in your "Kill Bill" car promoting your message, kinda of sad to me. Reality check Daryl, I think the world would respect you and your message a lot more if you didn't play the plastic "Barbie Doll" role while promoting it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botulinum_toxin
Botox Barbie

United States

#23 Mar 24, 2010
Lost Ignorance

Santa Cruz, CA

#24 Mar 24, 2010
I was so thrilled to read about this event with these folks who know about the beauty of alcohol fuel! We need more folks like them to spread the word. I'm glad to say I lost my ignorance when I learned about the corporate lies put out by the oil and food companies to keep alcohol from being a viable fuel. I too once believed their propaganda about food vs. fuel. I'm glad to say I am not their patsy any more by repeating their unproven propaganda. Alcohol fuel was used by Henry Ford, his first car's ran on it. Brazil runs 80% of their vehicles on it and you would be surprised who else does. Read up on the fascinating history of alcohol and you'll see the beginnings of the dastardly deeds done by the oil companies and their gift of toxic waste called gas. Read up on how kelp can be used. Read up on how cat tails can be used. Read Alcohol Can Be A Gas!
Ethanoledge

Santa Cruz, CA

#25 Mar 24, 2010
It's unfortunate that so many people have been hoodwinked by the oilagarchy into believing that alcohol production detracts from our food supply when the opposite is actually true. Using poly-culture not only can we produce fuel for vehicles, airplanes, trains, for cooking and heating. In doing so we can also produce food in greater amounts than we currently do.
TaxPaynMeatEatn Republicn

Santa Cruz, CA

#26 Mar 24, 2010
Ethanoledge wrote:
It's unfortunate that so many people have been hoodwinked by the oilagarchy into believing that alcohol production detracts from our food supply when the opposite is actually true. Using poly-culture not only can we produce fuel for vehicles, airplanes, trains, for cooking and heating. In doing so we can also produce food in greater amounts than we currently do.
Maybe they are simply better read than you. Its a fact that it pushes up food prices. That drives deforestation. A much more sustainable solution would be nuclear power instead of the coal and propane and then use propane in automobiles. Of course that will simply make gas less expensive for everyone else in the world.
trout

Scotts Valley, CA

#27 Mar 24, 2010
npg wrote:
she's still pretty hot
Clan of the Cave Bear!!!
Virginia Guadalupe

Hayward, CA

#28 Mar 24, 2010
TaxPaynMeatEatn Republicn wrote:
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Maybe they are simply better read than you. Its a fact that it pushes up food prices. That drives deforestation. A much more sustainable solution would be nuclear power instead of the coal and propane and then use propane in automobiles. Of course that will simply make gas less expensive for everyone else in the world.
I agree!
Methanol production punishes people whose staple food is corn by driving up the price of their sustenance.
Dr Barf

Scotts Valley, CA

#29 Mar 24, 2010
Virginia Guadalupe wrote:
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I agree!
Methanol production punishes people whose staple food is corn by driving up the price of their sustenance.
Oh Mexicans eat corn. All rich Santa Cruzans know that it's really best used for fuel!
Sum Dim

United States

#30 Mar 24, 2010
Whoa. That's a lot of non-biodegradable plastic ol' Daryl Hannah is wearing in her face. I think I've changed my mind. I think I'd rather see the pure, unadulterated visages of Becks and Robert, farting in their chairs and swapping tall tales about Ranger Wallace and his tent tugging toughies tasering transient travelers in the tall redwoods. They may be old and ugly, but at least they don't try to cover that up in Botox and silica gel.

Way to be superior to at least someone, in at least one respect, HUFFsters!
Oh Geeez

Lafayette, CA

#31 Mar 24, 2010
Would you guys just stop with all your PC argumentative crap and have a little fun? Honestly, something new and better is just around the corner. I get so tired of the overly intellectual approach to everything around here.
Dr Barf

Scotts Valley, CA

#32 Mar 24, 2010
Sum Dim wrote:
Whoa. That's a lot of non-biodegradable plastic ol' Daryl Hannah is wearing in her face. I think I've changed my mind. I think I'd rather see the pure, unadulterated visages of Becks and Robert, farting in their chairs and swapping tall tales about Ranger Wallace and his tent tugging toughies tasering transient travelers in the tall redwoods. They may be old and ugly, but at least they don't try to cover that up in Botox and silica gel.
Way to be superior to at least someone, in at least one respect, HUFFsters!
I heard it's actually a dude.
AmericanOminvori an

Santa Cruz, CA

#33 Mar 25, 2010
We are part of a world culture that needs energy to live. Whether it be simple or extravagant - energy is needed. How do we get energy that does not continue to toxify the earth? Alcohol fuel can do this NOW in ways nuclear, coal and toxic gasoline cannot. We are now and for our future at a critical junction for alternatives - we need to find ways that work. It seems all of our interests would be better served if we realistically looked at our energy concerns rather than focusing on side issues not germane to this matter.
just sayin

Scotts Valley, CA

#34 Mar 25, 2010
AmericanOminvorian wrote:
We are part of a world culture that needs energy to live..
There is no world culture. There is only anti-white taxes on tanning salons and neo-hitlerian facism and also, cookies. Lots of cookies.
TaxPaynMeatEatn Republicn

Santa Cruz, CA

#35 Mar 25, 2010
AmericanOminvorian wrote:
We are part of a world culture that needs energy to live. Whether it be simple or extravagant - energy is needed. How do we get energy that does not continue to toxify the earth? Alcohol fuel can do this NOW in ways nuclear, coal and toxic gasoline cannot. We are now and for our future at a critical junction for alternatives - we need to find ways that work. It seems all of our interests would be better served if we realistically looked at our energy concerns rather than focusing on side issues not germane to this matter.
unfortunately the worlds electricity consumption is measured in millions of gigawatt hours. oil consumption in millions of cubic meters/day, natural gas in thousands of cubic kilometers, coal in billions of tons. These are going up - especially in china and india. Ethanol has very little impact, except for being a direct cause of deforestation. These energy consumption numbers are very big and most people simply dont realize how big the problem is and how most proposals are simply little toy solutions - that won't change a thing... that doesn't keep them from feeling good about it.

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