California air regulations affect rockets and cows

maybe somebody should invent a cow fart catcher? ya know, to catch the cow methane and then we could get some illegal aliens to "harvest" the cow fart catchers..and replace them with new ones... I didn't even know kalifornia had any cows.....poor cows...can you say MOOOOOOOOOOO?
shockie B)
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shockwaveriderz
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well I wish he would "piss off" more people by:
1. closing the border and declaring a state of emergency like AZ and NM have done
2. Removing the "sanctuary" city statutes from both LA and San Fran...
LA and SF are the Sodom and gonorrhea of our times....
where the heck is that GIANT earthquake when you need it most....
as George carling said: that's entertainment folks......
shockie B)
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shockwaveriderz
You didn't know that Ca. had any cows? Chino Ca. has like the largest concentrated dairy cow population in the USA, despite a reduction of the numbers of dairy farms over the years and urban sprawl.
But anyway, I think a system of hoses and accumulator pumps, would be a better way to go, like modern day milking machines. In fact, You could extract the methane while you were milking the cows and kill two birds with one stone.
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Dave Grayvis
but you would still need "portable" methane gas collectors when they are out grazing....I'm sure they don't stop farting then....
back in '66 the subdivision I lived in backed up to a dairy farm.... when the MOOO's would come and hand out near our back yard, you would sometimes get a whiff of MOO Gas.....
shockie B)
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shockwaveriderz
Ya right, he goes to NYC to raise megabucks for pushing his chickensh*t bills onto a special election which uses up taxpayer moneys that could have been used to support some of the things he's so fast to try and kill off.
There are at lest 2 small countys which are NOT going to have the election at all, because they are small and can not afford the $3 million it'd cost them. As I said HE should be made to pay for the whole operation and then when his bills get shot down, maybe he'd learn a lesson. But I don't think so, he's nothing but another raygun ronnie but without the raygun. At lest there's one good thing, he'll never make it to the whitehouse like ronnie did.
And with what the US Surprem count say, that groverment workers can raise all the soft money they want to for funds to fight against his bills, he's in for a long hard ( and losing ) fight. Already his apirovel rating has gone down to almost the same sad level as bush's level. Two losers in the same sinking boat and the Indian tribes are giving him a hand too, by making the hole in the boat even bigger.
I'm not alone in thinking that he should have stayed in hollywood.
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Starlord
I don't live down in L.A., I'm out in the High Mojave Desert in Kern county where I can fly my rockets and do other things without having to worry about all the L.A.County/City rules.
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Starlord
But it's Fed lands and state rules do not apply. Hell, I can look out my front door and on a good sunny day see the engine test stand hills east of me. The big hybred engine tester there last month didn't make enough smoke to even know it was going on, we could just hear it's sound a bit.
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Starlord
You say that as if implying his current popularity and performance would prevent such a thing. His popularity and performance have no say in the matter. He could turn out to be the finest governor the state ever has; but the U.S. Constitution prevents his being elected President. It is not your disdain and hatred (and name-calling...so much for the Liberal mantra of celebrating "diversity"...) which will keep him out of the White House.
Hmmmmm...."Reece Talley" eloquently expresses his opinion, while demonstrating proper grammar, and spelling. "Starlord", exercising the same wonderful right of "free speech" (try that in most Leftist nations); shows a complete *lack* of respect for the using of proper grammar and spelling. Could these traits and qualities be related to each gentleman's political leanings? I am willing to say "yes".
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Greg Heilers
Well BFD, I put my cards on the table face up and if you don't care for than BFD. His ratings have gone downhill. For awhile there was a bunch in DC who wanted to do away with that part that would keep him out of the white house, but that little deal was killed off.
He's been very good at getting teachers, cops, firemen, and others lining up against him and his bills. He may very well become a one term wonder.
I still say that HE should be made to pay for the whole Oct. operation, after all, he's got lots of deep pocket supporters in NYC and DC. They could help him pay the $5 billion it'll cost the State.
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Starlord
We could just use the illegals to catch the cow farts, somewhat like a catalytic converter. Just insert the "intake" end of an illegal alien into the "output" end of the cow, and when he's full replace him with another one. There seems to be an endless supply. ;)
BTW, I read in the paper recently how the Mexican politicians are complaining about our attempts to keep illegals out of the country, which they claim shows a lack of respect for Mexico. Hey, why should anyone respect a country that actually _encourages_ millions of its citizens to illegally invade another country? Not to mention the rampant corruption.
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raydunakin
We are Mexico's "safety valve", if you will, that keeps it from exploding into revolution. If they could not come here, me thinks they would clean house and start over. ....and prolly end up in even worse shape than thay are now.....
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lightnpyro
Plus a little harsh "reality check" here. Without such people, what would happen to the housing and construction industry? Don't scream the old tired argument that they are taking away jobs from Americans... At least here in Central and South Texas....with regards to construction (housing, building, highway, etc....), and lawn-care....even the "bosses" at the sites, are "recent residents".
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Greg Heilers
So they obviously ARE taking jobs from Americans. If the illegals weren't filling those jobs, someone else certainly would. You're not talking about picking cabbages -- unlike farm labor, construction is not something people generally spurn. If the contractors there are hiring illegals, it's because the bastards are too cheap to pay a decent wage.
In any case, there is never ANY excuse for leaving our borders open and letting anyone, from anywhere, avoid scrutiny. Secure borders are ALWAYS necessary to the safety of our nation and the preservation of our freedom -- and even moreso when we are at war with terrorists desperately seeking ways to strike at us.
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raydunakin
Well, yes and no. Technically, federal land is not a part of any state. State laws, from sales tax to restrictions on rockets do not apply on federal land.
IIRC Indian land is similarly blessed.
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Bob Kaplow
In a way it's a GOOD thing. Now if we could just get the rest of the socialist nuts, flakes, and kooks in this country to ALL move to the PRK, and out of the rest of the country.
Then wait for the big one when it sinks into the ocean.
I once heard that California has more lawyers per capita than any other state, while New Jersey had more toxic waste dumps per capits than any other state.
NJ got first choice!
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Bob Kaplow
ANd just like there was a movement to repeal the 2 term limit when Reagan was Prez, there is a movement to repeal the native born requirement so the Guvenator could become the Prez. (and Maria first lady)
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Bob Kaplow
Maybe a simpler solution is to just annex Mexico as the 51st state. Or give California, Texas, et al back to Mexico.
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Bob Kaplow

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