The awesome VOLT

Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: homecomfort On: Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:55 pm

coalnewbie wrote:Oh you mean after all the billions spent on this liberalist nonsense, we have worked out that we can't really store electricity efficiently yet? GOSH. This is what happens when uneducated stupid people are allowed to dictate govt policy and our car tastes. Talented GM engineers work on what they are told to work on.

http://www.nyserda.ny.gov/About/Newsroo ... tions.aspx

I am sooo happy that as winter approaches and the vast majority of NYS needs to drive with the heater on until about May that more left wing lunies spent my tax bucks on this c rap. Oh you mean that when I am driving my Volt in the cold the engine must be on for the heater to work???? Err, that means I am doing 30MPG at best for most of the year. Then only to be rewarded by getting rotten snow/ice traction. Clueless. How did we allow these idiots to run the country? I guess we got lazy.

that is the pot calling the kettle black the cart calling the horse lazy.. believe it or not, smokeheads, there are technologies being advanced by really smart people, but they will be suppressed by the, lazy, minded people who cannot escape the 1900's, like anyone who supports republicans, the party that stifles forward thinking, in lieu of the old status quo, mainly to the benefit of energy companies, and big business. some of the largest recipients of corporate welfare..how does $4 gallon suit ya? it ain't gonna get cheaper again either.gov. may make big mistakes, both sides, but republicans are just greedy and deceitful, and most of you buy into the brain washing rhetoric being sold to you.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:46 pm

I could lay out how new technologies come to market in a capitalist system but I am too tired to type for a fixated marxist that will not listen anyway.

http://www.cbo.gov/publication/43576?ut ... campaign=0

Nicely reported....


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ---
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Dann757 On: Thu Sep 27, 2012 6:07 pm

coalnewbie wrote:I am too tired to type for a fixated marxist that will not listen anyway.


99% of us here are, too. Good, but scarey article from the horse's mouth. I'm needing to drive the old Ranger as much as possible in leiu of the GMC.
I could weld up a roof rack onto a Volt for my 36' ladder, but I think it might interfere with oncoming traffic during right hand turns :D
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Cap On: Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:49 pm

that is the pot calling the kettle black the cart calling the horse lazy.. believe it or not, smokeheads, there are technologies being advanced by really smart people, but they will be suppressed by the, lazy, minded people who cannot escape the 1900's, like anyone who supports republicans, the party that stifles forward thinking, in lieu of the old status quo, mainly to the benefit of energy companies, and big business. some of the largest recipients of corporate welfare..how does $4 gallon suit ya? it ain't gonna get cheaper again either.gov. may make big mistakes, both sides, but republicans are just greedy and deceitful, and most of you buy into the brain washing rhetoric being sold to you.


I am so sick of hearing the elite liberals tell me how stupid I am. Over & over, it killing me. Where's my gun?
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: wsherrick On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:50 am

Cap wrote:
that is the pot calling the kettle black the cart calling the horse lazy.. believe it or not, smokeheads, there are technologies being advanced by really smart people, but they will be suppressed by the, lazy, minded people who cannot escape the 1900's, like anyone who supports republicans, the party that stifles forward thinking, in lieu of the old status quo, mainly to the benefit of energy companies, and big business. some of the largest recipients of corporate welfare..how does $4 gallon suit ya? it ain't gonna get cheaper again either.gov. may make big mistakes, both sides, but republicans are just greedy and deceitful, and most of you buy into the brain washing rhetoric being sold to you.


I am so sick of hearing the elite liberals tell me how stupid I am. Over & over, it killing me. Where's my gun?


I've issued a challenge to this individual to show us some of this, "superior thinking." I asked if he could state a thesis point and prove with a standard 3 point argument, something that any 10th grader could do back in the bad old days. So far no response. I'm waiting to see some of this deep thinking so I can be impressed. Still waiting.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 10:51 am

coalnewbie wrote:Dear Dr. Chu,

Please find enclosed my idea for a new energy source. It is of course quite useless like the Volt but could employ many overpriced union workers. Rube Goldberg never filed a patent on this but Apple is thinking of doing so. I am a poor horse farmer with absolutely no engineering skills so based on the Solyndra loan I seem to be qualified. You don't need to bother with DD as I promise to give generously to the Obummer reelection scam.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXrRC3pfLnE

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA - I slay myself.



Coalnewbie, Have you been spying on us. That was our auto ignition we have been working on for our stoves. :D
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 12:14 pm

How the electric car will come to pass.

The horse and buggy industry was doing fine, new lighter wheels were being invented, buggies had better stability, horses were being bred that had more stamina and then came along the ICE. Of course, all the pundits were saying this fad would never last. Why ride in a car doing 4MPH when a galloping horse can do 35MPH and all it needed was hay and that gasoline stuff was very difficult to source. The early cars were just too expensive but the oil companies saw a market and Henry Ford saw an opportunity and that was all she wrote as they say.

Electric cars tried to usurp this new comer but for all the same reasons as is now evident - failed. The Stanley Steamer was a damned good car but tended to explode killing the occupants and was very expensive. Of course dangerous ICE cars never suffered by being dangerous to drive and the main problem has it just took WAY to long to get up a good head of steam and refills were an issue. That was the killer.

The electric car will one day win but we half wits know (we are not super intelligent liberal elites that know better) that the problem is we can't store electricity efficiently and despite well over 100 years of R&D that problem continues to bedevil us. Of course, one day we will solve that one and the electric car will win on it's merits and not because some Ph.D. half wit in the DOE and an even dumber President tries to force it on us. There is competition in many forms - compressed air car, water cars, LENR and God knows what else. Gas has gone from 5c to $4 and may go to $40 a gallon it will not matter.
When I can buy a $20,000 car (in todays dollar) that does 102MPG (latest Volt claim) that I can drive 200 miles and will fill up in seconds I will buy. It does not need $10,000 rebates and God knows what else to force the issue. Those liberal half wits have worked that out now but not before we have wasted a fortune.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 1:07 pm

Keep it comin' Coalnewbie. The libs won't listen, but it's good to know conservatives are speaking up. What is plain as day to us is impossible for them to see; or if they do see; they can never admit any wrong. Hence the deflection and denial.

I heard 8% of the O administration has any experience in business. The rest; liberal elites as you say. Steven Chu typical example. Surely a genius in some narrow corridor of academia; commons sense and guts and patriotism completely missing from that guy's organic gene pool. :D

I worked personally for a Harvard Economics Professor this summer. Sweet, gentle lady; with absolutely no common sense or real world experience. Obama fan of course. Same narrow corridor of extreme intelligence.

There's another Solyndra starting up on tax dollars. Similar name like Solo- something. Making expensive thin panel devices while the Chinese simultaneously corner the world market at a much lower price. If you look at a pic of the bankrupt Solyndra building, you will see no expense was spared on the outside. Hundreds of utitilitarian warehouses sit vacant and they build a top of the line facility. Why not? Free money no incentive to succeed.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 3:14 pm

I've issued a challenge to this individual to show us some of this, "superior thinking." I asked if he could state a thesis point and prove with a standard 3 point argument, something that any 10th grader could do back in the bad old days. So far no response. I'm waiting to see some of this deep thinking so I can be impressed. Still waiting.


It's called a Superiority Complex and shrinks learn about it but it is very hard to treat. We have two generations of these kids/adults littering the social scene as despite coming in nearly bottom of the class they were told they were honor students. The only cure is a lifetime of failure and then they teach their kids differently. Trouble is the current nanny govt perpetuates the issue ("I'm entitled you see").
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 3:31 pm

wsherrick wrote:I've issued a challenge to this individual to show us some of this, "superior thinking." I asked if he could state a thesis point and prove with a standard 3 point argument, something that any 10th grader could do back in the bad old days. So far no response. I'm waiting to see some of this deep thinking so I can be impressed. Still waiting.


I try to be fair myself, but some libs and especially trolls bring out the worst in me. They never get tired of hatred.


Barack Obavolt told us, "We're not democrats, we're not republicans, we're Americans!" Blah blah blah and then he does everything possible to divide us.

" The Cambridge police acted stupidly." - actually it was the uppity Henry Louis Gates that could have simply and calmly complied

" If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon." - don't make any attempt to placate the populace; just make it worse.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: SMITTY On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 3:35 pm

The Divider In Chief .... :roll: Or, "DIC" for short. :lol:
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:30 pm

HAHAHAHAA President Undermines Secure Society Yo :lol:
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:57 pm

Dann, now you are being unequivercally, uneqivocally,unequally, underwear, unsomethink else racist.


AHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA, I slay myself.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Sep 28, 2012 5:31 pm

I just bought an eco-Volt,
made out of Chinese bolts.
I get in and go
for a mile or so
to show I'm an eco-dolt!

I love the socialist goal!
To put out all of our coal!
Our kilowatt/hours
will come from wind towers,
at only a trillion a pole!


Forty grand for
no pain at the pump.
But Barry knows I'm a chump.
I guess I'll just shrug,
at pain at the plug,
when he puts all our coal in a dump.
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Re: The awesome VOLT

PostBy: titleist1 On: Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:59 am

The latest in the Volt's positive economic impact!! Want a job doing nothing, go to work at the US plant "making" batteries for the Volt.

http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/ ... 43143.html
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