quote:You couldn't be any "righter"!!! By Mola
Originally posted by MolaKule: Why is grass green? Why is the German government socialist? WHy is Gerhard Shroeder such a p...k?
quote:God bless George W. Bush! He isn't perfect (Someone should teach him how to say "Nuclear", and who the **** chokes on a pretzel and falls on his face???), but he's got some nuTz! [ June 17, 2003, 10:52 PM: Message edited by: Last_Z ]
And while the German goverment is a federated republic on paper, it's representatives are, for the most part, socialists and members of the Green Party, very similar to our previous administration here in the US.
quote:um right so explain why schaeffer's is green too
Originally posted by MolaKule: Just joking around guys. No I don't know why its really green, but with the organic solvent dyes, you can color anything, even lubricating oils and greases. Oil products are given coloration to represent a specific product coding, to represent a company logo (as in Redline's oils), or to represent a concept. And while the German goverment is a federated republic on paper, it's representatives are, for the most part, socialists and members of the Green Party, very similar to our previous administration here in the US.
quote:Lighten up.....a lil humor never killed anyone; besides, we need a break from this oil thing.
Originally posted by YZF150: Take your politics outside, please gentlemen. It's difficult enough to avoid the vitriolic namecalling and personal attack that has become the modern substitute for rational discourse and principled debate. Please don't bring that to this website.
quote:Castrol is more than capable of producing their own oils, so I seriously doubt they farm out the SLX production to another company. For whatever reason, they have chosen this particular florescent-type green to ID this oil. Plenty of other companies use greens of varrying shades to ID their oils. Kendall used to for the GT-1 (it was PURE green, where the Castrol is sort of an amber-green), and Schaeffer dyes their oils green.
Originally posted by Chris Jefferson: No, (holy crap i cant believe i just disagreed w/ MolaKule) I think its green because the actual oil itself is prolly made by the german oil company Aral and is a colour coding thing.