Willie Nelson's new gig: Biodiesel

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Originally posted by Bob Woods: He may be a better song writer then he is a singer, but most important of all he's a real survivor.
The few notes Uncle Willy does sing are very well done:) There's nothing wrong with his singing.
 

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I love Willie's singing! I am also a customer of Carl's Corner. Great stop on I35 just north of Hillsboro. Population......94
 
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Originally posted by lcd: I love Willie's singing! I am also a customer of Carl's Corner. Great stop on I35 just north of Hillsboro. Population......94
a big resounding me too! Well on a recent trip to Austin with the elder we did not take my truck and instead used the volvo. So I took along a diesel can and stopped on the way back and filled it up. Was disapointed that all that they had was B20 though , really wanted to get the B100 since i just had the jug. Since after putting my tank probably ended up wiht B5, didn't notice any difference but at least didn't have to use any other additives with that tank.
 
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He needs to add some home grown LC20 and FP60 from Otis and the boys - sort of a Texas special cocktail... [Wink] Q: What has fifty pairs of ears and ten teeth? A: The FRONT row at a Willie Nelson concert... [Smile] Tooslick
 
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Groucho, that's what happened in England. The price of diesel hit the price of vegetable oil at the supermarket...then bingo, people filled up at the supermarket.
 
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Originally posted by Shannow: Groucho, that's what happened in England. The price of diesel hit the price of vegetable oil at the supermarket...then bingo, people filled up at the supermarket.
Agree with you guys. What a rip. I think the oil companies are playing with us to see just how much we will pay without collapsing the economy. There is absolutely no excuse for gas prices raising 11 cents (in Richmond, VA area) overnight. I'm all for biodiesel. FWIW I will never own another gas guzzler again even if the gas prices go down.
 
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Originally posted by Tosh: Me three: I'm really looking forward to a non-VW diesel. Too bad Toyota and Honda think America needs hybrids.
Supposedly Honda will bring us one in 2007, when we finally have ULSD. Have you seen the new Jeep Libery CRD? 2.8 litre I-4 Common Rail Direct Injection Turbo Diesel. Wille has two new websites: http://www.biowillie.com & http://www.wnbiodiesel.com Wille gets his BD from http://www.distributiondrive.com . Here in Texas, Distribution Drive also sells BD under another name - http://www.dfwbiodiesel.com Last time I bought BD, B20 was $2.20 and B100 was $2.75
 
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