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January 30, 2015

THIS IS WHY WE BELIEVE IN PRIVATE MANURE DIGESTERS

State-financed manure digester plagued by spills, explosion

(Thanks to David Rogers)

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Faux Knews viewers?

This doesn't bode well for the Keystone pipeline.

The first nuclear powered exploding manure spreader.

Don't have a cow, man.

I saw Private Manure Digesters open for Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark.

My father always used to say "She was only the farmer's daughter, but all the horse manure."

I believe I now understand what he meant.

Seems designing a functioning health insurance registration web site is a tough problem just about everywhere. No, wait...

She was only the farmer's daughter but she knew many ways to fertilize,

The whole concept of a state financed manure digester is pretty hard to swallow.

LeDud, I would generally agree. But here in Detroit, the city council bemoaned the potential loss of one of the city's "crown jewels" -- the trash-burning plant -- to private industry. That tells you a lot of what you need to know about the city's decline.

As for the manure digester, maybe they can get some helpful tips from the folks running the fine Dave Barry Lift Station #16.

Manure digester?

Congress?

O,

I think Congress would better characterized as a manure emitter.

I thought this was a federal project run by Joe "Manure Digester" Biden.

"'The assumption was made that since the valves were closed, there would be no methane gas in the tank,' Doll said. 'That was a bad assumption.'"

No shit!

Tex ... Congress produces @ both ends ... I'd fergot that fact ...

Sorry about the memory lapse ...

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