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September 22, 2007

The Veggie Van

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Westchester County bureaufools are putting taxpayers' money to work by tooling around New York City's northern suburbs in a "Veggie Van" that runs on used cooking oil. Inside the van, citizens can watch DVDs hyping the global warming hoax, and collect propaganda on the alleged benefits of alternative fuels.

Soon more county vehicles will be running on restaurant waste. It's not a novel concept: deranged Hollyweird moonbat Daryl Hannah is known to putter around in such a vehicle. Here's Daryl being extracted from somebody else's tree by authorities:

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Maybe we could keep her out of trouble by putting her in charge of transportation for increasingly moonbat-infested Westchester County.

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at September 22, 2007 1:27 PM

Comments

There was a story on the news last night, that a lunchbox handed out to schoolchildren in California, advertising the healthy benefits of fruits and vegetables, had to be recalled because of lead coating the inside of the Chinese made item!
Now them's good eats!

Posted by: alacrityfitzhugh at September 22, 2007 2:09 PM

I'll be the first to agree about the whole global warming swindle, but there's nothing wrong with trying to do one's bit. I'd rather see her driving around in a car that runs on fat, then having to park next to a hideous hummer.

Posted by: Incognito at September 22, 2007 6:55 PM

I don't have any problem with vehicles running on used vegi oil (anything to get us off of foriegn oil) but when they're touring the country lying about global warming being the fault of humans that's when I get PO'd. They should be teaching about the technology and show people how to make it at home instead of spreading half truths and lies...

Posted by: Kerry at September 23, 2007 6:01 AM

Heh.

There's a fellow in SE Wisconsin who owns a number of Culver's restaurant franchises. He installed a conversion kit into his Volkswagen diesel--and now runs on (about) 90% used Culver's cooking oil and 10% diesel. (You have to use the diesel fuel to start the car--after that, it can switch over to veggie oil.)

For him, it's a great deal, because there's a waste-disposal charge he would otherwise pay to someone to haul away the used cooking oil. And, of course, he does not pay Wisconsin's horrendous $0.30/gallon fuel tax.

Posted by: dad29 at September 23, 2007 10:16 AM

The biofuel thing is cute, but does anyone really think that it can make a significant impact on our energy usage? After all, how much used cooking oil is there in the US? We're going to have to eat a whole lot more fries to make any significant tonribution to our dependence on oil.

Posted by: ent at September 23, 2007 12:15 PM