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(Ars Technica)   US announces new efforts to ban Mexican food   ( ) divider line
    More: Cool, methane, Mexican food, emission factor, safety hazards, resource extraction, greenhouse gases, greenhouse effect, first floors  
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2014-03-31 03:57:17 PM  
Good, methane reductions tend to have better cost/reward payoff for greenhouse effect reductions.  Leaky natural gas wells, non-total coal burns, easy targets with huge payoffs comparatively.
2014-03-31 04:25:57 PM  
I think I may need a safe house.
2014-03-31 05:24:27 PM  
You'll have to pry this pollo asado burrito from my cold, dead fingers.
2014-03-31 05:45:16 PM  
You touch my borrego or lingua tacos with pickled radishes, and you will lose a limb.

Feel free to take Chipotle and Taco Bell, though.

/BTW subby, according to flatology (real word), the combination of hydrogen, CO2, and methane make up at most 74% of a fart.  A large percentage of farts contain zero methane in many people.
//The odor is usually from sulphur compounds.
///Banning methane emissions from corporate industry is a good idea.

Who smelt it dealt it.  Guilty dogs bark the loudest.
2014-03-31 06:19:50 PM  
They will have my burrito when they pry it out of my cold dead hands.
2014-03-31 06:22:04 PM  
I prefer the term 'Odorous emanations from the amorous back door"
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