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Old 04-11-2019, 09:53 AM   #121
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Why that? I think it'd be perfect... you could fill the trunk with potatoes wired up to constantly recharge the battery. You'd never need to stop at a charging station. It's fool proof!

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with China's super fruit it's limitless. need super potatos.

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Potato's might not solve the energy crisis, but those melons sure could!
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Potato's might not solve the energy crisis, but those melons sure could!
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Sure does, and it'll take a lot of carbon to produce the electricity.

Still, it might somehow be more efficient overall. And having a vehicle with less internal moving parts could be a plus.

I agree with this statement. Yet green energy could be the best thing in the market right now. You get a better customer friendly service and one very vital thing to keep in mind is that: By using green energy suppliers you keep the environment safe, that way you will have a better sleep at nigh knowing you've helped the world. Surely, there are a lot of things to be discussed. Found some interesting green energy article that might be worth reading. Just taking a look at it and it seems worth the time.

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