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by giraffefan  Today

Nope, top 5 most of the day.

by dallfo  Today

I bet that's how I missed it. I would have read and remembered the article if it had made the front page. You are the only person who's mentioned that the article was submitted on Monday. I'm surprised nobody else picked up on that. Have a great day.

by dallfo  Today

Oops. I never saw your article. I don't know how I missed it. Did it make the front page?

by drpepperTX  Jul 30, 2014

Those 3 are just the tip of the iceberg my friend, as of Feb this year the total was 32 companies gone under totaling over $3 Billion taxpayers dollars up in smoke.

by giraffefan  Jul 29, 2014

Not getting as much research done as I would have liked, but a few corrections. From what I was gleaning from wikipedia(yes I know) The majority of the money you mentioned for the 3 bankruptcies were loans or loan guarantees, a fair amount of difference from grants (as is also the case with Ivanpah) And the amounts as of late between the 3 seem to come in about 750 million, not good, but certainly not multi billions. As for the trillions, cost of Iraq, and a large part of the last 40 or so years of involvement in the middle east. Deaths and lost work days due to pollution, especially coal. And of course climate change.

by bearzz  Jul 28, 2014

I read your posts on N4PIP page: You use facts, not emotion. These posts were about capital gains and solar energy. Would you consider being my buddy?

by dallfo  Jul 28, 2014

No problem. Plenty more where that one came from. Great minds think alike. :-) Have a great day.

by dallfo  Jul 28, 2014

Darn, I already had that one ready for tomorrow. Oh well, plenty more where that came from. Good choice. You've been pumped.

by dallfo  Jul 28, 2014

Good morning. You've just been pumped. Have a great day.

by giraffefan  Jul 28, 2014

So according to that definition, how much in subsidies have gone to renewables. And you think the trillions in fringe benefits are fine for big oil?

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