Kerosene - we used to use that a lot when I was a kid. Part of the distillation tower column.
The first US cars were electric ones, actually.
Later they used steam.
Gasoline came third.
Silly rabbit, the US hasn't used anti-trust law enforcement since Reagan.
Information just wants to be free.
Or at least 1/20th the cost we get overcharged for substandard service in the US while real First World nations get real Internet, real dual boot, and real security.
You can always dual boot the other way and not "tell" the Win side about the removable 2 TB SDD you have.
Mark my words, your state constitution will be changed or overruled shortly.
They tried that before.
SCOTUS upheld our rights.
Sorry, but our state constitution in Washington State is pretty darned clear on that.
You can't record people without a warrant. Or their express permission.
That includes you Google Glassholes.
I am waiting for Tau Day not Pi Day.
You made a punny!
The King County Metro twitter account wished the bus routes 3 and 14 a Happy Pi Day today.
You can probably read about on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website at Seattle PI is my guess.
So, basically, you're paying them $40 to power $100 worth of storage, or a rental per month of
Buying them out takes too long.
I'd recommend forcing the clean war act powers and giving them Do Or Die change orders.
Starting with the ones with lowest efficiency and highest pollution and working down to current EPA air standards.
Set a ten year replacement schedule and expire 10 percent per year.
This would also create US jobs and increase our coal reserves and energy efficiency while reducing pollution.
But that's just my humble opinion.
Quite frankly, you're wasting your time.
Most of the owners of coal stocks intend to hold it.
You'd be better off investing in more efficient coal-burning plants that cause less waste and less pollution, including GHG emissions, from the same unit of coal.
You're also missing that a lot of the country is national and state parks and federal lands (like military) which are forced to lease lands with coal at insanely low rates for mining.
Fix those things. Your money will go farther.
(personally, my carbon impact is about 1/10th of most Americans, so Do More, Whine Less)
You incorrectly fail to realize that is "of declared taxable income" of "that which was not hidden in a tax haven" or "excluded for purposes of a trust" or "excluded from consideration due to being non-taxable farm income".
There's a reason they paid 24 percent of "declared income".
It's because that amount declared is much much smaller than the amount they earned.
Unless they have really stupid tax accountants and tax lawyers.
In which case they should fire them.
of course we cap payments - it's insurance.
When Bernie Madoff steals everything from you, you'll have something.
Go live in Somalia if you want to avoid taxes.
It seems to me you fail to understand how international finance and tax havens work.
Try reading some real business journals sometime, for example, follow the WSJ reporters in the field, the Bloomberg reporting, the Reuters business reporters, and the Economist reporters.
People like you are obsessed with counting the apples when we assign you to count the fruits, ignoring the warehouse full of oranges, lemons, and limes that dwarf the apples that they show you.
Try following the M1, M2 and M3 money supplies and watch as money disappears into tax havens when certain individuals travel there.