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by ItisAJeepThing  May 15, 2013

Thanks for becoming my newest buddy. Hope that you are in the middle of a great spring week there. Your new buddy, Warren {:-D

by ItisAJeepThing  May 14, 2013

Hi PAridgerunner, Noticed your good comment about oil trains today. Are you a wildlands firefighter? My son is a local firefighter & paramedic. Want to become buddies??? Warren {:-)

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

These are sticky topics in the forums. In other words, they are always at the top of the Pittsburgh Forums. Every GB site has them. The moderators go by GM, CC, etc. You can get a hold of them by sending them a message through the site. I am not an owner of this site just a very involved volunteer user.

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

These rules have been in place for over 5 years. Not reading the forums is not an excuse for not following the rules.

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

Check this thread and the link at the bottom of this thread.

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

People also drive in from Butler and New Castle and those areas are on the state site. I boundary needed to be set and that was what was agreed upon.

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

If the station is located in Indiana, PA then it belongs on the state site. The PGH site boundaries at 30 miles as the crow flies from the Hilton in downtown Pittsburgh.

by scoutmaster  Jan 28, 2010

Indiana, PA belongs on the state site.

by skybiker  Sep 29, 2009

PArdgerunner, Yep we definately agree. I was just sharing my understanding of how it's done. I'm amazed at how few people understand where oil comes from.. I didn't mean to imply we disagreed. If we keep telling the truth maybe eventually hey will get it. You keep telling it like it is

by skybiker  Sep 29, 2009

PArdgerunner, Not to be contrary, but oil is being produced in molten Fumaroles deep in the Ocean Floor. Deep diving bathyspheres found petroleum products bubbling up out of fissures 12000 feet deep. Tremendous heat and pressure is actually cracking the molten minerals into liquid crude oil. Then the newly formed oil under pressure seeps through cracks and fissures in the crust up into voids we call oil fields. Texas fields that were pumped empty back in the 70's and capped have been reopened and found to be refilling and contain oil. So the earth is renewing itself as we speak

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