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VideoFound; Small shaggy dog. Male very friendly. Lhasa mix? Text if he's yours or if you want him. 210 eight 6 7 eight 70 six.
Lost: Black manx cat (no tail), neutered male, medium build, shy, answers to Bear. Reward! 210-635-7560.
Lost: Cats, Gabby is orange and Sammy is white with heart shape on back, missing Oct. 31 off Post Oak Rd., La Vernia, help find them! Call/text 210-315-0266, 210-602-7103.
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Now hiring Day Habilitation Specialist to oversee and run the day habilitation program from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Responsibilities: Prepare/plan weekly activities for person with intellectual disabilities, perform outings, transport, and other duties as assigned. Must be over 18 to apply, good driving record, criminal history background check required, good reading and writing skills, and must be able to work Monday-Friday. Call 210-293-0193.
QA Manager/Chemist, Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry/Chemical Engineering, Food Science or Biology preferred. Laboratory experience and/or experience in quality assessment or control required. Must have proficiency using Windows software and Microsoft applications. Need strong critical thinking skills to assist with analyzing, developing and overseeing quality control procedures. Send resumes Attn: Chris Taylor, fax 210-635-8774, email resumes@vpracingfuels.com, 7124 Richter Road, Elmendorf, TX. 
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sumbeach  
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February 27, 2012 9:39am
 
C'mon folks, talk about "algae" as a biofuel have been around since the 80's. More recently "Peak Oil" and concerns that rapidly growing energy consumption from developing nations like Brazil and India would dry up carbon based fuel supplies re-invigorated interest in "Algae Farms" and thier potential.

Unfortunately, at this point it's no different then a lot of "alternative" energies. The EI to EO ratio's don't make sense. That's Energy In to Energy Out. It's just too expensive to make sense right now. Such programs take decades to develop and even then sometimes fail. Hello Ethanol!!! I'm not saying we as a nation shouldn't pursue this type of alternative; but WE CAN'T COUNT ON IT. It will not and cannot replace carbon based fuels for years to come.

That being said certain algae's produce quite a bit of oil. Up to 50% of their mass can be oil. SO it's an interesting idea.....years away from being useful.

Obama is selling another pipe dream. I wish he and those that voted for him would just PUT DOWN THE PIPE!!!
     
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