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December 01, 2011

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Check out this video...

His honorable Jim Dear speaks with Melissa McGinnis from Greenopolis TV about the 1000th trash truck to be ran off of liquefied natural gas, which services his community of Carson California. This momentous effort helps to keep the air clean by reducing green house gases and carbon, since the harvested gas from landfills burns at a much cleaner rate than regular diesel gas. http://youtu.be/rbhIiwtmUks

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The Purpose Driven Life by Rich Warren fits into a much larger, cosmic purpose that God has designed for eternity.

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