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Also, anybody seeing Star Trek tonight?  If so you can go write your review here.

It is also #followfriday on Twitter.  You can follow me @shanevanderhart (follow my ministry @serveouryouth).  You can also follow Coleen at @coleensharp and Eric @EricAlan.  If you have twitter, and would like others to follow you please share it below.

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  1. Good morning,

    Just finished my first cup of coffee so the caffeine hasn't quite kicked in yet. It's a new coffee for me. Mr. Dietrich (of Dietrich's Coffee fame) has a new chain of stores here in Southern CA called Kéan Coffee. He fresh roasts his beans so I picked up a bag of Ethiopia SIdamo. I like Starbuck's version of this (about the only thing I will buy from them) but these were roasted much lighter. Anyway, good coffee. I like it.

    That's my coffee recommendation for today. That's all I've got for you at the moment. Happy Mother's Day to all the ladies out there.

    Happy Friday!

    Twitter: @mayheincrease

  2. That won't make Iowa happy, but it makes sense. I've never been a big fan of ethanol (why turn a food source into fuel?) other than it is cheap here in Iowa.

    Brazilians do ethanol right by using sawgrass.

  3. I think there is a slump in ethanol markets right now (overcapacity issues). One alternate for farmers would be to grow high-yield crops that require fewer inputs (fertilizer, pesticides, fuel for equipment & etc.) for the electric power plants. Electrical efficiency goes down the further you have to transmit it (FWIW – I think major cities should have their own nuke plants — Even the waste heat could be used). Midwestern-grown biomass could fuel midwestern generating stations.

  4. Shameless plug time… I wrote a post about about a week ago about converting 'unused manufacturing' plants in Michigan to wind turbine construction. Living in Michigan, I hear this all the time on the radio and it drives me crazy. Our wonderful Governor is continuously push this notion that if you can build a car, you can build a windmill. It's not that simple.

    Anyhow, the post is not that long, or dry, even though looking back the title might make you think that it is:

    As far as the Star Trek movie, I think we will catch it next weekend to avoid the craziness, and it's going to be a busy weekend..

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