CRAPVILLE, OHIO Radical Scientist Eiselstein of Crapp University has just released the results of his year long study in the environmental dangers of "Fracking and Crapping." This long awaited study culminated into a new mathematical equation that many in the field touts as equal to the law of relativity by coscientist Einstein. The new formula is E=E+F for fracking and E=E+C for crapping. This breakthough solves the decades debate of whether fracking is equally harmfull to the environment as crapping. In Professor Eiselstein's experiment he studied a fracker and a crapper (from Occupy WS), the fracker fracked and produced energy plus frack fluid, while the crapper crapped and produced energy and crap fluid. Both frack fluid and crap fluid needed to be chemically treated. This scietific breakthru once and for all proves that both fracking and crapping is harmful to the environment.
Sounds like fracking crap.
Holy Crap! We need to build a crapper cracker in Newark. Crap just ain't cracked up to what it used to be. We have been treating crap at treatment plants and dumping in our rivers for years. No wonder things have got so crappy. Think of all the crappy products we could make from the crap. Time to stop tacking crap!
Maybe the gas companies can start fracking with crap. This would solve a lot of fracking and crapping problems. Ron You are definitely right on. You should run for prez. Great Ideas. This country needs you.
Ron, I swear to God that someday I want to drink some beer with you. I believe it would be a very enlightening and interesting evening! A very good laugh indeed!
Anytime Man! If you are in Youngstown sometime stop by The Village Pantry in Poland Village. I can give you the tour of "Youngstown the poorest City in America." We can see what the entitled have done to this once great City, they are busy crapping and producing nothing.
Ron, I actually get to Youngstown a few times a month to visit Los Gallos for some Mexican Food. Won't need a tour, heck I can remember going to Idora Park back in the day as well as the Golden Drumstick for the best chicken you could get back then! Will keep this in mind!