They cook up their own fuel

Enterprising individuals take restaurants’ used frying oil to manufacture biodiesel

…”We like it because it makes us independent and we feel empowered if we can take something that is going to be thrown away and make treasure out of trash,” said Dervaes, 57, who added that there are also political reasons. “We thought it was patriotic to be independent. We don’t need to be dependent on terrorists.”

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MISQUOTED: {Correction} Jules was misquoted, instead of “dependenton terrorists” the quote should read “dependent on foreign sources that are subject to terrorist acts.”

Our first, “I didn’t say that!” moment. Oh well.

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  1. Roger Gray says:

    Rofl! Most will not notice the difference, and it really is, in the end, about spelling the name right. (Grin).