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    Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    If we found the people of the Middle East utterly difficult to control and subdue and ended up nuking them, would their oil still work if it was radioactive?

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    Re: Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    >>If we found the people of the Middle East utterly difficult to control and subdue and ended up nuking them, would their oil still work if it was radioactive?<<

    We probably wouldn't need their oil if we didn't have to waste so much on the military war machine----


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    Re: Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rose

    We probably wouldn't need their oil if we didn't have to waste so much on the military war machine----

    Perhaps we could offer these ungrateful Islmaic stirrers gainful employment in Chinese factories, after the Chinese get unionised?

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    Re: Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rose
    >>If we found the people of the Middle East utterly difficult to control and subdue and ended up nuking them, would their oil still work if it was radioactive?<<

    We probably wouldn't need their oil if we didn't have to waste so much on the military war machine----
    Factoid: The USAF is the largest goverment consumer of petroleum products.

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    Re: Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    Quote Originally Posted by robmcg
    If we found the people of the Middle East utterly difficult to control and subdue and ended up nuking them, would their oil still work if it was radioactive?

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    Worried
    Dear Worried,

    Fear not, you car's engine will run perfectly well on radioactive oil products. There might be a slight aura from the exhaust which one might view as an aesthetic embellishment.

    Radioactive motor oil might keep the oil pan warm, too, thus eliminated those tie wasting warm-ups.

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    Re: Would Middle East Oil Still Work If It Was Radioactive?

    >>Perhaps we could offer these ungrateful Islmaic stirrers gainful employment in Chinese factories, after the Chinese get unionised? <<

    I think the Chinese are smarter than that----


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