No, that's not my Weblogs, Inc. urine sample. It's biodiesel fuel, and apparently it's possible to make your own and use it in any standard-issue diesel-engined automobile. Biodiesel is traditionally made from soy or vegetable oil, but Damon Toal-Rossi, a guy from Iowa, turns cooking oil donated by a local restaurant into an alterna-fuel that costs him about 41 cents a gallon. Diesel is the new black, by the way, so if you want to get in touch, or get in on the piping hot discussion, investigate the linkage.
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