sod wrote: You can't win if you don't play!!
There's plenty of oil off of the shores of the USA in the coastal shelves; there's plenty in Alaska; there's plenty in Saudi Arabia (Americans and Brits found it and then their countries let Saudi Arabia 'nationalize' the wells); there's plenty in the Russian Federation; there's plenty in Iran; there's plenty in Kuwait; and there's plenty in various African and Asian nations as well.dyad wrote:Whoever controls Iraq..controls the Oil !!!
We all need a break from time-to-time. Glad you're back.Ray.Hood wrote:Bought any cool toys lately guys and gals?
Sorry I left, feel kinda stupid now.
Thanks for the heads-up! I checked it out (skipping Guyana, French Guyana, and Suriname - was that wrong?) and it looks like Mexico and USA each produce more oil on a daily basis than Iraq and South America. We don't even have to leave the North American continent.garrett wrote:dont forget about South America, whe it come to where the oil is!!
java wrote:Better than Clancy (and it's real) is Eric Haney's Inside Delta Force: The Story of America's Elite Counterterrorist Unit. Hayney was one of original members of SOF-D. The book is first person, well written, insightful, and gives you pause to wonder about what we're up against out there.
Ghost Soldiers, I presume? Heckuva book.Ray.Hood wrote:Met a few operators in my time. I'll have to look into that.
Clancy is like brain candy. Last good book I read was about WW2.
The Rangers rescued POWs from a Phillipine camp.Killer story.
Anyone read Richard Marcinko?
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