Woody and his hive
Heron in the grotto
Muff and Johnny, Sisyphean television pushers
across the Sabine Street bridge
at the skatepark
cool little spot
Kara came to town from Santa Fe
and Becca had flowers in her hair
(don't pray for rain)
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July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Dealers in the U.S. “cash-for- clunkers” program are disabling trade-in vehicles with a chemical under new rules to prevent those who take the government subsidies from reselling the cars.
Dealers must replace the oil in the “clunker” with two quarts of sodium silicate solution and run the engine, permanently disabling it, according to rules released today by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Washington. Sodium silicate is a substance found in dishwasher detergent and used to seal exhaust leaks in repair shops. The silicate causes the engine’s parts to freeze and ensures it never cruises the highway again.