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RE: Oil prices go absolutely nuts, stock market tanks

You can as long as you are bonded have a Lic and
pay the proper Fed & State fees.

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You can as long as you are bonded have a Lic and
pay the proper Fed & State fees.
And that really answers it. Not.
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so you do have a license to mfg bio-fuel
and you are paying the proper fed & state fees
to run it on our roadways
hey Einstein, maybe you ought to edumacate yourself before you start accusing people of breaking the law.
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An exclusion from tax on the "blended taxable fuel" mixture is provided in Treasury Regulations section 48.4081-1(c)(1)(ii) for minor blending if: during any calendar quarter the removal or sale of the mixture in aggregate by the blender is less than 400 gallons. PLease, visit our web site at www.irs.gov, go to the link for publications/forms to download Form 720 and publication 510.
Fuck off.

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Fuck off.

Its about damn time somebody got to the point in one of these threads!

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so you do have a license to mfg bio-fuel
and you are paying the proper fed & state fees
to run it on our roadways
hey Einstein, maybe you ought to edumacate yourself before you start accusing people of breaking the law.
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An exclusion from tax on the "blended taxable fuel" mixture is provided in Treasury Regulations section 48.4081-1(c)(1)(ii) for minor blending if: during any calendar quarter the removal or sale of the mixture in aggregate by the blender is less than 400 gallons. PLease, visit our web site at www.irs.gov, go to the link for publications/forms to download Form 720 and publication 510.
Fuck off.
I thought you wanted Colo LAWS Fool
That is Federal moron
If you want to use that fed regulation as your defense then you still have to
be licensed and bonded. As a Blender or Enterer.
ARE YOU?
If you are Do follow all OHSA Rules of Procedure regulations for HAZMAT?

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I hate to throw fuel in the biodiesel fire but, (and this is not a jab but a real question) What is the difference between making your own fuel and making your own corn whiskey? Is it because it's only for personal use?
There isn't. Homebrewers can make 1600 gallons per year tax free. And in Colorado, alternative fuels are exempt from all road taxes.

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I hate to throw fuel in the biodiesel fire but, (and this is not a jab but a real question) What is the difference between making your own fuel and making your own corn whiskey? Is it because it's only for personal use?
There isn't. Homebrewers can make 1600 gallons per year tax free. And in Colorado, alternative fuels are exempt from all road taxes.
1600 gallons of HARD LIQOUR??? My God...... Did Otis Campbell move to Vail?

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I hate to throw fuel in the biodiesel fire but, (and this is not a jab but a real question) What is the difference between making your own fuel and making your own corn whiskey? Is it because it's only for personal use?
There isn't. Homebrewers can make 1600 gallons per year tax free. And in Colorado, alternative fuels are exempt from all road taxes.
Wrong again, no limit qty on alcahol brewing in CO
as long as it is not sold, No taxes No Lic.
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I hate to throw fuel in the biodiesel fire but, (and this is not a jab but a real question) What is the difference between making your own fuel and making your own corn whiskey? Is it because it's only for personal use?
There isn't. Homebrewers can make 1600 gallons per year tax free. And in Colorado, alternative fuels are exempt from all road taxes.
Wrong again, no limit qty on alcahol brewing in CO
as long as it is not sold, No taxes No Lic.
I was talking about homebrewed biodiesel, idiot.

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Don't believe what you read on a web page

You getting this info from alt fuel site that is wrong
Call 303-205-8205 for info then eat your puck fool
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