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April 24, 2009

Blog Guy, I have a medical question. Among all the various ages, ethnicities, ages, races and professions, is there any single group that is most at risk for attention deficit disorders?

Absolutely. Recent studies show that officials in the natural gas field are 32 times more likely to have attention issues. Here are a bunch of those guys simply trying to pose for a group photo at a recent meeting. They can’t even look at a frickin’ camera and say cheese.

Hmmmm. As a person with no medical training and barely a high school education, can you suggest a reason for this?

No, but maybe today’s story on the meeting will shed some light:

SOFIA, April 24 (Reuters) – European governments and gas consumers must now pledge to back the Nabucco gas pipeline if Europe is to reduce its reliance on Russian gas, an energy security conference in Sofia heard on Friday. The Nabucco gas pipeline project to pump gas from the Caspian region via Turkey…

Hey look, there’s something shiny outside that window!

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Participants pose for a family photo during the “Natural Gas for Europe-Security and Partnership” energy summit in Sofia April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Oleg Popov

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great story! love the title

Posted by Nu'man El-Bakri | Report as abusive

“Among all the various ages, ethnicities, ages”… I believe repeating yourself is a sign of some attention deficit disorders.

Posted by naturalgaspro | Report as abusive

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