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General Transport on Facebook

Posted by Zane Hunker on March 29, 2013 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

For General Transport the website will be headquarters and Facebook will be the field office. The benefits there can't be ignored. Photos are easier to upload and swap out. People can also like the page, comment and share it more easily. The look and feel are a bit different, but the dream is the same.

Trees and Plants

Posted by Zane Hunker on March 21, 2013 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

There is much talk in the world about changing our energy dependence from oil to electricity, natural gas, biofuels and other sources. While transportation is a big consumer of fossil fuels, industry, agriculture, electricity generation and heating are also big consumers of that energy, more so collectively than transportation. Though it isn’t responsible for most of the consumption of fossil fuels by itself, transportation presents unique energy challenges through the obvious fact that...

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Long Term, Widespread Prosperity

Posted by Zane Hunker on March 8, 2013 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Wall Street used to be described as the engine of the economy. At one time, investment fostered inovation that then created long term, widespread prosperity. These days, short term gains create prosperity for a dwindling hyper-rich few. Out with innovation, in with consolidation. It's all about how much they can skim off the top. The Wall Street of today is really the sludge that's clogging that engine. Economic activity that was once the child to be nurtured is now the carcas to be devoured....

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Zane's Introduction

Posted by Zane Hunker on February 25, 2013 at 2:40 AM Comments comments (0)

I'd like to welcome everyone to the General Transport blog. For those who I haven't met yet, my name is Zane. Among other things I'm the founder of General Transport. For me, this is more than just a company, it's many things, it's my past story, my present passion and a big part of my future legacy. Through my child and teen years I was enrolled into, then kicked out of many schools, most of them were more like institutions. I had no friends, but I made up for it with imagination. I had a bi...

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