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If your stepfather has many natural gas wells on his property in Montana that have been capped off and a few are being used for personal heating how can you make some money off this?


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2005-11-15 05:48:59
2005-11-15 05:48:59

hold a storage tank over the well, open it, fill it, and set a booth up on the hiway and sell it for 1/2 price. tell them its "hot gas" - because you stole it.

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