The E-Fuel MicroFueler supposedly produces organic fuel for about two-thirds the cost of gasoline, and can be operated safely in homes and businesses using such carbohydrate waste products as used beer yeast.
Of course, the whole purpose of this item is to make snarky comments about some of the so-called “green celebrities” who graced the “green carpet” at Ursitti’s house. Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, the famous warring couple from the MTV series “The Hills,” made the scene, as did Corey Feldman. Oh, and there was former NFL running back Chuck Muncie, who was a great player but hasn’t strapped on the cleats since 1984.
Is this is the best that Ursitti could do? After all, he’s the founder of an impressive 20-acre film production complex in downtown L.A. called the L.A. Center Studios.