Will you soon be making your own fuel from the leftovers of beer and wine companies? That’s the idea behind the E-Fuel MicroFueler, the first of which was installed in a Pacific Palisades home in June. We question if this is actually going to become a new trend for our Prius-proud friends or if it’s the same hyperbolic marketing that tried to put us on Segways. The Shaq-endorsed system looks like a gas pump and costs $10,000. Speaking with The L.A. Times, the unit’s producer, GreenHouse International Inc., promises giant trucks full of unused wine, beer, soda, and other organic waste will circulate every neighborhood and deliver their contents to your MicroFueler, which will pump clean-burning ethanol into your gas tank. While we certainly want cleaner fuel and less waste, especially of wine and beer, it’s hard to imagine a universal fleet of spiffy trucks bringing unused alcohol to everyone’s house or our complacent neighbors ponying up ten grand for the privilege. We’ll put it in the “believe it when we see it folder” for now and let you know when we spot the first truck.