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Old 09-28-2008, 11:32 PM   #1
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Sunday, September 28, 2008


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yet another brave first post.
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Old 09-29-2008, 05:32 AM   #3
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At least it's entertaining. I laughed and laughed.
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Old 09-29-2008, 06:50 AM   #4
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Old 09-29-2008, 07:06 AM   #5
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Their chart is wrong. It says the price of gas in 2008 is $4.55 a gallon.

I just paid $3.21 to fill the bike.

I got about 1/3rd of the way down and couldn't read any more about how he's going to give up secrets to fuel savings all while not doing it.
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dk,

you gotta buy the book. otherwise, he wouldn't make any money.

at the bottom, it talks about a book he is selling or (I think) $17.

it will probably tell you to pump up your tires to max sidewall pressure and don't go over 55mph.
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You again? I almost believed in this when I first saw it, 3 years ago. I didn't buy fortunately .
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but if you do buy the book AND BUY IT TODAY!!!!!!!!!! you will get free fuzzy stickers to put on your fuel efficient ride. they are in the shape of ponies and smile faces. they come in pink and purple. with a retail price of $20, its like they are sending you a check to take the stuff.

(we need to leave the little spammer alone) hopefully this thread will be erased soon anyway
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I want pink & purple fuzzy pony stickers to put on my cars.... NOT!

Seriously, pony stickers would do just about as much good as the spammer's book does. Most here are far beyond what is outlined in most books like that.

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I don't know where he came up with some of the gas prices he has listed for previous years, but they sure don't reflect what I remember the price of gas being in '60's. He must be using foreign gas prices. None of the prices he has listed are under a $1. a gallon and I easily remember gas being $0.289 regular price for gas and gas wars with gas as low as $0.119 a gallon. Two gallons now cost more than it use to cost my dad to fill up his car with about a 20 gallon tank. When I bought my first car in 1977 the first fill up it got gas was under $0.60 a gallon. Maybe I should start taking notes from this and other sites I visit and write a book. Then sell it to make my gas money. I seriously doubt he has any information that isn't already listed here.
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