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by JimL1  Oct 23, 2014

I thought that you might enjoy this: "accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed...." I realized that this article, As Oil Prices Fall, Global Tensions Rise" is apparently a bunch of fear mongering and misinformation when I read through to the bottom of the full article where I found; "The information and data in this report were obtained from sources considered reliable. Their accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed...."

by hank1326  Sep 18, 2014

Huge ditto to your post re: the EIA today.

by lgppa  Sep 10, 2014

Care to be buddies? It would be nice to add you as a buddy! Come see my profile page! Thank you for your 9+ years of dedication here on GasBuddy! Have a nice week! Ron

by fuzzyscout  Jul 18, 2014

Your comment concerning driverless cars was on the money. I repeated your comment, and appended this: "streetcars" has it right, and unless he was really slow in school, I am older than he is. It isn't just from the 60s that we get failed predictions. In the 1930s (and, no, I am not that old) predicting the future was a very popular. There seemed to be less of that in the 40s, probably because of the distractions and depression brought about by World War II. Predicting the future became popular again in the decades following the end of WW II and the predictions in the 50s and 60s were mixed with the reports of UFOs, and fads such as "alien sightings" and "alien abduction" stories. There have been startling changes in technology and society over the past 60 years, but few of those changes were predicted by anyone, and most of the changes predicted have never taken place. "You can only predict events after they have happened." -- Eugene Ionesco

by Mudsprings  Jul 16, 2014

I only pump friends. I pumped dallfo and the other two guys on the front page and if Shep and the other guys below had a story I'd pump them, too.

by dallfo  Jul 16, 2014

Good article, interesting video. I pumped and commented on your article.

by SHEP20715  Jun 10, 2014

Congratulations on Earning over 3. million points, fantastic achievement. you are among the few committed buddies, who have really helped others save money on gas, over the years. Enjoy your nice Limo ride. You only get one more new car now. LOL.... I would be honored to be your buddy. Thanks. Shep

by streetcars  May 07, 2014

Thanks for the info currently have backup electronic in toolbox will have to be sure of insulating them from box.

by MaggieMae07  May 06, 2014

PS.. Great car pics!

by MaggieMae07  May 06, 2014

Re:EMP.. be sure to wrap that extra alternator with foil or one of those metallic emergency blankets.. then inside a box or old freezer with cardboard insulating from any metal contact. Nice to know there are SOME people that actually think about these things! Have a good one!

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