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...the economy of the United States would completely crumble, and you could be right it might.

It's a forgone conclusion! If one can't see that then they're not looking. There's plenty on this board that aren't looking.... grown men mind you.


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A little late now that we have lost the Right to Vote. Last "Election" if you want to call it that had MASSIVE VOTER FRAUD in 6 key swing states that determined the "Winner". Free Speech is on shaky ground and the Media is nothing more than a Democrat owned propaganda machine. Jimmy Carter started the Department of Education and now we know it was not for better Education but to program the children.
The IRS under Ballsack Obama targeted anyone who opposed him. Biden is hiring 87,000 more IRS agents who do you think they will go after? The CIA and FBI were spying on Trump, trying to get him and slow walking / protecting Biden Crime Family.
I am not going to say anything about the Clinton's because I am not suicidal.

Biden said yesterday he is going to do Executive orders to eliminate the second amendment.

Even some on this very forum still think we still be able to RACE and do not believe that we will be forced to have electric cars. And will still vote Democrat.


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Pretty certain I still have the right to vote. Didn't think of that



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Pretty certain I still have the right to vote. Didn't think of that


You have the Right to vote. Not that it matters in those 6 key swing States they brought in truckloads of ballots after midnight and suddenly Biden "Won". Proving it is not how you vote but who counts the votes. In one state Trump had a 6 to 8% lead at midnight then they "Found" more ballots and Biden got 680,000 votes to Trumps 3200 out of that batch they just "Found". They did not even hide it. Trump won every State in walk in person voting yet lost all mail in votes.
Dead people voted by the millions, nothing to see here folks. Move along.


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"Dunning-Kruger Effect"
-a type of Cognitive bias where people with little expertise or ability assume they have superior expertise or ability. This overestimation occurs as a result of the fact that they do not have enough knowledge to know they don't have enough knowledge.

Before you argue with someone ask yourself, "Is this person mentally mature enough to grasp the concept of a different perspective?" If not there is no point to argue.

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Posts: 3930 | Location: United States of Texas | Registered: April 02, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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After I posted on here gas around here went up to $3.24. I was ready to join the tin foil hat wearing, the sky is falling, we're doomed club. Then today I passed the station and it's back down to $3.22 so all is good. The again the terrorists on the TV said it's going to rain so I really should get worked up about that!
 
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Simple solution, move out of that state! Can't fix the stupidity that runs that state.
 
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Driving 2 rigs across country on way home from fling in Bristol filled up both rigs after going 338 miles...COST us $440.00.

338 freakin miles is nearly 450 bux for the 2 rigs combined, 2 toters with 34 foot trailers...choices, obviously poor choices lmfao.
 
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Just passed a service station here in L.A. with diesel at $6.59. Can't talk now got to fill up before it goes up again!


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We had a family birthday dinner at Lawry's Prime Rib in Beverly HIlls last Monday [not our usual place to eat ] and there was one gas station full of cars filling up at $7.39 a gallon on La Cienega Blvd.!!!!
 
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Love Lawry's. Cost to much in gas to go there!


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My wife collects points at our local Brookshire's grocery store. I was able to use points last week for a nice fuel discount and fill up. 2.27 per gallon. Thanks babe
 
Posts: 229 | Location: Kilgore Texas | Registered: July 15, 2019Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Well Chevron is above 7 for diesel , my place is 6.59.
Texaco (Chev) is 630/650/6.79 for gas…


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Posts: 4428 | Location: Vacaville  | Registered: January 07, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Gas here in Durham NC was $3.21. Diesel $4.19 this morning.
 
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Was in Napa last weekend for a family function. Did not see fuel or gas below $6 a gallon anywhere. We filled the rental for $6.19 a gallon Sunday. Was just in Phoenix on the dyno and it was hovering around $5-5.25 same as here in Vegas


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One good thing about towing hundreds of miles to a Vegas race is saving well over a dollar a gallon for diesel....I keep saying I need to throw a couple of 50gallon barrels in the back of my truck when I go there lol


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One good thing about towing hundreds of miles to a Vegas race is saving well over a dollar a gallon for diesel....I keep saying I need to throw a couple of 50gallon barrels in the back of my truck when I go there lol


Maybe you need to find a place to store your stuff here between races )


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Posts: 979 | Location: Las Vegas, NV | Registered: April 14, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by imakehp:
One good thing about towing hundreds of miles to a Vegas race is saving well over a dollar a gallon for diesel....I keep saying I need to throw a couple of 50gallon barrels in the back of my truck when I go there lol


Maybe you need to find a place to store your stuff here between races )


Al, I've checked around up there and couldn't find decent/acceptable storage for the truck and trailer...Ideal would be indoor storage for the trailer alone and I'd just drive the truck back and forth...even with not towing it's almost a coin flip in cost to fly and leave the truck up there....the indoor storage is mostly for security although the sun can be brutal in Vegas as I'm sure you well know...


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