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Friday, December 02, 2022

The shit I would've posted on Facebook

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14 comments:

  1. #4 They vilified people for two years for refusing the jab. Now that what some us knew all along; that the jab isn't safe or effective and some of them even wanted jab refusers rounded up and put in gulags, now they want us to forgive them?

    Yah fuck that and fuck you.

    #5 Ex Twits - Here's some career advice: Learn To Code. Oh and fuck off.

    Nemo

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    1. It is unfortunate that the word "fascist" is tossed around like candy on Halloween. The covid Nazis are exactly the definition of fascist.

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  2. #18- "Yo Mama's so dumb"...
    Priceless.

    #19- 24.9¢ in Freeport, CA in 1973.
    I'll never forget that price. Adjusted for inflation that would be $1.68 today.
    Times have changed, and not for the better.

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    1. Started driving "legally" in '59. 28 cents a gallon then.

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    2. Everything in #19 is acceptable to me.

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    3. I was a pump jockey for a while in 1972 and 1973 in VA. Gas was 19.9 a gallon. Some weekends, the nearest stations would engage in a price war to gain customers and the price would dip to as low as 16.9 a gallon. I fondly recall pumping gas for pretty young women in sun dresses and mini skirts. Service with a smile.

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  3. #19 -- actually that price (48.9 cents/gal -- probably early '70's before the 1974-75 "ABC caused" jump in price) would be equivalent the between $3.25-3.50/ gallon in todays world uplifted for inflation
    I just filled up today for $2.99/gal here in Eastern Tenn

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    1. Unleaded fuel debuted in the 1975 Model Year...

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    2. And I paid $3.99 in Kommiefornia. I'm still behind.

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    3. Cheapest gas I ever bought was in 1968 at a gas station having a "gas war" with the guy across the street. 19.9 cents a gallon. Problem was I drove a '53 Olds 88 and when you floored it you could actually see the gas gauge move toward the "E".

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    4. Same thing going up a hill in a ‘59 Lincoln Continental

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    5. In most of the country, 48.9 cents a gallon might have been the price for one day in late 1973 or early 1974, during the rapid rise from about 35 cents to over a dollar. If it was the price anywhere before the OPEC shock, it would have either been a state with a sky-high gas tax, or a price-gouging rural station next to a "last gas for 100 miles" sign.

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  4. All good ones. --nines

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  5. #6. Never took the flu shot either.

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