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Good giggly wiggly that's a bunch of money for gas!!! Guess I'll stop complaining for now...
I think gas was about $4/gallon back in the late 80's in Europe. At least you have better public transit. $8 gallon would put me in the poorhouse with my job.
Yeah, but you have to drive those tiny Euro-spec cars. And for the Good Lord's sake, the steering wheel is on the wrong farking side.I'm happy to pay $3+ a gallon to fill up all 23 gallons in the tank of my 5.3 L V8 all-American truck. Hoo-wah!
Would it be too annoying if I mentioned that not only do I not pay for gas, I don't even pump it? (I don't even know where a gas station is in this town)
Holy High Prices Batman!! We need alternative fuels - what a concept. It now costs me $50 to drive to Decorah and back.
You know Audi won't ship the A3 coupe to the U.S.Don't forget, you and all the Europeans get healthcare for your exorbitant gas. Gas was $3.50 a gallon when I left Parma some twenty-two years, but every time I got sick, I didn't have to worry about.
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