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by LanguageMan1  May 02, 2014

You're quite welcome bud. I don't always have time to say things to people though; especially when I'm working or out looking for work. It's been raining today, and I'm not about to get soaked. It's hard enough being homeless, but to get wet on top of it all makes it so miserable because it's hard to keep clean clothes. I'd prefer something in IT again, or anything practically related to computers, but solar or alternative energy, office related [book keeping, accounting, purchasing, HR and what not] along with some automotive would be alright. Not a lot of choices here in the area without a vehicle nor as I'm getting older now. These are gonna by my last few good years to work; and the hands are starting to go on me as well. Not looking good for the long term, but the shorter and near term is looking brighter.

by LanguageMan1  May 02, 2014

"Gas prices are like stock prices.................they will continue to go up regardless of ACTUAL cost/expense ratios. As stock prices are manipulated, so will gas prices be." That's the best statement I've heard out here yet. You understand quite a bit of what I do then, and the people setting the price of the stocks just like those that set the price of the gas or oil or other commodities makes it go up or down. They've manipulated prices for quite a long time.

by DrivingtoMars  Apr 30, 2014

Spring is the season of renewal, and a fine time to "arrive". Longer days and spontaneous frolicking. I suppose I should plant something, or other outdoor activity. Regards.

by SHEP20715  Apr 30, 2014

Welcome aboard, have a very nice week .YB.Shep

by SHEP20715  Apr 29, 2014

Congratulations for being a gas buddy for almost eight years While earning 2.66 MM points. Helping others save money on gas. . Wishing you success in all that you do. Lets be buddies. Thanks. Shep

by DrivingtoMars  Apr 29, 2014

Congrats on your 400 days. Thank you for being a Gasbuddy, and best to you in 2014 and beyond. Regards.

by ItisAJeepThing  Apr 29, 2014

Congratulations on having the tenacity to post for 400 consecutive days! Good luck on reaching your next milestone!!! Warren :-)

by t-w  Mar 22, 2014

"the proof of the pudding is in the tasting" ... thanks for not phrasing the bromide as 'the proof is in the pudding' ... I still appreciate proper spelling/grammar/etc - Tom : )

by JimL1  Mar 15, 2014

Of course, you are correct about the pedestrian being the worse off in any vehicle/pedestrian collision, however, as you agreed;all motor vehicle operators need to know that they are responsible for accidents, no excuses. In my case in Colorado, if I had of waited until the highway department had of plowed the highway my front wheel would not have struck the block of ice dropped off of the truck that I was following up the mountain, too closely at a speed that was unsafe for conditions. I paid my fine and did not and do not object to it.

by JimL1  Mar 15, 2014

We need to go back to the concept that used to exist, at least in Colorado and Pennsylvania and perhaps most places) if a motor vehicle operator had an accident, that operator received a citation for not having the vehicle under control as the law required motor vehicle operator to maintain control over the vehicle at all times, no excuses! By definition if a vehicle had an accident it was not under control of the operator. Sometimes a second ticket was written for driving too fast for conditions, following the same kind of logic. Then we started accepting excuses and drivers no longer had to keep their vehicles under control, everyone else could be found to blame and the motor vehicle operator could get off Scott free. If you do not thing that motor vehicle operators love that, just read all the advice given to the pedestrians on this site.

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